H2IOSC Training: CLARIN Café – Translation Technologies & Workflows for SSH Researchers

As part of its commitment to supporting Open Science and FAIR data practices, the H2IOSC project is promoting an online one-day training focused on the development of machine translation technologies. Organised by CLARIN ERIC and CLARIN-IT, this event directly aligns with the H2IOSC Work Package 8 objectives of providing educators, researchers, and research infrastructure professionals from SSH disciplines with qualified and interdisciplinary training.

This CLARIN Café is designed to share knowledge and expertise on translation technologies from a train-the-trainer perspective. It aims to provide an overview of available open educational resources that can be used in translation technology teaching and learning.

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