In this issue: B-centre assessment round 16, Shibboleth security fix, New C-centre, New endpoints, Website migration, Virtual Collection Registry update, Link Checker request
Learn how to obtain and share corpora of speech disorders in a GDPR compliant way during the SSHOC Webinar: Sharing Datasets of Pathological Speech of 14 October
The 2020 Steven Krauwer Award for CLARIN Achievements was awarded to Francesca Frontini and Tomasz Walkowiak for their outstanding contributions toward CLARIN goals.
Visual wrap-up of the first day of CLARIN2020 by artist Jolijn Van Eenooghe from Sketchnote.be
Visual wrap-up of the second day of CLARIN2020 by artist Jolijn Van Eenooghe from Sketchnote.be
Visual wrap-up of the third day of CLARIN2020 by artist Jolijn Van Eenooghe from Sketchnote.be
We invite you to register for the TwinTalks 2 workshop taking place on Tuesday, 20 October 2020
This month CLARIN highlights the literary corpora. These corpora comprise poetry and fictional prose texts, such as novels, short stories and plays.
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: September 2020 here
We are pleased to announce that, as of 1 January 2021, Francesca Frontini will join the CLARIN Board of Directors.
CLARIN ERIC is proud to announce that CLARIN Knowledge Centre for Belarusian text and speech processing (K-BLP) is officially recognized as a CLARIN K-Centre.
The goal of this CLARIN Café is to introduce and familiarize the audience with the CLARIN Infrastructure.
Read all about the virtual CLARIN Annual Conference 2020 (CLARIN2020) in the special edition of the CLARIN Newsflash!
As part of the SSHOC activities, CLARIN is organizing a series of online events to raise awareness about open-source vocabulary hosting and management platforms
Read more about the CLARIN tutorial Voices of the Parliament which has just been published.
Read about the project ParlaMint: Towards Comparable Parliamentary Corpora that CLARIN is currently funding
In the period between 21 September and 15 October 2020 CLARIN will organize a virtual hackathon on COVID-19 related disinformation.
Lund University Humanities Lab is a department for research infrastructure, interdisciplinary research and training. Since 2017, the Lab is a certified CLARIN Knowledge Centre with a special focus on multimodal and sensor-based methods.
Lancaster Summer Schools in Corpus Linguistics offer a week of intensive training in corpus linguistics, in which lectures are combined with practical, hands-on sessions in computer labs.
Watch the Twin Talks 3 video recordings in which Humanities Scholars & Digital Experts present their achievements and share their collaboration experiences.