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SLDR: Speech & Language Data Repository

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Read our single-page presentations http://sldr.org/doc/show/LeSLDR_en.pdf or http://ortolangx.hypotheses.org/sldr and poster (in French) http://sldr.org/doc/show/SLDRposter.pdf

The CRDO project (a Resource Center for the Description of Oral) was initiated in 2006 under the banner of CNRS, the National Center for Scientific Research in France. Now renamed SLDR, this Trusted Data Repository is offering labs and independent scholars a free-of-charge service for the storage, sharing and long-term preservation of speech data and related material in compliance with the OAIS model.

SLDR for speech, and CNRTL for text, are the resources centres from which a French sub-network of CLARIN centres is being built: the ORTOLANG project (programme Investissements d'avenir ANR-11-EQPX-0032). SLDR is already a certified CLARIN-C centre: https://centres.clarin.eu/centre/28

This site is dedicated to SLDR (identity: http://sldr.org/oai-pmh.php?verb=Identify).

Items belonging to four categories are available on the site:

Currently, SLDR (sldr.org) is hosted by INIST. Information packages for long-term preservation are stored on the platform of CINES, an institutional archive beneficiary of the Data Seal of Approval and disseminated via the Huma-Num grid hosted by CC-IN2P3.


Sharing linguistic resources is a comprehensive response to the challenge of bringing together knowledge that has so far been scattered over such diverse domains as descriptive, formal and computational linguistics, literature, translation science, neuroscience and psycholinguistics.

Read SLDR guidelines for the sharing and long-term preservation of oral resources


Features specific to SLDR


Included from reference-documents

Documents de référence / Reference documents

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