The workshop is a free community event – there is no admission fee for participants, but registration is required.
You are encouraged to provide a title for a position statement in your registration form. This is a simple, short statement that summarizes your ideas / technologies / use cases related to Linked Data and Language Technology.
As input to the discussion and the work of the LD4LT group, you may also want to fill in the first LIDER survey.
Under the umbrella of the Lider project and the MutilingualWeb community, the tutorial on Linked Data for Language Technologies aims at building bridges between two communities. Experts in language resources and applications will learn how to work with technical building blocks of linked data (RDF, SPARQL, …); how to build linked data lexicon representations using the LEMON model; and how to integrate natural language processing workflows using the RDF NIF format. The tutorial is part of the LREC 2014 conference. The presenters are key participants in the LIDER projects and in W3C community groups like OntoLex, Best Practices for Multilingual Linked Open Data, and Linked Data for Language Technology.