The DYLAN project sought to identify the conditions under which Europe's linguistic diversity can be an asset for the development of knowledge and economy. The database gathers the administrative archives of the project, funded under Framework Programme 6 (FP6) of the European Union and involving 20 research institutions in 12 European Countries and ran for five years (2006-2011). It also hosts the research data (audio files, videos, transcriptions of multilingual interactions’ observation) of the University of Lausanne as a partner in this project.
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