Training activity: Text editing
NeDiMAH has adopted a flexible and responsive approach to developing activities outside of the Working Group structure which draw together issues related to Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities. Upcoming events include NeDiMAH/Dariah collaborations around NeMO, the NeDiMAH methods ontology; a collaborative workshop with CLARIN: Exploring Historical Sources with Language Technology- Results and Perspectives (The Hague, 8-9 December 2014); and an event in University of Debrecen, Hungary in February 2015- Multi Modal Communication: Resources and Application. An activity relating to the manuscript in the digital age wll take place in April 2015, organised by Lorna Hughes at National Library of Wales. A event investigating potential uses for APIs in Humanities and Social Science research, organised by NeDiMAH in conjuncation with the Europeana Cloud (eCloud) project will take place on 17 December 2014.
In addition to the activities of the named Working Groups and Cross-Team Working Groups, NeDiMAH members have also participated in and organised a variety of additional activities, including short visits, cross-working group meetings and steering committee meetings. In January 2013, Maria Bostenaru-Dan, Romania's representative to the Steering Committee undertook a short visit to Germany to examine architectural heritage protection of the central area of Bucharest- mapping ways of visualisation in GIS and archives (so-called "registries" ot taxonomy/ontology entries).
In late April-early May 2014, NeDiMAH contributed towards the DiXiT event Medieval and Modern Manuscripts in the Digital Age, an intensive course for PhD students on the analysis, description and editing of medieval and modern manuscripts, offered by the School of Advanced Studies under the direction of the Institute of English Studies and King's College London, in collaboration with the Warburg Institute and Cambridge University. 31 students attended the course, of whom 9 received grants for travel and accommodation from NeDiMAH.
In June 2013, NeDiMAH co-chair Susan Schreibman presented a lecture on the History and Future of Digital Humanities and Working Group 6 member Elena Pierazzo gave a lecture entitled Digital Textual Editing at the Digital Humanities Summer School in Bern, Switzerland. The event was well attended, with 84 international participants in addition to the 23 lecturers/speakers. In late June 2013, NeDiMAH contirbuted towards and members participated in the Cultural Heritage Creative Archives and Tools workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark, and a follow-on event at DH 2014 Are we there yet?, both of which will form the basis of a publication on Cultural Heritage and research infrastructures. In addition to the NeDiMAH/ ESF science report, the activities and programme of the approximately two doszen participants were recorded in the workshop blog.
NeDiMAH members took part in the conference on Historical Network Analysis held in Hamburg, Germany in September 2013 and focussed on the use of network analysis in a number of key NeDiMAH interest areas, including information Conceptualisation and Visualisation, Space and Time, Linked Data and Ontological Methods andOverlaps between Network Analysis and the Digital Humanities.
NeDiMAH Steering Committee meetings occur annually and have been held in Dublin, Ireland (2012), Lisbon, Portugal (2013) and Zagreb, Croatia (2014). At these meetings, Working Group Chairs report the activities of their respective groups, and plan with Steering Committee members (including representatives from Romania, France, Denmark, UK, Finland, Croatia, Portugal, Ireland, Norway, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Sweden, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Hungary) activities, publications and budget arrangements for the coming year. Following the Steering Committee meeting in Zagreb, a round table discussion event relating to the work of the network was held at the Croatian National Academy of Sciences to present the work of the network to the nascent digital humanities community in Croatia.
A short visit by Prof. Corina Moldovan and Dr. Irina Drexler to the DH Lab at Debrecen University to discuss the work taking place there under the direction of Prof.
Nowadays, when everything is becoming digital, people are trying to develop the necessary instruments in order to transform real objects into non-material/digital objects.
Our interest in multimodal communication derives from a EU-Hungary joined financed project, HuComTech that has been running at our university since 2009.
The workshop Computing in Humanities was organized by the Institute for Bulgarian Language “Prof.
Following the NeDiMAH Steering Committee meeting, a NeDiMAH round table discussion was hel