The Digital.Humanites@Oxford Summer School is a five day course from 25th-29th July 2011 based at Wolfson College, Oxford.
It introduces a range of digital research components to researchers, project managers, research assistants, or students working on any kind of project concerned with the creation or management of digital data for the humanities.
Please visit http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/DHSS2011/ for details.
The summer school is a collaboration for Digital.Humanities@Oxford between Oxford University Computing Services (OUCS),Oxford e-Research Centre (OERC), e-Research South, and Wolfson College Digital Research Cluster, under the direction of Sebastian Rahtz and Dr James Cummings at OUCS.
The programme will consist of:
Two parallel streams of morning practical sessions using the well-equipped It teaching facilities at OUCS
Two parallel streams of afternoon workshops at Wolfson College concentrating on techniques and best practice
Guest lectures from Digital Humanities experts about their research projects
Best practice for digital linguistic corpora
Building queryable document-based websites
Creating community collections and digital outreach
Creating digital texts in XML using the TEI
Working with maps
Critical apparatus and digital genetic editions in TEI
Database design for humanities projects
Digital Images for the Humanities
Digital library technologies and best practice
Getting funding: quality, impact, sustainability.
Introduction to copyright and open licensing
Introduction to document/project modelling
Introduction to XML databases
Managing Digital Humanities Projects
Practical RDF modelling and conversion
Publishing XML files using XSLT
RDF querying and visualization
TEI for linking text and facsimiles
Tools for analyzing linguistic corpora
Visualization using jQuery
Working with audio files
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