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#dariahTeach Open Education workshop echoes

Our remember page of the #dariahTeach workshop «Open Education. The Why and How of Digitally Enhanced Learning for Communities of Enablers» has been published. You will find on it a short report, the access to all the slides presentations as well as a storify of some tweets.    
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#dariahTeach in the Dariah Newsletter March 2017

Our team is very proud to have seen the launch of the platform honored in the Dariah March Newsletter. The same newsletter presents the awarded Dariah Public Humanities Grants, and #dariahTeach is here also on the scene, with the workshop “Open Education. The Why and How of Digitally Enhanced Learning for Communities of Enablers”, see
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swissuniversities and Swisscore day – 29 March 2017

On the 29th of March, the University of Teacher Education, State of Vaud (CH), has welcome a day focused about Switzerland, Europe and Teaching, organized in partnership with several Swiss Academic institutions, gathered by Swissuniversities and Swisscore. During the day, Claire Clivaz has presented the Erasmus+ strategic partenariat #dariahTeach, as a good example of research and
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#dariahTeach talks : slides are online

Thank you to all our presenters and participants at the #dariahTeach workshop and conference! Speakers have transmitted their slides to be put online: discover all the new ideas and projects discussed during our 3 days events. #dariahTeach talks in Lausanne: slides
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#dariahTeach launch press release (23 March 2017 5.30pm)

Our #dariahTeach launch press release is circulating on the web. You can find it already on the DARIAH website and on Calenda. Full text below. The #dariahTeach conference is announced on swissuniversities website and on the Unil website. ******************* Launch of the #dariahTeach Teaching Platform for Digital Arts and Humanities 23 March 2017 5.30pm Lausanne,
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Conceptual Modelling – An introduction in five videos

Prof. Panos Constantopoulos, Athena Research and Innovation Center in Information Communication & Knowledge Technologies, introduce you to the world of conceptual modeling in five videos. You can find them on our YouTube #dariahTeach channel: Part 1: Information modelling Part 2: Building conceptual models (a) Part 2: Building conceptual models (b) Part 3: Modelling practice Part 4:
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Ready to discover TEI? Look at our #dariahTeach channel!

Three new videos are available on our YouTube #dariahTeach channel to introduce you to the Text Encoding Initiative. They have been prepared by Prof. Susan Schreibman (University of Maynooth, IE). XML exercise preparation is a short video which will prepare you for completing the Yeats XML exercise. The editor you will learn about in this presentation
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Multimodal Literacies editing tool (eTalk tutorial)

This video tutorial will guide you to install a Virtual Image to edit your own multimodal publications with the eTalk tool. Video and guidelines have been prepared by Claire Clivaz and Martial Sankar (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics & University of Lausanne). You can find the video in our YouTube #dariahTeach channel: https://youtu.be/LZcBJKmOYQM Full explanations about how to build your own eTalk can
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Sound Studies: 4 #dariahTeach tutorial videos

4 new videos are available on the #dariahTeach YouTube channel. The Sound Studies course is ready: #dariahTeach launch is approaching (23.03.17), stay tuned! Dariah Teach Sound Studies Tutorial: How to listen to and upload sound in Radio Aporee: Tutorial for the DariahTeach Sound Studies Course.This tutorial is produced by Jacob Kreutzfeldt as a part of a unit
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#dariahTeach #DHN2017, Gothenburg March 2017

Today has open the second Nordic conference in Digital Humanities, DHN2017, in Gothenburg, Sweden: http://dhn2017.eu/ Marianne Ping Huang (Aarhus University, DK) was presenting on “Digital Humanities Education in DARIAH-EU”, at the first DH Nordic workshop on DH Education. She focussed on sharing educational formats and teaching material, within a global landscape for education. Marianne presented the
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#dariahTeach : Quality Assurance and Dissemination Plan reports

Open Educational Resources are teaching, learning and research materials that make use of tools such as open licensing to permit their free reuse, continuous improvement and repurposing by others for educational purposes. #dariahTeach delivers Open Educational Resources (OER) for integration in courses or for individual learners. #dariahTeach OERs are community developed and assessed, and they
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#dariahTeach: Benchmarking Key Criteria report

