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Volume 33, 2020International Conference on ICT enhanced Social Sciences and Humanities (ICTeSSH 2020)
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Creating a learner corpus infrastructure: Experiences from making learner corpora available
1 Eurac Research, Institute for Applied Linguistics 39100 Bolzano Italy
2 CLARIN ERIC 3512 BS Utrecht The Netherlands
3 University of Ljubljana, Department of Translation 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia
4 Department of Knowledge Technologies, Jozef Stefan Institute 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia
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With language resources being collected in many - also small - projects in learner corpus research with considerate amounts of time and ef- fort spent in this activity, making these types of data available in a FAIR way, with standardized and reasoned methods, would contribute substan- tially to the advancement of the field. Additionally, it would answer current demands in transparency, replicability and reusability. In this article, we dis- cuss some of the challenges when making learner corpora FAIR and report from experiences in fulfilling this aim while creating a learner corpus infra- structure at a research institution hosting five different learner corpora.
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