CLARIN makes digital language resources available to scholars, researchers, students and citizen-scientists from all disciplines, especially in the humanities and social sciences, through single sign-on access.
A CLARIN team presented a demonstrator during the EOSC launch event in Vienna on 23 November. The event demonstrates the importance of EOSC for the advancement of research in Europe and introduces the new EOSC Portal.
The EOSC Portal will support CLARIN’s communities of use by enabling easy access to the distributed resources available as FAIR data, by further stimulating the interoperability of data and tools, and by fostering the potential for data reuse and multidisciplinary work. CLARIN will contribute to the EOSC Portal with the integration of the thematic services that will become available through EOSC-hub, including the Virtual Language Observatory that enables the discovery of relevant data and the Switchboard that works as a matchmaker for data and processing tools
See the full video of the CLARIN demo "From language data to insight", featured during the EOSC launch.