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CLARIN at the Lancaster University Corpus Linguistics Summer School (27- 30 June 2017)

Corpus Linguistics for Language Studies is aimed at students studying Linguistics or Language studies, who want to develop skills in corpus methods. Sponsored by the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) and UCREL at Lancaster University – one of the world’s leading and longest-established centres for corpus-based research – this summer school was the seventh event in a highly successful series that began in 2011.

One session on the third day was about CLARIN: Infrastructural support for the study and use of language as social and cultural data, where Darja Fišer, CLARIN’s Director of User Involvement introduced the resources and tools for research. Read more about it on Sociolinguini blog here.

Image source: Sociolinguini blog