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  • Digital Curation Unit
    participants that might fall into two categories Humanists and Social Scientists who have no or very little previous experience of using APIs to obtain big data sets but are keen to learn of the potentials approx 10 spaces and Developers who work with Humanities and Social Science themed data sets approx 2 spaces Aims of the workshop We aim to determine the current state of the art of API use the barriers practices and justifications and develop a workflow that non technical as well as technically competent humanists can follow in order to obtain big data sets using web services and APIs In doing so it will bring together researchers from the Humanities and Social Sciences AHSS who have not knowingly used APIs in their research before but are keen to learn new digital methods and software developers who make use of AHSS data Participants will hear of the potential uses of APIs in AHSS research and will take part in a practical session to design an experiment using APIs and web services By the end of the workshop participants will be able to envisage the uses of APIs in their research and perhaps design their own studies using APIs from Cultural Heritage Institutions The outcomes of this workshop will also help the Europeana Cloud project in its continuing developments of and improvements to the Europeana Portal Funding Travel costs and reasonable accommodation costs can be reimbursed by NeDiMAH for a small number of accepted applicants from countries who are currently in the NeDiMAH network You can see a list of those countries here http www nedimah eu Contributing Organisations please note while listed Germany is no longer a contributing country to NeDiMAH If you wish to be considered for this please make this clear in your application How to

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    as a guide and learning tool for the scholarly community working with representatives from DARIAH VCC2 This workshop is aimed at humanities researchers not necessarily digital humanists who would be interested in analyzing and codifying the scholarly activity per se Programme Monday 15th December 09 00 10 00 A presentation by NeMO research team on the current status of the ontology the incorporation of other taxonomies into it and example use cases 10 00 12 00 Elaboration of the use cases of the participants making sure that in the end they are expressed in terms of the ontology thus feeding the knowledge base 12 00 13 00 Lunch 13 00 17 00 Discussion of case studies and modelling exercise Tuesday 16th December 09 00 10 30 Continuation of modelling exercise 10 30 12 00 Consolidation and conclusion Provisional list of proposed speakers participants Lorna Hughes Panos Constantopoulos Costis Dallas Agiati Benardou Stavros Angelis Vayianos Pertsas Susan Schreibman Manfred Thaller Stef Scagliola Ingrida Vosyliute Louise Borek Walter Scholger Elli Mylonas others to be selected via an open call NeMO Background and scientific summary NeMO is an important research project that is bringing together empirical work on scholarly practices carried out by the Digital Curation Unit Athena Research Institute Greece and DARIAH EU the Scholarly Research Activity Model developed by DARIAH GR and the expansion of existing taxonomies of digital humanities methods NeMO will include classifications of scholarly disciplines research techniques procedures research data and resources epistemic information objects projects research actors environments mechanisms tools systems infrastructures It will combine this with empirical evidence of practice drawn from NeDiMAH Working Group activities NeMO will advance significantly the state of the art established by earlier initiatives in the field of digital research methods formal representation work such as manifested in the AHDS digital research methods taxonomy the Oxford methods taxonomy the methods taxonomy ontology currently under development by DARIAH DE as well as the information organization schemes applied in the DHO arts humanities net and DH Commons portals The outcome of the project will be an ontology delivered in both document and machine readable forms and a Web service comprising a database containing the ontology definition and the appropriate functionality to support access to and evolution of the ontology The ontology will be an explicit specification of a shared conceptualization of digital research methods and their context of scholarly use It includes types of objects and or concepts and their properties and relations which can be used to adequately represent the domain of arts and humanities scholarly practice in the digital age The scope of abstract entities encompassed by the methods ontology may include classifications of scholarly disciplines and fields methodologies theoretical approaches research techniques procedures research data and resources epistemic objects research actors as well as research environments mechanisms tools systems services and infrastructures Entities representing particulars such as concrete digital methods research procedures and tools will be defined on the basis of the specification of abstract entities the property slots employed

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    People Projects Publications Events News Search Home Events Towards a Graph of Ancient World Geographical Knowledge Events Archive Towards a Graph of Ancient World Geographical Knowledge Venue Αίθουσα Εκδηλώσεων Κεντρικό Κτίριο Αρτέμιδος 6 Επιδαύρου Original location URL Attachment PDF The

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Chair in Digital Collections National Library of Wales Aberystwyth United Kingdom 4 Overview This workshop aims to bring together leading scholars involved in major digital scholarly infrastructure projects such as DARIAH NeDiMAH Europeana Cloud ARIADNE 3D ICONS EHRI DASISH LARM CLARIN DiRT and DHCommons in dialogue with practising digital humanists Topics to be addressed include cultural heritage and digital media infrastructures tools and services the creation and curation of humanities digital resources social and institutional issues of Digital Humanities infrastructures and finally lessons learnt from the role of digital humanities in pedagogy and academic curricula It will provide an opportunity for humanists to find out about cutting edge developments on major digital infrastructure initiatives in Europe and beyond and to make their views matter on future developments in this field The workshop aims to go beyond a description of project presentations It will seek to provide an analytical framework that could contribute to a critical understanding of the current state of digital infrastructures vis à vis the potential of digital archives tools and services for humanities scholarship by addressing the following questions 1 What are the objectives of each digital infrastructure project and what are its intended users 2 What are the functionalities and outcomes it aims to provide and how do they serve the overarching goal of supporting and transforming humanities research 3 To what extent were the needs of humanities researchers considered and how is the digital humanities research community involved in the project 4 Are there potential synergies and actual collaboration with other infrastructure projects Conversely are there any overlaps 5 What are the main lessons learned from the life of the project so far What are the pitfalls and potential failures and what improvements could be achieved 5 Audience The half day workshop is expected to

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    Events Archive 17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries TPDL Venue Βαλέτα Μάλτα Original location URL The International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries TPDL constitutes a leading scientific forum on digital libraries that brings together researchers developers content providers and users in the field of digital libraries TPDL 2013 the 17th edition of the conference will be organized by University of Malta and it

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    Archive 10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects IPRES 2013 Venue Lisbon Portugal Original location URL The 10th international conference on the preservation of digital objects will be held in Lisbon Portugal from September 2nd to September 6th iPRES

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    Core and Metadata Applications will be held in Lisbon Portugal on September 2 6 2013 DC 2013 will bring together the community of metadata scholars and practitioners to engage in the exchange of knowledge and best practices in developing a sustainable metadata ecosystem DC 2013 will explore questions regarding the persistence maintenance and preservation of metadata and descriptive vocabularies The need for stable representations and descriptions spans all sectors including

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    on Preservation of Digital Objects iPRES2012 in Toronto Canada in October 2012 iPRES2012 will be the ninth in the series of annual international conferences that bring together researchers and practitioners from around the world to explore the latest trends innovations and practices in preserving our digital heritage Digital Preservation and Curation continues to evolve from a niche activity to an established practice and research field that involves many disciplines and

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