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DARIAH is a pan-European infrastructure for arts and humanities scholars working with computational methods. It supports digital research as well as the teaching of digital research methods.

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  • From Digital Culture to Digital Heritage

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    With the evolution of the digital world, the term ‘digital culture’ has emerged. How does digital culture tie into the idea of heritage, and how does digital heritage emerge? This video lecture discusses the meaning of 'culture' in a historical and digital context, offering an introduction to 'digital culture' and how this is intertwined with digital heritage.
  • Data Journalism and AI: New frontiers in investigation and storytelling

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    Data is now an indispensable part of investigative work and storytelling for journalists and newsrooms. Computational methods and artificial intelligence are making their way to newsrooms more than ever before, and promise to open up new opportunities for journalists, as well as new challenges. This talk provides an overview of how data and Artificial Intelligence can be used in the journalism workflow, investigative reporting and storytelling.
  • How to Learn and Love Digital Text in Four Easy Steps

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    Is ChatGPT unsettling you? Are you annoyed to always land on the same webportal when googling for a specific book? Do you hate it when just the one page you need to consult is nowhere to be found on the internet? This presentation by Anne Baillot is for you!
  • Geographical Text Analysis

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    Geographical Text Analysis (GTA) is a relatively recent development in the approach to studying, analysing, and extracting the content of textual sources that offers a new method for combining techniques from Natural Language Processing (NLP), Corpus Linguistics, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Humanities research. This module offers a step-by-step guide with real data, with a focused interest in querying the geographic nature of textual sources, and analysis of spatial information on a large scale.
    Authors
    • Katherine Bellamy
    • Piraye Hacıgüzeller
    • Rebecca Kahn
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  • Queens of Humanities

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    How do we tell the story of humanities as the essence of understanding humankind in all its aspects and bring it back to the table as an equal partner of science? Seeking an answer to this question, this webinar (delivered as part of the DARIAH Friday Frontiers series) presents the scope and dissemination of the Queens of Humanities campaign that ran in 2022, led by OPERAS-PL. Its purpose was to promote innovative humanistic approaches and show their relevance in today’s world.
  • Mapping Science in Immersive Architectures

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    In this webinar from Friday Frontiers, Dario Rodighiero (University of Groningen) discusses visualisation and representation of scholarly knowledge. This presentation brings science mapping back to its original meaning by widening its context to arts and humanities with the help of design.
  • Tutorial for VOICE 3.0

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    This tutorial explains how to navigate in and use the new VOICE 3.0 Online interface for the Vienna-Oxford International Corpus of English, developed by the VOICE CLARIAH project team and released in September 2021. The tutorial introduces the web interface, explains how to run search queries, apply filters for the creation of sub-corpora and set bookmarks. In addition, it provides short quizzes and links to short videos explaining the design and functions of the VOICE 3.0 interface.
    Authors
    • Marie-Luise Pitzl
    • Stefanie Riegler
    • Ruth Osimk-Teasdale
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  • Has Anyone Cited A Woman?

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    Women have long been under-represented in science, but their output appears to be often under-represented in citations. In this talk, presented as part of the DAIRAH Friday Frontiers webinar series, Sally Wyatt (Maastricht University) addresses how to achieve citational justice.
  • DARIAH-DE Publikator Video Tutorial

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    This video tutorial provides a step-by-step guide through the DARIAH-DE Publikator, a tool that enables its users to upload data(-sets) into the DARIAH-DE Repository and index them with metadata. The tool is part of the larger DARIAH-DE Data Federation Architecture, aiming to support the FAIRification of research data with regards to the research data life cycle.
  • Automating the Process of Dictionary Creation

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    Building upon the material covered in LEX2: Mastering ELEXIS Corpus Tools for Lexicographic Purposes and Lexonomy: Mastering the ELEXIS Dictionary Writing System, this course will focus specifically on the changes in dictionary production after 2000 and the increasing importance of automation and post-editing in lexicography.
    Authors
    • Miloš Jakubiček
    • Vojtěch Kovář
    • Ondřej Matuška
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  • EOSC for Arts and Humanities Scholars

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    As part of the DARIAH Friday Frontiers in-house webinar series, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra and Laure Barbot provide an introduction to EOSC and open science projects for researchers and practitioners working in the Arts and Humanities. They include a brief walk through the EOSC landscape, and how different EOSC projects are working towards ensuring open science for all.
  • Knowledge Design

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    In this lecture from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ADCH-CH), Jeffrey Schnapp outlines the main questions which Knowledge Design is concerned with. Schnapp provides an overview of the current situation of boundaries between libraries, museums, archives, and the classroom becoming growing porous. Additionally, he explores the role of knowledge in Digital Humanities, and which methods and tools are ideal for efficient knowledge extraction.