Stimulating Knowledge Exchange via Trans-national Access – the ELEXIS Travel Grants as a Lexicographical Use Case

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This paper describes the intermediate outcome of one of the initiatives of the ELEXIS project: Transnational Access. The initiative aims at facilitating interaction between lexicographers/researchers from the EU and associated countries and lexicographical communities throughout Europe by giving out travel grants. Several of the grant holders have visited CLARIN centres, have been acquainted with the CLARIN infrastructure and have used CLARIN tools. The paper reports on the scientific outcome of the visits that have taken place so far: the origin of the grant holders, their level of experience, the kind of research projects the grant holders work with and the outcomes of their visits. Every six months ELEXIS releases a call for grants. So far 23 visits have been granted in total; 13 of these visits have been concludedand the reports of the grant holders are publicly available at the ELEXIS website.
Original languageDanish
Title of host publicationProceedings of CLARIN Annual Conference 2020 : Virtual Edition
EditorsCostanza Navarretta, Maria Eskevich
Number of pages5
Publication date5 Oct 2020
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2020
EventCLARIN Annual Conference 2020 - Virtual
Duration: 5 Oct 20207 Oct 2020
Conference number: 9


ConferenceCLARIN Annual Conference 2020

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