Info Point

Relevant documents and guidelines

If you are involved or would like to be involved in ELRC activities, this section aims to provide you with useful guidelines and documents to make your work with ELRC and project process more effective and efficient.


Document type

About Access document

Guidelines for CEF generic
services projects

This document is addressed to the consortia members of CEF-funded projects (generic services projects). It is a concise step-by-step guide to contributing language resources through the ELRC-SHARE repository (Section 2). It additionally provides recommendations for the technical and legal validation of language resources, which the CEF generic services projects may wish to adopt (Sections 3 and 4). 


The ELRC White Paper “Sustainable Language Data Sharing to Support Language Equality in Multilingual Europe – Why Language Data Matters” provides an analysis of European practices for sharing language data and the corresponding challenges, as well as clear recommendations for policy-level decision makers on how to overcome these challenges.

White paper


ELRC general flyer

Main facts about ELRC mission and goals.


ELRC Data Protection Notice

The ELRC and all its members are committed to goal- and risk-oriented information privacy and the fundamental right to the protection of personal data. In this data protection policy we inform you about the processing of your personal data when visiting our web site and/or using our services.

ELRC Flyer for Data Collection

Your data matters. Not only to your institution. Your language data can make a difference to hundreds of public service administrations like yours across Europe.


The Resource Collection Guidelines

The term language resources refers to sets of language data and descriptions in machine readable form, including written and spoken corpora, grammars, and terminology databases. The Resource Collection Guidelines provide step by step manual on how to be involved in ELRC initiative and how to contribute language resources for improvement of eTranslation DSI.


The ELRC Workshop FAQ

The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) prepared in this document are based on the actual questions from workshop participants and National Anchor Points raised during the ELRC workshops and LRB meeting. This guide intends to give an overview of typical questions that may be raised during ELRC events and corresponding responses across the different themes.

The ELRC Data Validation Guidelines

“Validation” is understood as the quality control of a Language Resource against a list of relevant criteria. The goal of these guidelines is to provide a methodology for validating donated and crawled data collected within the project.

Reimbursement of TRAVEL COSTS Reimbursement of TRAVEL COSTS Reimbursement form