Promo Webinar Fiser Wuttke

Date and Time:

Tuesday, 24.04.2018, 01:00-02:00 P.M. CEST (Registration closed)

Short Wrap & Materials of this webinar.

Trainers

Darja Fišer (University of Ljubljana) & Ulrike Wuttke (University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany)

What will this webinar cover?

This webinar is dedicated to the phase of the research life cycle “Develop Research Questions”. It will dive into details of the topic of developing research questions with RIs, especially on finding, working with and contributing data to RI collections, using Virtual Research Environments, and tools. It will show successful examples of how Digital Humanities and eHeritage approaches, in cooperation with relevant Research Infrastructures, lead to innovative research methods and questions. It will also exemplify how to successfully involve the broader public in Digital Humanities and eHeritage research (citizen science). This webinar will cross-link to materials developed within PARTHENOS and by the PARTHENOS Cluster Partners and features “teasers” from several research infrastructures as well as an introduction of the Cultural Heritage Data Reuse Charter.

Learning outcomes:

On successful completion of the Webinar, the participants will be able to:

  • understand how Digital Humanities and eHeritage research infrastructures can be employed successfully in the initial research design
  • have an overview of existing relevant research infrastructures, especially their collections and research communities and how to connect with and through them
  • consider opportunities to involve the broader public in the research design (citizen science).

How to Register

Participation in the online webinar is free, only registration is required via Eventbrite. For questions about the registration process please contact: parthenos-webinars@fh-potsdam.de.

Please Note:

This webinar will be filmed for future use, and made available on the PARTHENOS Training Suite. Participants are not filmed in person, only the chat function of the webinar.

This webinar will be conducted a second time during the European Summer University in Digital Humanities at Leipzig (ESU 2018).


About the trainers:

Darja Fišer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Darja FišerDarja Fišer is Assistant Professor and Chair of the unit for lexicology, terminology and language technologies at the Department of Translation Studies of the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. She teaches courses on corpus linguistics and translation technologies. As a researcher, she is currently active in the fields of computer-mediated communication and lexical semantics using corpus-linguistics methods and natural language processing. She is President of the Slovenian Language Technologies Society, Chair of the FoLLI Steering Committee of the biggest European summer school on language, logic and computation ESSLLI and Director of User Involvement of the European research infrastructure for language resources and technology CLARIN.

Ulrike Wuttke (University of Applied Sciences Potsdam)

Ulrike WuttkeUlrike Wuttke (Doctor of Literature, Universiteit Gent 2012) is a medievalist and textual scholar (Freie Universität Berlin, Universiteit van Amsterdam) with a specialisation in Medieval Dutch Literature. Since completing her PhD, she has worked in the context of Digital (Humanities) Research Infrastructures. She has been the Scientific Coordinator of the AGATE-project (Union of the German Academies of Sciences and Humanities), worked for the Humanities Data Centre (Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities) and the Göttingen eResearch Alliance (Göttingen State and University Library). In the context of both projects she was strongly involved in the general strategic development and in the development of services according to feedback from the community, communication, outreach and training (data management, open access and Digital Humanities). For PARTHENOS she is task leader of “Implementation of the integrated training plan”. She is Deputy Convenor of the Working Group Data Centres of the DHd, Deputy Chief Editor of OpenMethods and member of the DARIAH Working Group DiMPO.


Image Credits:

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