Lear more about the CLARIN & SSHOC Vocabulary Initiative
Read about the CLARIN Café on One Infrastructure for Many Languages devoted to CLARIN as a multilingual infrastructure
The deadline for submissions is extended to 30 June 2021
The SAFMORIL K-centre brings together linguists as well as researchers and developers in the area of computational morphology and its application during language processing.
Registration is open for the first UPSKILLS multiplier event, entitled: "Every time I hire a linguist… Emergent tech profiles for linguists, translators and language experts”.
In this edition: Deadlines for the upcoming assessment rounds, New endpoint, Virtual Collection Registry update, Virtual Language Observatory & Harvest Viewer update, New website layout, the Centre Meeting 2021, SSHOC Data Citation workshop
Register now and join the CLARIN Café about ParlaMint on 28 June 2021!
Register for the SSHOC workshop Data Citation in Practice on 15 June
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: May 2021 here
The following interview is about ARCHE, the Austrian B-centre that is run by the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage.
This month CLARIN highlights the spoken corpora. The CLARIN infrastructure offers access to 90 spoken corpora.
Read about the CLARIN Café on Linguistic Linked Data that was specifically devoted to the role that LLD can play in the CLARIN Infrastructure.
Register now and join the discussion on the multilingual dimension of the CLARIN infrastructure on 31 May 2021!
Submit your abstract for the PhD Students Session at CLARIN2021
During this CLARIN Café, the two nodes of CLARIN in the Czech Republic, LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ and The Czech National Corpus, presented their unique expertise in combining data, tools and services.
Due to the corona dynamics the 2021 edition of the CLARIN Annual Conference (CLARIN2021) will once again go virtual.
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: April 2021 here
The CLARIN B-centre ARCHE (A Resource Centre for the Humanities) is central to ACDH-CH’s mission of fostering the change towards the digital paradigm in the humanities.
This month CLARIN highlights the reference corpora. The CLARIN infrastructure offers access to 30 reference corpora for 21 languages.
Register for the SSHOC Speech-to-Text workshop that takes place on 16 April 2021