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Call for participation: Application deadline is 14 december 2017

 
 

Find out more about the MIMORE, a search engine for the investigation of morphosyntactic variation in Dutch dialects

 
 
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In this issue: Europeana milestone report, CoreTrustSeal documentation and webinar recording, Language Resource and Tool inventory clean-up, New Service Provider: Glossa, Attribute checker, Fedora user group meeting, Maintenance

 
 

Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: October 2017 here

 
 

Blog post by Daniel Pfurtscheller (Universität Innsbruck) on the workshop titled “How to use TEI for the annotation of CMC and social media resources: a practical introduction”. This workshop, funded as a CLARIN User Involvement Event, was held in association with the 5th Conference on CMC and Social Media Corpora for the Humanities (cmccorpora17) at Eurac Research, Italy.

 
 

Take 70 international young scholars in the digital humanities (DH), 11 different classes taught by experienced experts, a couple of presentations by scholars showing their work from various DH subfields, add a social program with excursions to museums and sites of culture: Voilà. 

 
 

Find out more about the CLARIAH-NL, a project in the Netherlands that is setting up a distributed research infrastructure that provides humanities researchers with access to large collections of digital data and user-friendly processing tools. 

 
 

The Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences (RDJ) is currently soliciting new submissions.

 
 

With France having joined CLARIN ERIC in 2017 as an

 
 

The CLARIN annual conference 2017 took place on 18-20 September at the Hotel Flamenco, Budapest, Hungary. It is the main annual event for those working on the construction and operation of CLARIN infrastructure across Europe, as well as for representatives of the communities of use in the humanities and social sciences.