Teach4DH Program

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Venue: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Dorotheenstraße 24, Room 1.404 (4th floor)
9:30–9:45 Opening: Welcome and introduction
9:45–10:45 Invited Talk
Sabine Bartsch (TU Darmstadt)
10:45–11:15 Coffee Break
11:15–12:45 Session 1: Oral presentations
11:15–11:45 Lessons from a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Natural Language Processing for Digital Humanities
Simon Clematide, Isabel Meraner, Noah Bubenhofer and Martin Volk
11:45–12:15 Teaching Computational Aspects in the Digital Humanities Program at University of Stuttgart – Intentions and Experiences
Gabriel Viehhauser, Sarah Schulz, Nils Reiter, Gerhard Kremer, Roman Klinger and Jonas Kuhn
12:15–12:45 Hands-on: a five day text mining course for humanists and social scientists in R
Gregor Wiedemann and Andreas Niekler
12:45–14:15 Lunch
14:15–15:30 Session 2: Posters and demos
  R-based strategies for DH in English Linguistics: a case study
Nicolas Ballier and Paula Lissón
  LEA - Linguistic Exercises with Annotation tools
Fabian Barteld and Johanna Flick
  Software projects for developing Digital Humanities resources
Thierry Declerck
  Practice Report: A blended learning approach to teaching NLP for a DH public
Gertrud Faaß and Ulrich Heid
  Introducing humanities students to RegEx and XML technologies by means of the tool EXAKT from EXMARaLDA
Anne Ferger
  Challenges in digital literacy in English curriculum
Charles Lam and Catherine Wong
15:30–16:00 Coffee Break
16:00–17:00 Session 3: Oral presentations
16:00–16:30 An intensive and quick course on Natural Language Processing applied to Literary Studies
Borja Navarro-Colorado
16:30–17:00 A Practical Course in Corpus Linguistics
Hannah Kermes and Mihaela Vela
17:00–18:00 Panel and wrap-up
18:00 End
19:00 Workshop dinner
  Location: tba