Schedule

SCHEDULE 

Short workshops (5 hrs) are marked in blue. Long workshops (10hrs) are marked in green.  

Thurs 2 May Fri 3 May Sat 4 May Sun 5 May
8:15-8:45

Registration
(Engineering Lecture Hall (ELH), Masri Bldg.)

9:00-1030

Introductions

KEYNOTE:
Ray Siemens
The Digital Humanities and Open, Social Scholarship
(Engineering Lecture Hall (ELH), Masri Bldg.)

9:00-11:30

SESSION 3:

Building a GeoHumanities Project (1)
Room 107

Collaborative Digital Liberal Arts Pedagogy: Integrating Projects and Methodologies into Your Course (1)
Room 435

Digitization of Still Images (1)
Libraries Digital Lab

Introduction to Building a Website Using Drupal (1)
Room 205

Introduction to IIIF: Sharing, Consuming, and Annotating the World’s Images (1)
Room 209

Introduction to Open Access and Open Social Scholarship (1)
Room 203

Omeka as a Pedagogical Tool in the Classroom (1)
Room 537

Project Management in the Digital Humanities (1)
Room 204

Quantified Self (1)
Room 211

Slippy Maps and Spatial Data (1)
Room 111

Stylometry (1)
Room 208

9:00-11:30

SESSION 5:

Building a GeoHumanities Project (3)
Room 107

Collaborative Digital Liberal Arts Pedagogy: Integrating Projects and Methodologies into Your Course (3)
Room 109

Digitization of Still Images (3)
Libraries Digital Lab

Introduction to Building a Website Using Drupal (3)
Room 205

Introduction to IIIF: Sharing, Consuming, and Annotating the World’s Images (3)
Room 209

Introduction to Open Access and Open Social Scholarship (3)
Room 203

Omeka as a Pedagogical Tool in the Classroom (3)
Room 201

Project Management in the Digital Humanities (3)
Room 204

Quantified Self (3)
Room 211

Slippy Maps and Spatial Data (3)
Room 111

Stylometry (3)
Room 208

Post 12:00

arrivals

10:30-13:00

SESSION 1:

Archiving Web Content (1)
Room 109

Collaborative Digital Writing in the Classroom (1)
Room 111

Creating Websites and Blogs with WordPress (1)
Room 107

Crowdsourcing for the Digital Humanities (1)
Room 201

Introduction to Digital Editing Using TEI (1)
Room 208

Introduction to Social Network Analysis in the Digital Humanities (1)
Room 203

R (1)
Room 110

Text Analysis (1)
Room 205

WikiAuthor (1)
Room 209

Zotero (1)
Room 204

11:30-13:00

Panel 1:

Postcolonial Open Access and Language Criticism: Who is writing for Whom and Who wants to be read by Whom?

 

(Engineering Lecture Hall (ELH), Masri Bldg.)

11:30-13:00

Panel 2:
Hybrid Publishing and New Modes of e-Publishing: How can we rethink the Political Nature of Open Access through Format and Content?

(Engineering Lecture Hall (ELH), Masri Bldg.)

13:00-14:30

LUNCH BREAK

(Irani Oxy EngineeringComplex Cafeteria)

13-14:30

LUNCH BREAK

(Irani Oxy EngineeringComplex Cafeteria)

13:00-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

(Irani Oxy EngineeringComplex Cafeteria)

14:00-16:30

Early registration

(Van Dycke Court Yard)

14:30-17:00

SESSION 2

Archiving Web Content (2)
Room 109

Collaborative Digital Writing in the Classroom (2) 
Room 111

Creating Websites and Blogs with WordPress (2)
Room 107

Crowdsourcing for the Digital Humanities (2)
Room 201

Introduction to Digital Editing Using TEI (2)
Room 208

Introduction to Social Network Analysis in the Digital Humanities (2)
Room 203

R (2)
Room 110

Text Analysis (2)
Room 205

WikiAuthor (2)
Room 209

Zotero (2)
Room 204

14:30-17:00

SESSION 4:

Building a GeoHumanities Project (2)
Room 107

Collaborative Digital Liberal Arts Pedagogy: Integrating Projects and Methodologies into Your Course (2)
Room 109

Digitization of Still Images (2)
Libraries Digital Lab

Introduction to Building a Website Using Drupal (2)
Room 205

Introduction to IIIF: Sharing, Consuming, and Annotating the World’s Images (2)
Room 209

Introduction to Open Access and Open Social Scholarship (2)
Room 203

Omeka as a Pedagogical Tool in the Classroom (2)
Room 201

Project Management in the Digital Humanities (2)
Room 204

Quantified Self (2)
Room 211

Slippy Maps and Spatial Data (2)
Room 111

Stylometry (2)
Room 208

14:00-16:30

SESSION  6:

Building a GeoHumanities Project (4)
Room 107

Collaborative Digital Liberal Arts Pedagogy: Integrating Projects and Methodologies into Your Course (4)
Room 109

Digitization of Still Images (4)
Libraries Digital Lab

Introduction to Building a Website Using Drupal (4)
Room 205

Introduction to IIIF: Sharing, Consuming, and Annotating the World’s Images (4)
Room 209

Introduction to Open Access and Open Social Scholarship (4)
Room 203

Omeka as a Pedagogical Tool in the Classroom (4)
Room 201

Project Management in the Digital Humanities (4)
Room 204

Quantified Self (4)
Room 211

Slippy Maps and Spatial Data (4)
Room 111

Stylometry (4)
Room 208

16:30-18:00

Pre-Institute Talks

(Boustani Auditorium)

18:00-19:30

KEYNOTE 2:
Maxim Romanov

Digital Dust of the Arabic Past”: Corpus-Based Research in Arabic & Islamic Studies
(OIB)

 

 

17:30 – 18:30

KEYNOTE 3:
Janneke Adema

 

(Engineering Lecture Hall (ELH), Masri Bldg.)

 

 

 

16:45 – 18:00

Closing

 

(Engineering Lecture Hall (ELH), Masri Bldg.)

 

 

 

19:30

Reception
(OIB)

AUB Outdoors Departures

A map of locations important for DHIB can be found here.

DHI-B will last 2.5 days.  Long workshops will meet 5 hours a day for two days, 10 hours total.  Short workshops meet for one day, 5 hours total.

Registration has closed.

ALL WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE.

 

 

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