The South African Centre for Digital Language Resources (SADiLaR) will be hosting the first workshop on Resources for African Indigenous Languages (RAIL) that will be held virtually on 16 May 2020 from 9:00 to 13:00 SAST.
WebLicht is an environment for building and executing chains of natural language processing tools, with integrated capabilities for visualizing and searching the resulting annotations. WebMAUS is a web service for automatic word and phoneme alignment.
The registration for the virtual ParlaCLARIN II workshop is open. It will take place on 11 May from 2 till 4 pm (CEST). Anyone interested in attending the workshop is welcome to join.
The national consortium CLARIN-D has been contributing to the European CLARIN research infrastructure since 2008.
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: April 2020 here
CLARIN is proud to announce that the :EL, the CLARIN Knowledge Centre for for Natural Language Processing in Greece is officially recognized as a CLARIN K-Centre.
Learn more about the CLARIN Café that will be launched in May.
Martin Matthiesen elected as chair of the Standing Committee for CLARIN Technical Centres ( )
CLARIN is happy to announce two funding calls for CLARIN Training Initiatives: the CLARIN Training Suite and the CLARIN Trainer Network programme.
Read the blog post about the K-Centre for Atypical Communication Expertise (ACE ) and its mission is to support researchers engaged in investigating what can be characterised as atypical communication.
Four weekly Q&A sessions to follow up on the SSHOC webinar: CLARIN Hands-on Tutorial on Transcribing Interview Data
This month we highlight the overview of part-of-speech taggers and lemmatizers that the CLARIN infrastructure offers.
CLARIN has an opening for the position of member of the Board of Directors (20% fte) who will work closely together with the other directors. The application deadline is 8 June 2020.
How does the Coronavirus influence the CLARIN infrastructure? The Board of Directors shares some thoughts.
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: March 2020 here
The CLARIN Mobility Grant made it possible for Silvia Calamai (University of Siena) to visit Phonogrammarchiv, the world’s oldest sound archive and CLARIN K-Centre to collaborate with the archive’s experts on long-term preservation of audio-visual data and archival practices (e.g. metadata).
The CLARIN-LV conference: "Digital Latvian Language Resources and Tools in Common Research Infrastructure" raised awareness for CLARIN among Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) researchers in Latvia.
This post provides an update on the content that can be discovered through the Virtual Language Observatory ( ) by highlighting a number of interesting recent additions.