Presentation and Workshops - 18.12.2017
DARIAH Day is a one day workshop intended to introduce the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) to the linguistic community in Zurich. The workshop will focus on the #dariahTeach platform, which was created through the funding of an ERASMUS+ strategic partnership to test modules for open-source, high-quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities.
- Discover European infrastructures for digital humanities
- Learn the basics of XML / TEI
- Find out how to use the Multimodal Literacies eTalk tool
Participation is free of charge, but please send us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, if you intend to participate. Please specify the session(s) that you will attend. While the topics may be of particular interest to students and researchers of linguistic fields, participants from other fields are welcome as well!
*More information, regarding the location and what you will need to bring to the workshops will follow shortly.*
Martin Volk (Institute of Computational Linguistics)
Tanja Samardžić (URPP Language and Space)
Wolfgang Kesselheim (URPP Language and Space)
Michaela Hnizda (Zurich Competence Center for Linguistics)
10:15h to 12:00h - The Benefits of DARIAH, DARIAH and CLARIN
Presentation by Frank Fischer, Darja Fišer, Claire Clivaz, and Toma Tasovac
12:00h to 13:00h - Lunch Break
13:00h to 16:00h - Parallel Workshops
W1: XML and TEI (Toma Tasovac)
- Introduction to XML, xpath, validation, well-formedness, XML schemas
- Practical exercise with an XML editor
- Introduction to TEI
W2: Multimodal Literacy (Claire Clivaz)
- Introduction to the world of digital multimodal literacies through history, examples, experiments and editing tools
- Tutorial on how to build your own multimodal editing tool (eTalk)
About the guest speakers
Claire Clivaz is currently Head of Digital Enhanced Learning at the Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics (SIB). She leads interdisciplinary projects at the crossroad of the New Testament and the Digital Humanities, such as the project etalks, a multimedia digital editing tool (etalk.vital-it.ch), or a Swiss National Fund on a digital trilingual New Testament manuscript (humarec.org). She is member of a strategic partenariat Erasmus+ in DH with six other partner countries (dariah.eu/teach ; teach.dariah.eu) and of a H2020 research infrastructure project DESIR, lead by the ERIC DARIAH.
Toma Tasovac is Director of the Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities (BCDH), National Coordinator of DARIAH-RS and Chair of the National Coordinators’ Committee at DARIAH-EU. His areas of interest include lexicography, data modeling, TEI, digital editions and research infrastructures. Toma serves on the Advisory Board of Europeana Research and CLARIN-DE/DARIAH-DE Technical Board.
Darja Fišer is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, currently active in the fields of computer-mediated communication and lexical semantics using corpus-linguistics methods and natural language processing. She is Director of User Involvement at CLARIN ERIC, Chair of the Steering Committee of the European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information and President of the Slovenian Language Technologies Society.
|Frank Fischer is currently Associate Professor for Digital Humanities at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow and co-director of DARIAH-EU. He studied Computer Science, German Literature, and Spanish Philology in Leipzig and London and is an Ancien Pensionnaire de l'École Normale Supérieure in Paris. He received his PhD from the University of Jena for his study on the dramatic works of Joachim Wilhelm von Brawe and their contemporary translations into Russian, Danish, and French.||