Tour de CLARIN: A Portrait of CLARIN in Germany  


CLARIN-D at a Glance

We are very happy that this spring CLARIN ERIC will present and portray the German consortium CLARIN-D during the Tour de CLARIN (April-May).


The following blogposts are available (last update May 25, 2020)




Fig. 1: Tour de CLARIN-Tweet, source:



What is it about? 

Tour de CLARIN is a CLARIN ERIC initiative that aims to periodically highlight prominent User Involvement (UI) activities of a particular CLARIN national consortium. The highlights include an interview with one or more prominent researchers who are using the work of national consortium’s infrastructure and can tell us more about their experience with CLARIN in general; one or more use cases that the consortium is particularly proud of and any relevant user involvement activities carried out. Tour de CLARIN helps to increase the visibility of the national consortia, reveal the richness of the CLARIN landscape, and to display the full range of activities throughout the network. The content is disseminated via the CLARIN Newsflashblog posts and Twitter.



Tour de CLARIN Brochures Published 

Other CLARIN consortia have been portrayed already. At the CLARN ERIC's website you can find the download link or you can order a printed brochure. 

Tour de CLARIN, volume I. Edited by Darja Fišer and Jakob Lenardič. November 2018. 

Tour de CLARIN, volume II. Edited by Darja Fišer and Jakob Lenardič. November 2019.




LT for DH: Language Technology Resources and Tools for Digital Humanities Workshop at the COLING 2016

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The Kick-Off-Event of development and expansion of CLARIN-D took place Thursday 3rd of November 2016 and Friday, 4th of November 2016 at the Mediencampus in Leipzig.

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Forum CA3 2016

During the Forum CA3 2016, CLARIN-D presented its tools for accessing, analysing and archiving language resources for research and teaching in humanities and social sciences.

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The CLARIN newslettters from 2011 to 2015 can now be found in the archive.

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