Digital Humanities Summer School 2013

Posted on woensdag 28 augustus 2013

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Digital Humanities Summer School 2013

From 18 to 20 September the KU Leuven is organising a summer school on Digital Humanities. The event is organised by Fred Truyen and from OpenCourseWare Europe Sophie Touze and Willem van Valkenburg are presenting.

New digital evolutions are increasingly affecting humanities research and education since the final quarter of the twentieth century. Online resources, data sets, electronic teaching environments, open access publishing, data visualisation and data capturing have become ubiquitous. Therefore, the KU Leuven Faculty of Arts has consciously chosen to support DH developments as part of its research policy. Following the successful DigHum spring edition, we are pleased to announce a second 2013 Digital Humanities initiative. From 18 to 20 September 2013 a DH Summer School will take place in Leuven (Belgium). The Summer School is organised in association with the Doctoral School of the Humanities and researchers from the UA, VUB and UGent. Three full days of lectures and showcases will be held on Speech and Language Technology for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences (CLARIN), Text editions and E-Publishing/Learning and MOOCs. The detailed programme is now available. In the meantime, we would like to launch a call for poster presentations on these themes.  

More information is available on their website. Attendance is free, but registration is required.

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