Author: Maria Yubero

CLARIN(-IT) for Open Humanities. The European infrastructure for language resources and the FAIR data principles

Valeria Quochi Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale   CLARIN, the European research infrastructure consortium for language resources constitutes one of the drivers for Open Science within the European ecosystem of e-infrastructures for scholars in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Its main goal is to make digital language resources and tools accessible and…
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From Open Access to Open Scholarship: UCL Press as a model for the Future of Scholarly Publishing

Dr Paul Ayris Pro-Vice-Provost (UCL Library Services) Co-Chair, League of European Research Universities (LERU) INFO Adviser to the LIBER Board (Association of European Research Libraries) Chair, Jisc Content Strategy Group UCL Press is the UK’s first fully Open Access University Press, founded in June 2015. The presentation will look at Open Science as defined by the…
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Language use and open, linked data

Monica Barni Vicepresidente Assessore alla Cultura, Università e Ricerca Regione Toscana Many branches of (theoretical or applied) linguistics investigate language (s) in terms of the uses are made of it (them), in different environments, how some kind of non-linguistic reality – that is, dimensions like space, time, class, gender, mother tongue,  education, migrations and other –…
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ARIADNE, the European e-infrastructure for FAIR digital archaeology

Franco Niccolucci Università di Firenze   ARIADNE, an Integrating Activity putting together national infrastructures and aggregating their archaeological datasets started in 2013, has created a registry of about 2,000,000 million datasets, searchable according to place, time, content and other characteristics. With this, it overcomes the fragmentation of archaeological datasets and bypasses the national orders that…
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POSTDATA: Open poetry, open science and linked open data

Luciana Ayciriex  y  Elena González – Blanco POSTDATA Project Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia   POSTDATA Project aims at bridging the digital gap among traditional cultural assets and the growing world of data. It is focused on poetry analysis, classification and publication, applying Digital Humanities methods of academic analysis -such as XML-TEI encoding or…
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Loners, pathfinders or explorers? Emerging community practices and communities of practice in Open Humanities.

Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra  DARIAH-EU The presentation aims to outline discipline-specific, yet widely interoperable models of Open Science emerging from community practices of Humanities. By doing so, it will be shown how DARIAH, a pan-European infrastructure for Arts and Humanities, can contribute to the successful design and implementation of Open Science policy, guidelines and services related to…
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Open Science and Open Data: Twenty years of preserving the bits at the Archaeology Data Service

Julian D Richards Director, Archaeology Data Service, UK Archaeological research is a rather special case in the Digital Humanities: most archaeological research destroys the primary record of the past (through the act of excavation) as part of the research process. Archaeologists have also been early adopters of a wide range of digital technologies (GIS, 3D,…
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Social Networks of the Past: Mapping Hispanic and Lusophone Literary Modernity, 1898-1959

Diana Roig Sanz Universitat Oberta de Catalunya/ Oxford Internet Institute   Data mining and big data approaches are changing the ways in which we create knowledge, access information and preserve our cultural heritage. This talk will present the MapModern project, which applies cutting-edge technology to analyse a neglected aspect of European and non-European social and cultural life of…
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