Netnography is an adaptation of ethnography to the study of digital interactions. In this course, the ethnographic perspective underpinning Netnography is introduced together with the netnographic approach and different types of netnographic material.
Scholarly practice encompasses all scholarly and research-based activities, but also critiques and reflects on those activities
- What are the differences between a data scientist and a corpus linguist? This course provides an overview of the different perspectives on language and different types of tools that can be used for text analytics. It also introduces topic modelling and sentiment analysis as approaches to textual data.
- This webinar introduces the foundations of copyright and offers snapshots on the most relevant topics for academic authors, intermediaries and users, such as copyright flexibilities, exceptions and limitations in the field of cultural heritage access and preservation (digitization, e-lending, orphan and out-of-commerce works), copyright authorship and ownership, law and praxis of academic publishing, commercial and non-commercial licensing, collective management of authors’ rights, with brief references to open access.
- 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.
- In this lecture from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ADCH-CH), Dirk Hovy gives an introduction to the method called embeddings, and showcases several applications of it. Hovy shows how they capture regional variation at an intra- and interlingual level, how they distinguish varieties and linguistic resources, and how they allow for the assessment of changing societal norms and associations.
- This training webinar is dedicated to the GoTriple Pundit Annotation Tool and presents the purpose, functionalities, perspectives and a roadmap of Pundit, including the plan to enlist it as a EOSC service. A researcher demonstrates how Pundit can be used in the SSH research context and a step-by-step guide showcases how to use Pundit from GoTriple and elsewhere, from registering to annotating web documents.
- The training session is dedicated to Visual Data Discovery in the Social Sciences and Humanities and shows how the GoTriple platform will support exploring research topics with visual search. The added value of knowledge maps and streamgraphs for research discovery are also examined.
- This training event from the TRIPLE Project was devoted specifically to FAIR Data in SSH and provided answers to the following questions, among others: How is research data defined in SSH; Why are FAIR principles important for the management of research data in SSH; How can FAIR principles be implemented in SSH.
- This training event from the TRIPLE Project was devoted specifically to the Open Access publishing platform Open Research Europe (ORE) and provided technical details on how ORE works and what benefits it has for researchers.
- Dr. Kristen Schuster presents her ongoing work around unwaged labour and gender biases in the Information Management sector during the Covid-19 Pandemic. In this, she discusses Critical Feminist Theory, Personal Information Spaces (PSIs) and mixed method approaches to research.
- In a keynote lecture at the DARIAH Annual Event 2020, John Unsworth revisited his seminal concept of scholarly primitives as the foundation of research activities across disciplines, theoretical frameworks or eras.