Two presentations will be about text (or written resources) and one (our) about the use of spoken resources for their research.
Many scholars working with spoken narratives (oral historians, socio-linguists, antropologists, etc.) may not yet be fully aware of the possibilities that HLT and digital research infrastructures have to offer. Digital research infrastructures should not only be regarded by scholars as convenient ways of gaining and providing access to data (as it mostly is now), but also as means of data preparation and analysis.
The "Sophia workshop" seeks to remedy this limited understanding among scholars by demonstrating parts of the CLARIN and CLARIAH-NL research infrastructures, i.e. the CLARIN Oral History Portal and the CLARIAH Media Suite, which were both developed in the past few years (2015-2018).
|DAY1 (7 Oct)|
|9:00 - 12:00||Intro (Darja & Steven)|
|13:00 - 16:00||Topic 1 (lecture + hands-on session)|
|DAY2 (8 Oct)|
|9:00 - 12:00||Topic 2 (lecture + hands-on session)|
|13:00 - 16:00||Topic 3 (lecture + hands-on session)|
|DAY3 (9 Oct)|
|9:00 - 12:00||Presentations & Discussion (groups present their results from hands-on sessions, in discussion we talk about how to bring CLARIN closer to users-researchers and students):|