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UPSKILLS (UPgrading the SKIlls of Linguistics and Language Students), an Erasmus+ partnership project, successfully drew to an end on 31 August 2023.

 

Read here about the L2L project (Francesco Mambrini, Marco Passarotti and Giovanni Moretti), which aimed to connect resources available in CLARIN’s using a lexically-based approach.

 
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In this edition: Deadline Centre Assessment Round approaching, CLARIN technical open hour, 11 September at 11:00 CEST, Two B-centres and two C-centres Receive CoreTrustSeal, Read & Watch, New software releases, FDO Conference: 20 to 22 March 2024 in Berlin

 

Every month, CLARIN publishes a newsflash with an overview of what has been happening at CLARIN, the national consortia, etc. Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: August 2023 here

 

We are pleased to announce that Spain will join CLARIN as full member starting 1 September 2023. Welcome!

 

In July 2023, CLARIN members hosted a workshop titled ‘What can you do with the CLARIN research infrastructure?’, focusing on practical issues in terms of how corpus linguists can benefit from the CLARIN network and infrastructure.

 

Every month, CLARIN publishes a newsflash with an overview of what has been happening at CLARIN, the national consortia, etc. Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: July 2023 now!

 

Read about this project, which aimed to define workflows for semantic change research with CLARIN Resource Families.

 

Many audio and video interviews are long and unstructured, and not easily usable as research data. A team from CLARIN’s Czech node has developed a state-of-the-art system that uses speech recognition and other natural language processing technologies designed specifically for oral history archives

 

Introduction CLARIN (based at the University of Utrecht) is looking to hire a student assistant (on average 0,3 - 0,4 FTE depending on availability) during the period of August-November 2023, with a possible extension after this period. The tasks will focus primarily on the organisation of the

 

The interdisciplinary summer school for PhD candidates and younger researchers ‘The Collaborative Software Development School’ took place from 19-30 June, 2023, at the University of Bergen.

 

From 24 to 26 May 2023, the Arezzo campus of the University of Siena hosted the 23rd International Congress of the Italian Association of Applied Linguistics (AItLA 2023). The topic of the conference was ‘Contexts, Practices and Resources of Multimodal Communication’.

 

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Written by Jurgita Vaičenonienė and Anna Kryvenko Online Seminar ‘Scientific Data about Society in Ukraine’ On 22 May, CLARIN representatives were invited to give a presentation in the online seminar ‘Scientific Data about Society in Ukraine: Ukraine in European Research Infrastructures in the

 

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At a time when Poland is grappling with a conservative push and growing polarisation among its population, political scientists Agata Włodkowska and Joanna Gajda reconstructed and analysed how the notions of sex and gender featured in the 2015 and 2020 Polish presidential election campaigns. Using

 

As of September 2023, the CLARIN European Research Infrastructure Consortium (CLARIN ) will have an opening for the position of member of the Board of Directors (0.2 fte) who will work closely together with the other directors. The appointment will be for a term of two years, with the possibility of prolongation for another term of two years.

 

SSHOC Continues to Build Stronger European SSH Community: Highlights from the 1st SSH Open Cluster Assembly The SSH Research Infrastructures organised a Cluster Assembly on April 24th, 2023, which marked an important milestone since the SSHOC project ended. The event attracted 70 participants from

 

Written by Martin Wynne, Lancaster University, recipient of the CLARIN Resource Families Project Funding initiative. The CLARIN Resource Families (CRF) provide user-friendly overviews of available language resources in the CLARIN infrastructure for researchers from the digital humanities, social

 

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