Træningskurser i Digital Humaniora

tor 28 sep | HUM: KUB Søndre Campus, Karen Blixens Plads 7, 2300 København S
The study group is open for students and staff at UCPH who are interested in learning about how to use the power of the computer as a tool to text analysis as well as learning about issues concerning digital text.
ons 04 okt | HUM: KUB Søndre Campus, Karen Blixens Plads 7, 2300 København S
It's more a rule than an exception that any data that come our way would be messy; whatever is information from library catalogues, census records or statistical data, they would usually be unstructured, incongruous, or full of mistakes. In this intro we would see how and why OpenRefine is a...
ons 11 okt | HUM: KUB Søndre Campus, Karen Blixens Plads 7, 2300 København S
I løbet af workshoppen producerer vi modeller med programmet Photoscan og supercomputeren Abacus. Modellerne publicerer vi online Sketchfab. Slutproduktet bliver digitale modeller, som kan panorere, rotere, zoom ind på og klikke på annoterede områder med forklarende tekst og udgående links.
lør 28 okt | HUM: KUB Søndre Campus, Karen Blixens Plads 7, 2300 København S
lør 28 okt | Københavns Universitetsbibliotek
Arkiv for Dansk Litteratur – webstedet for den klassiske danske litteratur – bliver relanceret i år med nye funktionaliteter. I den anledning vil årets datasprint undersøge, hvordan kan vi stille nye og anderledes spørgsmål til den klassiske danske litteratur – og måske endda besvare dem – ved at...
tor 02 nov | Aarhus
Arts and Humanities have traditionally contributed on a large scale to societal change and public innovation. Today, furthered by the digital transformation, Arts and Humanities have unprecedented opportunities for impacting societal change and the capacity for creative talent. Arts and Humanities...
tir 07 nov | University of Copenhagen, Amager
DIGHUMLAB, a national Digital Humanities Research Infrastructure, invites to a one-day conference, where we will put the digital research within the humanities and social sciences into perspective through two keynote talks. Keynote speakers: ‘Culture Analytics: Challenges for Multi-Scale Study’ by...
ons 08 nov | Aarhus
History & Digital Archives: Production, content and usage  Sean Takats, George Mason University and Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media “From Ephemera to Archive: The New Digital Practices of Historical Research”  Julia Noordegraff, University of Amsterdam "Doing Historiography in...
lør 11 nov | HUM: KUB Søndre Campus, Karen Blixens Plads 7, 2300 København S
lør 11 nov | Københavns Universitetsbibliotek
Arkiv for Dansk Litteratur – webstedet for den klassiske danske litteratur – bliver relanceret i år med nye funktionaliteter. I den anledning vil årets datasprint undersøge, hvordan kan vi stille nye og anderledes spørgsmål til den klassiske danske litteratur – og måske endda besvare dem – ved at...
ons 15 nov | HUM: KUB Søndre Campus, Karen Blixens Plads 7, 2300 København S
It's more a rule than an exception that any data that come our way would be messy; whatever is information from library catalogues, census records or statistical data, they would usually be unstructured, incongruous, or full of mistakes. In this intro we would see how and why OpenRefine is a...
ons 22 nov | KU
The recent explosion in digitized and digital text-media is thoroughly changing the evidential basis for the humanities. While the humanities used to be the principal scientific consumers of text-based data, the majority of text analysis is now performed by 'machines' outside traditional humanistic...
ons 22 nov | CREATE building, Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg
This mini-Conference is targeted at practitioners of qualitative video ethnography and ethnomethodological conversation analysis who are exploring new ways of collecting time-based records of social, material and embodied practices as live-action events in real or virtual worlds. They may also be...
ons 07 Mar | KU
The aim of this course is for PhD students who are engaged with various aspects of contemporary information or data societies to explore historical, conceptual, and cultural aspects of information and data. The present conceptualization of society in terms of big data, information overload, digital...