#dariahTeach launch is approaching: 23.03 at 5.30pm! Eager to know more about Benchmarking Key Criteria in the project? Read the clever report of our Greek team: WP 2 Visualisation of Benchmarking Key Criteria. Final report 29 July 2016 Agiatis Benardou, Digital Curation Unit, ATHENA R.C. Panos Constantopoulos, Digital Curation Unit, ATHENA R.C. Eliza Papaki, Digital Curation
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New video : Digital Humanities in Practice – Digital Scholarly Editions

Our sixth video in the #dariahTeach series ‘My Digital Humanities in Practice’ featuring Elena Pierazzo, Professor of Italian Studies and Digital Humanities, Université Grenoble Alpes. In this video Elena talks about the process of modelling text arguing that digital editions make scholars think out of the page thus enabling a process of theoretical enquiry and experimentation. She
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Keynote speakers #dariahTeach events, March 2017 in Lausanne

Curious to learn more about our six keynote speakers in Lausanne in March 2017? Look at our events page to discover their short bios and the titles of their lectures: Mark Brown (IE), Darja Fišer (SI and CLARIN), Jeremy Knox (UK), Susan McKinney (NL), Susan Schreibman (IE), Rikke Toft Nørgård (DK) The Open Ressources #dariahTeach conference will happen from Tuesday 23rd
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New video : Digital Humanities in Practice – Mixed Reality and Social Engagement

Our fifth video in the series ‘Digital Humanities in Practice’ is featuring Prof. Tamar Gordon, Associate Professor of Anthropology, School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA). It describes the challenges of augmented reality that “conveys information but also helps us to interpret information”. Mixed reality implies consequently social engagement for Prof. Gordon. You can
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#dariahTeach videos: New ‘My Digital Humanities’ video & Chinese Translation

On the 1st December, #dariahTeach has published two novelties: A new video, the fourth in the series ‘My Digital Humanities’ featuring Roderick Coover (Temple University), Angel D. Nieves (Hamilton College), Kathryn Sutherland (University of Oxford), Marjorie Burghart (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), and Paul Eggert (Loyola University Chicago). A Chinese translation of the video ‘My
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New video : Digital Humanities in Practice – Digital Libraries

Our third video in the series ‘Digital Humanities in Practice’ featuring Dr. Mats Dahlström and Merisa Martinez, Swedish School of Library & Information Science, University of Boras.They draw with conviction the new tasks of libraries in the digital challenges, underlining notably the importance of each national and/or local librarian cultures and the transition from textual to digital objects. You
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#dariahTeach March 2017 events: calls deadline extension

On requests, the #dariahTeach team extends the calls for grants and papers for its March 2017 events in Lausanne until the 25th of November 2016 Call for grants: /teach/index.php/2016/09/23/call-for-six-jun…hanced-education/ Call for papers: /teach/index.php/2016/09/23/call-for-papers-23-24-march-dariahteach-closing-conference/
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New Video: Digital Humanities in Practice – A Feminist Reading

Our second video in the series ‘Digital Humanities in Practice’ featuring Laura Mandell, Professor of English and Director of the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture a Texas A&M University, has been released. Laura defines feminism from a DH perspective arguing for a need to adjust practices so that they are not replicating the sexist infrastructure
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Launch of the first #dariahTeach course: Introduction to Digital Humanities

#dariahTeach is delighted to announce the launch of its first course: Introduction to Digital Humanities. Rather than choose one of the many alternative histories in Digital Humanities or attempt to cover the entirety of the field, the partners of the #dariahTeach consortium adopted multivariant, inclusive, community-based approach to explore the history, practice and people involved
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Call for papers 23-24 March: Open Resources #dariahTeach closing conference

#dariahTeach, an Erasmus+ funded project, invites proposals for papers and presentations for the project’s final closing conference in Lausanne 23-24 March 2017.  Announcement on DARIAH website here. Version en français ci-dessous. #dariahTeach (dariah.eu/teach), an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership,  invites proposals for their final conference to be held at the University of Lausanne on 23-24 March 2017. The goal
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Call for bursaries to attend the #dariahTeach Open Education Workshop

