ENeL’s WG3 concerns innovative e-dictionaries with a focus on the development of digitally born dictionaries. The training school 2016 in Ljubljana (SI), May 17-20, introduced participants, among others, to collecting, analysing, and automatically extracting data from web corpora. Albeit related, the task of processing data from corpora of computer-mediated communication and social media interactions (henceforth referred to as CMC) has been deliberately excluded from the training school’s programme. But we know that “new vocabulary is characteristic for CMC discourse, e.g. ‘funzen’ (an abbreviated variant of the German verb ‘funktionieren’, en.: ‘to function’) or ‘gruscheln’ (verb denoting a function of a German social network platform, most likely a blending of ‘grüßen’, en.: ‘to greet’ and ‘kuscheln’, en.: ‘to cuddle’)” and therefore relevant to WG3; the goal of this STSM is to apply the methods and tools from the training school to CMC data.