A major new CLARIN project started this month. CLARIN-PLUS will run for two years, with the aim of providing a major boost to the construction of the CLARIN infrastructure, by accelerating the development of key central services, and helping to reach out to new countries and new communities of users. 

Key activities include workshops to help with the integration of datasets and tools, and user-focussed workshops on specific academic topics. More information is available online in the CLARIN-PLUS Factsheet.

CLARIN-PLUS is funded by the European Commission as part of the Horizon2020 programme INFRADEV-3-2015.