#dariahTeach is pleased to invite proposals from early career researchers to participate at the “Open Education” workshop on digitally enhanced learning, OER and MOOCs, which takes place during the Open Resources #dariahTeach closing conference in March 2017. Announcement on DARIAH website here. Version en français ci-dessous. Digitally enhanced education exists on a global scale and plays
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#dariahTeach @SIB days in Biel (CH), 7-8 June 2016

On the 7th and 8th of June, all the members of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics have joined in Biel for two special days. For the first time, the Digital Humanities were present in such a manifestation with the projects of the Vital-DH team@Vital-IT (Martial Sankar, Sara Schulthess, Ioannis Xenarios, Claire Clivaz; infrastructure support: sysops@vital-it.ch).
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#dariahTeach @ DHd 2016 – Leipzig, 7-11 March

The 3rd International Conference of the association ‘Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum’ (DH in German speaking regions – DHd 2016) took place from March 7-11 2016 at the University of Leipzig. The main theme of DHd 2016 was ‘Modelling – Networking – Visualisation: Digital Humanities as a transdisciplinary research paradigm’. The whole conference, since organized by the association
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#dariahTeach and Europeana Research: Collaboration prospects

Europeana Research organized a two-day Workshop by the title “Using European Infrastructures for Humanities Research: Scoping Content, Tools and Users” at the Athena Research Centre in Athens, on 12 and 13 October 2015. The workshop, which was hosted by the Digital Curation Unit (DCU), involved several key stakeholders of Europeana (Research Infrastructures, projects, e-content experts
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#dariahTeach @ EADH Day 2015 in Madrid, 8th October 2015

#dariahTeach was presented and discussed at the first annual European Association for Digital Humanities Symposium (EADH Day) held at UNED (National University for Distance Education – Open University), and hosted by LINHD in Madrid. The purpose of the EADH Day 2015 was to provide an annual focus for practitioners of Digital Humanities in Europe to network,
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dariahTeach at Europeana Research Workshop for Audio Visuals in DH – Copenhagen Sept 18-19

#dariahTeach was presented and discussed at Europeana Research Workshop for AV in DH, hosted at the Royal Library in Copenhagen. The workshop, held in collaboration with DIGHUMLAB-dk, DARIAH RE and TRE (Transnational Radio Encounters), targeted AV archives and collections, metadata, methods and tools, accessibility and intellectual property rights for transnational collaboration in HE research and
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#dariahTeach Open Humanities workshop, Belgrade, Serbia 8-9 November 2015, call for papers

#dariahTeach is inviting expressions of interest to attend a day-and-a-half workshop on developing open-source teaching materials in the digital arts and humanities, which will be hosted by the Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities at the House of Culture of the Faculty of Media and Communication in Belgrade. The workshop is partly funded by DARIAH-EU’s Open Humanities
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#dariahTeach Showcased at DARIAH-IE Launch – 18th May 2015

Toma Tasovac, leader of the WP3 “Curriculum Development” presented the #dariahTeach project at the official launch of DARIAH Ireland, which took place on May 18th, 2015 at the National University of Ireland in Maynooth. In his presentation, Toma Tasovac, who is also director of the Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities and National Coordinator of DARIAH
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#dariahTeach Presents a Poster at the DH2015 meeting in Sydney -1 July 2015

#dariahTeach recently presented a poster at the annual international meeting in Digital Humanities, DH2015 (Sydney, Austrialia) led by ADHO, the umbrella organisation of DH associations. Claire Clivaz (UNIL, CH) and Stef Scagliola (EUR, NL) presented the poster on behalf of the dariahTeach team. The poster generated a lot of interest with participants keen to learn more about how
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dariahTeach presents at the HERA Transnational Radio Encounters (TRE) conference, Copenhagen, May 28-30 2015

#dariahTeach participated in a workshop focused on how to teach sound and radio in Copenhagen, May 2015.  The workshop was sponsored by the HERA-funded Transnational Radio Encounters. Academic participants included  DIGHUMLAB (Aarhus University), LARM (Copenhagen University),  NL EU-Screen (Utrecht University), Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, London Metropolitan University, and Sunderland University, as well as a number of heritage
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