CLARIN is happy to announce the 4th CLARIN Annual Conference and calls for the submission of papers.
The 4th CLARIN Annual Conference will be held in Wrocław, Poland. Participants will arrive on Wednesday, October 14, 2015, with committee meetings on Thursday and an opening plenary session on Thursday evening. There will be a full programme of papers, posters and demos on Friday and Saturday, with participants leaving on Sunday. A closed meeting of the Strategic Advisory Board will take place on the Sunday morning.
Participants in CLARINO and users of CLARINO results are encouraged to submit a paper!
The CLARINO metadata workgroup is arranging a project-internal meeting in Bergen on 17 March 2015. The meeting will be devoted to discuss issues regarding the ongoing phase of testing CLARINO’s CMDI profiles and will plan towards publishing our profiles in the Component Registry.
Nasjonalbibliotekets skriftserie Biblioteca Nova har en utgave om Kunnskapsorganisering som inneholder en artikkel om CLARINO skrevet av Oddrun Ohren.
The META magazine (2014 No. 2, p. 25) has an article explaining the Language Analysis Portal (LAP) which is being built at the University of Oslo in the context of the CLARINO project.
CLARIN is working hard on the construction of its infrastructure. To maintain and enhance some of our central services, the CLARIN ERIC is hiring a Java developer and a Drupal/PHP developer. The application deadline is January 26, 2015.
The exact implementation of these positions is quite flexible: ranging from half-time to full-time. The persons in question could work at a CLARIN centre or via the CLARIN ERIC office (Utrecht or Nijmegen).
Steven Krauwer has decided to step down as Executive Director of the CLARIN ERIC at the end of his term. Therefore the CLARIN ERIC is looking for a successor. This vacancy is announced on the CLARIN website and the deadline for applying is now January 6, 2015. Please help us advertise this, and please think about good candidates and encourage them to apply!
The Research Council of Norway has for the first time issued a policy and guidelines for open access to publicly funded research data.
Read the report here. For infrastructure efforts, such as CLARIN, it is an important signal that the Research Council of Norway state that no other restrictions on the use for research purposes should apply than those following from confidentiality, privacy or ethical considerations. Hopefully, the new guidelines will encourage even more researchers to make their data available to the research community.
The CLARINO consortium meeting 2014 was successfully held in Tromsø on Dec. 1–2 with representatives from all consortium members and our important partner, the National Library of Norway.
UNINETT Sigma invites Norwegian researchers to the 1st NorStore Research Data Management training seminar in Oslo on Wednesday 7 January 2015.
Laura Janda informs us that the Tromsø Repository of Language and Linguistics/TROLLing now has a promotional video, explaining why linguists need a place to store and share their data and statistical code.