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1. Language resources

Numerous monolingual and multilingual resources, for well documented and for less documented languages, are developped by the members of the CLARIN-CH community.

✔️Teaching materials

In the left-side menu, search by institution to discover them.

How to share your language resources?

There are several ways in which you can share your language resources within CLARIN-CH and CLARIN communities:

1. If your corpora can be stored in a sustainable and FAIR-compliant manner at your institution, the metadata can be rendered interoperable with the national and CLARIN metadata system. Your corpora will thus be automatically harvested by the CLARIN catalogue - the Virtual Language Observatory (VLO). Get in touch with us to discuss this aspect. Read more about the CLARIN VLO here.

2. If your corpora cannot be stored in a sustainable manner at your institution, include them in the national Linguistic Corpus Platform developed by LiRI. The LCP has a Python backend API for querying corpora and a frontend that connects to this API providing a graphical interface for linguistic research. The release is planned for April 2023. Read more here.

3. Add them on the SSH Open Marketplace, which is a European discovery platform for the Social Sciences and Humanities. The SSH Open Marketplace provides new and contextualised resources for research in SSH: tools, services, training materials, workflows and datasets. Learn more here.

4. Contact us to add them on the CLARIN-CH website and in the CLARIN Resource Families to increase their national and european visibility.The aim of the CLARIN Resource Families initiative is to provide a user-friendly overview per data type of the available language resources in the CLARIN infrastructure. The overviews are meant to facilitate comparative research and the listings are sorted by language. Currently, overviews are available for 15 corpora families, 6 families of lexical resources, and 4 tool families. Discover CLARIN Resource Familiers and learn more here.

2. Expertise

In the CLARIN-CH community, the areas of expertise of our members cover numerous areas such as:

✔️ Applied Linguistics
✔️ Argumentation, Pragmatics, Experimental Pragmatics
✔️ Computational linguistics, Language technology
✔️ Corpus Linguistics
✔️ Dialectology and language variation
✔️ Discourse studies
✔️ (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, etc.) linguistics and philology
✔️ Interactional Linguistics
✔️ Institutional Communication
✔️ Language typology and engendered languages
✔️ Language teaching and didactics
✔️ Language pathologies and speech therapy
✔️ Legal Linguistics
✔️ Lexicography
✔️ Linguistic Anthropology
✔️ Linguistic heritage of Switzerland
✔️ Political Linguistics
✔️ Multimodal communication
✔️ Social multilingualism
✔️ Professional translation and interpretation
✔️ Swiss German Sign Language

In the left-side menu, search by institution to discover them.

3. Research projects

In the CLARIN-CH community, a large variety of research projects using language resources are currently being carried out.

In the left-side menu, search by institution to discover them.

resources/start.txt · Last modified: 2023/03/16 15:10 by Cristina Grisot

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