This call aims to acknowledge and showcase the efforts made by teachers, lecturers and trainers throughout the CLARIN network to meet the education needs during the Covid-19 pandemic. Deadline for submission is 15 June 2021.
CLARIN is pleased to welcome Iulianna van der Lek as the new Training and Education Officer.
This month CLARIN highlights the parliamentary corpora, a set of language resources that has a lot of added value for multidisciplinary research and many research perspectives.
In this issue: B-centre assessment round 17, Component Registry upgrade, OAI harvest viewer availability issues resolved, New release of the Language Resource Switchboard, New Centre Registry version, Recommended reading material
How Not to Spill Coffee on Your Tapes. Recap on the CLARIN Café on Best Practices for Preserving Oral Archives
Read the blog post about the CLARIN Café CLARIN Café - How Not to Spill Coffee on Your Tapes. Best Practices for Preserving Oral Archives (recordings are included).
The application deadline is 28 March 2021
One of the most prominent CLARIN-FR resources is the CoLaJE corpus, which pieces together the emergence and development of communication and language in young children, using an interdisciplinary and multimodal approach.
Register for the CLARIN Café devoted specifically to the rights of data subjects in the GDPR!
We are delighted to announce this year's keynote speakers for CLARIN2021: Marco Passarotti and Tomáš Mikolov
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: February 2021 here
Read about the 5th online DELAD workshop held on 27-28 January 2021
The call for Steven Krauwer Awards is open. The nomination deadline is 28 April 2021, 5.00 pm CET
This month CLARIN highlights Parallel corpora. These corpora are central to translation studies and contrastive linguistics.
Read about the 2021 edition of the AIUCD conference titled: "DHs for society: e-quality, participation, rights and values in the digital age
The COCOON platform of CLARIN-FR is aimed at individual researchers and research teams in the humanities and social sciences for the management of their digital oral resources. It combines the functionalities of a data repository, archive and discovery portal.
Applications are welcome until 28 February 2021