It allows you to deposit your data, by ensuring that they are stored safely. Anyone can find, use and cite them correctly (bestowing their credits upon you).
It allows you to search for data and tools and to download them easily.
We strongly feel that data should be cited properly to make the citation as easy and consistent as possible.
What is the repository? Which types of data are accepted? Why you should submit your data?
On 1 October 2015 Italy became the 16th Full Member of CLARIN ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium), the governance and coordination body of CLARIN (Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure) at the European level.
The Italian consortium of CLARIN is CLARIN-IT.
The Executing Institution of CLARIN-IT is ILC-CNR, the Institute for Computational Linguistics "A. Zampolli" of the National Research Council of Italy, which was already an active participant in the CLARIN preparatory phase (2008-2011).
The National Coordinator of CLARIN-IT is Monica Monachini, already a Member of the CLARIN Standards Committee.
The Body of Representation of CLARIN-IT is DSU-CNR, the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Cultural Heritage of the National Research Council of Italy.
ILC-CNR has set up ILC4CLARIN, a Metadata Providing Centre of Type C, that is the 1st CLARIN-IT National Centre.
Access to resources and services of ILC-CNR
Third-party resources deposit, as Italian data and tools collector
Access to resources through a Single Sign-On system