CORLI: a linguistic consortium for corpus, language and interaction

author: Christophe Parisse, Laboratoire MoDyCo
published: Oct. 17, 2017,   recorded: September 2017,   views: 1
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CORLI is a consortium of Huma-Num, an organization that helps to organize and provide services for digital humanities in France. CORLI is the consortium for linguistics and includes all aspects of linguistic research and development.As France just joined Clarin as an observer, the objective of our paper is to introduce the consortium CORLI to Clarin; CORLI will act as an interface between Clarin and the scientific community of linguists.The goal of CORLI is to help linguists create, use, and disseminate linguistic corpora and digital tools. CORLI has always maintained a policy of providing funding and technological help to finalize and publish corpora issued from a wide range of institutional or personal research projects. CORLI is also involved in recommending and the circulation of guidelines related to research and technical practices, especially about linguistic corpora. Finally, CORLI organizes workgroups whose goal is to create and moderate networks that target tools and practices in linguistics. These workgroups are organised thematically around topics including metadata, formats,tools and practices for corpus exploration, archiving systems, multimodal practices and annotations. Their goal is to help showcase innovative work and trends undertaken in research labs and to finalize and disseminate current methods and practices in digital humanities research

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