The CLARIN research infrastructure (or simply “CLARIN”) was set up in 2012. Its objective is to make digital language resources from Europe accessible to humanities and social science researchers through a single sign-on.
The survival and development of the Belarusian language has been boosted by the work of the Speech Synthesis and Recognition Laboratory at the United Institute of Informatics Problems of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
Researchers not only need access to relevant scholarly publications, but also to the data sets and the software used to yield the research results. Take a look at the data repository for linguistics, TROLLing. Warning: linguist humour may occur!