Applications are welcome until 28 February 2021


Register now and join the discussion on best practises for preserving oral archives.


The notes of the workshop SSHOC Requirements - Vocabularies and Vocabulary Management Platforms are now available for consultation


Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: January 2021聽here


The Call for Abstracts for CLARIN2021 is extended! You are invited to submit your proposals until 28 April 2021.


This month CLARIN highlights newspaper corpora. Collections of newspapers in digital form are a rich source of information for researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences.


France has been an observer of CLARIN since 2017.聽


This CLARIN Caf茅聽is organized by CLARIN-IT and is part of the virtual AIUCD 2021 conference.


J贸hannes G铆sli J贸nsson is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Iceland. He has used the CLARIN-IS corpora for his research into theoretical syntax.


Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: December 2020聽here


In 2019, CLARIN Iceland was one of the organizers聽of a conference (鈥淓r 铆slenskan g贸冒ur bissness鈥) celebrating the launch of the Icelandic National Language Technology Programme.


We proudly present the CLARIN highlights for 2020! View the holiday card and browse through the links on the ornaments to have a look.


This month CLARIN highlights the multimodal corpora: data collections used to study how two or more modalities interface with one another in human communication.


Register for the DELAD workshop on sharing corpora of Speech with Communication Disorders (CSD) that takes place on 27 and 28 January!


We are very happy to announce that the third volume of the Tour de CLARIN publication is now online.


Takeaways, slides and recordings of the SSHOC webinars series on open-source vocabulary hosting and management platforms鈥嬧嬧嬧嬧嬧 now available鈥.


The Database of Modern Icelandic Inflection (DMII) contains inflectional paradigms and has a vocabulary of 300,000 lemmas with approximately 6.5 million inflectional forms.


IceNLP聽is an open source toolkit for processing and analysing Icelandic text that is available through the CLARIN-IS repository.


Iceland first joined CLARIN as an observer in November 2018, but after a new law was passed by the Icelandic Parliament on European Research Infrastructure Consortia in 2019, it was able to apply for full membership, which was approved in February 2020


Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: November 2020聽here