The DARIAH-EU Annual Event features a series of engaging keynote lectures and interactive sessions, which bring together researchers, technologists, data scientists and cultural heritage professionals. This year's event will focus on the subject of sustainability of research infrastructures.
The conference will bring together researchers who are interested in the collection, organization, processing, analysis and sharing of Computer-mediated communication data (CMC data) for research purposes. We invite submissions on corpus analysis of various types of CMC data for linguistic or applied linguistic purposes and Natural Language Processing. The focus will encompass different CMC genres. These include, but are not limited to, discussion forums, blogs, newsgroups, emails, SMS and WhatsApp, text chats, wiki discussions, social network exchanges (such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin), discussions in multimodal and/or 3D environments (virtual worlds, gaming worlds).
Three exciting researcher positions to be available in the Knowledge Complexity project
DARIAH partners Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD), as well as the Free University of Berlin (FUB) are pleased to announce their recruitment of three linked 12-month researcher positions.
The kick-off for Norwegian University of Science and Technology's initiative in DARIAH-EU is scheduled for Wednesday 18th January 2017, 0830-1200 in Trondheim, Norway. If you have an interest in Digital Humanities, please save the date.
Les profils élaborés et les différentes traces laissées sur Internet dessinent les contours des identités numériques. Du vivant de l’internaute, la gestion de ses identités lui revient, et elle bénéficie de l’encadrement juridique relatif aux données personnelles. Généralement, les droits de la personne s’éteignent avec la mort de celle-ci. Cette journée d'étude internationale, organisée dans le cadre du projet de recherche ENEID, rassemble des chercheurs et chercheuses des sciences de l'information et de la communication, des juristes, ainsi que des experts travaillant en tant que Correspondants informatique et libertés ou dans des autorités nationales de protection des données, pour réfléchir ensemble au sort de ces données personnelles après la mort.
5th European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL 2017)
Workplace Information Literacy being the main theme, ECIL aims to bring together researchers, information professionals, employers, media specialists, educators, policy makers and all other related parties from around the world to exchange knowledge and experience and discuss recent developments and current challenges in both theory and practice.
5th international congress “Sport, doping and society”
The 5th international congress “Sport, doping and society” is organized by the Spanish Agency for Health Protection in Sport (AEPSAD) and the Technical University of Madrid (UPM). Under the theme “Think Clean”, there will be presented the results of scientific researches and new methodologies in the field of doping in sport from the specific perspective of Human and Social Sciences. We believe that this initiative will contribute to identify the factors that influence the use of doping substances and methods. From this knowledge we hope to foster future prevention and doping control and to promote ethical behavior in sport.
This workshop is focused on how new digital pedagogical aspects may be driven by communities, enablers and stakeholders. This event would like to engage in discussions and collaborations with the goal of putting the “why” and “how” of digitally enhanced learning, OER and MOOCs as a public good on the agenda. It is endorsed by ADHO, EADH and Humanistica.
This conference is the closing event of the Erasmus+ project #dariahTeach (23-24 March 2017, Lausanne). It is an event joined to the DARIAH workshop Open Education (22-23 March 2017, Lausanne). Both are endorsed by ADHO, EADH, and Humanistica. #dariahTeach is developing open-source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities.
The theme of this year’s International Open Access Week, to be held October 24-30, will be “Open in Action”. The Belgian universities, with the support of the Royal Library, jointly organize a two-day event titled “Open Science on the move”. As “Open Access” becomes a more and more familiar concept, this event will focus on the broader picture of “Open science” and how to open up all aspects of scientific research.
Edit, manage, publish and explore your TEI data with TextGrid and DARIAH-DE
The workshop will explore two infrastructures, TextGrid and DARIAH-DE, at work, focusing on modeling a “prototype” digital edition starting with a plain text, finishing with a TEI-based online publication. Workshop participants will explore the diversity of the digital research environment TextGrid as well as tools and services of the research infrastructure DARIAH-DE and its possibilities for digital analysis. An introduction on both infrastructures, illustrated by examples from various user scenarios, will be followed by a hands-on session focusing on editing and modelling TEI data, particularly of digital editions, to their publication and exploration. Following these steps, participants will be able to explore the different tools and services to generate, model and publish XML/TEI data guided by TextGrid and DARIAH staff members in small groups according to their own interests and needs. The aim is to create a small digital edition starting with a facsimile and a transcription, enriching data with extended mark-up such as geospatial encoding, and publishing into both the TextGrid Repository and a SADE instance (web portal). The workshop is organized by the German DARIAH member DARIAH-DE.
