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Subject:

CLARIN-PLUS workshop proposal

From:

Martin Wynne <[log in to unmask]>

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Clarin-UK <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 13 Nov 2015 11:43:46 +0000

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Today is the deadline for submitting an expression of interest to host 
and run the CLARIN-PLUS workshop on 'How to reach out to new users'.

I plan to submit a proposal this afternoon (around 4pm), for the 
workshop to to be jointly organized by the CLARIN-UK consortium. The 
following centres have already been in touch to say that they want to be 
involved, so I'll list them in the proposal. We need to list the 
expertise in user outreach which we all have. In this context, this 
experience of working with peopl in disciplines other than linguistics 
and computational linguistics. I've indicated in brackets below a first 
draft of a summary of this expertise. This doesn't need to be 
exhaustive, but we just need to show that we have broad and deep 
experience in this area!

Please let me know if you have any comments, additions or corrections 
(by 4 this afternoon). There is still time for other centres to get 
involved as well - just tell me about the areas you have expertise in.

Draft information for the expression of intererest:

Centre for Corpus Research, University of Birmingham (Literary studies, 
Lexicography, Language teaching and learning)

Centre for Translation Studies, University of Leeds    (Translation 
Studies, Language teaching and learning)

Department of English and Languages, Coventry University (Language 
teaching and learning, Business Studies)

ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to the Social Sciences and UCREL, 
Lancaster University    (Social sciences, Literary studies, History, 
Business Studies, Economics, Healthcare Studies)

Natural Language Processing Group, University of Sheffield (Political 
Science, Environmental Science, History, Classics, Archive and 
Information Science, Criminology, Business Studies, Healthcare Studies, 
Cultural Heritage)

Oxford e-Research Centre, The University of Oxford    (Literary Studies, 
History)

Research Group in Computational Linguistics, University of 
Wolverhampton    (Translation Studies, Healthcare Studies, Language 
teaching and learning)

School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow   (History, Political 
Science, Literary Studies)

School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 
(Ethnography and Anthropology)


Best,
Martin

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