The Danish CLARIN project

The Danish CLARIN consortium (Centre for Danish Language resources and Technology Infrastructure for the Humanities) received a grant of 15 million DKK (appr. 2 million €) from the research infrastructure programme of the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation. The grant was for construction of a Danish research infrastructure for the humanities integrating written, spoken, and visual records into a coherent and systematic digital repository. The project ran from January 2008 until the end of 2010.

The acronym CLARIN stands for Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure. CLARIN is also the name of an EU-project (see which the Danish CLARIN is connected with.

The project is continued in the DigHumLab project, theme 1. Read more at