Information and communication technologies (ICT) are changing the ways people communicate, socialize and collaborate. Understanding the nature and consequences of these new interactions and social transformations is crucial if we want to design and shape a better future where digital technologies become an integral component of our life. The symposium will explore these interactions between society and ICT with a focus on the Humanities. It is organized by Digital Humanities Initiative at Linnaeus University with support from Linnaeus University, DARIAH-EU and Information Engineering Centre.
CIDEHUS: Call for e-book proposals
CIDEHUS (Centro Interdisciplinar de História, Culturas e Sociedades) has one book collection with peer-review: Fontes e Inventários that publishes historical sources editing or inventories of archives and other collections. From now on, once a year, CIDEHUS opens a call for book proposals to general academic community and not only to the members of our research center.
This workshop is the closing event of the ANR Corpus Géomédia project, which has had geographs, media specialists and computer scientists working together since the end of 2012. It reflects the aims of the project, ie. to create a tool to capture RSS feeds concerned with international news for a number of newspapers in the world (French-, English- and Spanish-speaking), before using it to answer some research issues: what is an event? how to explain the sub/over-representation of some spaces or actors? can the flow of information be modelised at global scale?
Industry Practices and Public Interests in Great Britain from the 18th Century to the Present
This conference seeks to bring together specialists of Great Britain from the eighteenth century to the present to explore the complex relationship between copyright and the circulation of knowledge. We welcome case studies that focus on a particular time period as well as papers that show how attitudes and practices have changed over time.
Nouvelles ressources, nouveaux usages, nouveaux défis
Initié aux USA et en Angleterre en 2009, le mouvement d'ouverture des données (open data) consiste, pour une organisation, à rendre accessibles certaines de ses données (transports, météo, santé, marchés publics,...) pour qu’elles soient réutilisables par des entreprises ou des citoyens. Au-delà des enjeux initiaux sur la transparence de l’action publique, l’ouverture des données devient une source d’information importante. En France, par exemple, l’État met à disposition ses données, des start-up construisent des services innovants sur la base de données ouvertes et des acteurs historiques ouvrent leurs données à leur écosystème.
European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL)
Information Literacy in the Inclusive Society being the main theme, European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) aims to bring together researchers, information professionals, media specialists, educators, policy makers, employers and all other related parties from around the world to exchange knowledge and experience and discuss current issues, recent developments, challenges, theories, and good practices.
The inverted pyramid paradigm? Genesis, institutions, strategies and reception
Politique Américaine, a political science journal published in French on US domestic politics and international strategies launches a call for papers for its special issue on: "American Public Diplomacy in the Middle-East: the inverted pyramid paradigm? Genesis, Institutions, Strategies and Receptions". Next to its impact on governments, public diplomacy is seen as a diplomatic practice aiming at directly or indirectly influencing civil societies. It encompasses all "seductive" strategies that a State implements towards the public opinions of another state or region. The growing importance of this idea highlights the necessity for the main players of international relations to maintain a multi-level dialogue with foreign civil societies in order to anticipate political and social developments initiated by other players than the State itself.
Α Time for Inclusion
The 7th International Conference on Information Law aims at the presentation of papers on a variety of subjects within information law and also, information ethics. The conference will host invited presentations and refereed paper presentations. We are interested in papers on intellectual property, data protection, freedom of information, individual rights and information, privacy, cyberlaw and cyberethics, media law and ethics, digital divide and information technology, e-government, surveillance, intellectual freedom, open access, digital divide and other.
Drawing seems nowadays to know unprecedented expansion and to invest all domains of the expression and the communication: book industries, cartoons and animation movies, video games, corporate communication… And we indeed face kind of a paradox: widely present, drawing seems almost impossible to define and some philosophers like Jean-Luc Nancy even invite us to accept the "unthinkable" nature of the drawing. The international conference we organize on June 15th and 16th of this year in the villa Finaly of Firenze (Italy) does not intend to adopt similar position. Without wishing necessarily to produce a definition of the drawing, we intend to progress towards its understanding.
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