Bologna, July 2019 (available)

Scholars attending the course were presented two distinct aspects of the use of digital resources: a) the representation of the objects of study (primary and secondary sources) in digital form, so as to make them accessible on the Web; b) the processing of the information content conveyed by the digital objects produced in that form. In particular, the relation between representation and processing of a study object in digital form was dealt with and applied to concrete cases during the classes, by insisting on the distinction between two different approaches to markup, namely embedded vs. standoff markup and on their effects on actual research procedures. A brief historical introduction presented the impact of the diffusion of the Web and the use of the Personal Computer on the common practices in the Digital Humanities. in order to allow participants to put the content of lessons, workshops, as well as training activities into their theoretical framework.
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ABBYY FinereaderAchaemenid EmpireAge determinationApparatusArchaeological Mission of TanisArchigraphemic ReducerArchiveArt-Historical SourcesAssyriologyAuthority RecordsBiographiesBook BindingBootstrapBrāhmī scriptByzantine ChristianityByzantine StudiesCapuchinsCardinal Johannes WillebrandsCarmeliteChinese EpigraphyChinese style’ estampageChurch HistoryCivil SocietyClassical Text EditorClavis ClaviumCodicologyCollection DevelopmentComputational AttributionConservationContextual Disclosure of Documentary HeritageCosmotoolCreative ImaginationCSSCuneiform textsCurationCyrillic ScriptsDariah-DEData managementData modelDatabase DesignDatabasesDead Language ProcessingDiachronic CorpusDictionaryDigitalDigital DatabaseDigital EditionDigital encoding of ArabicDigital HumanitiesDigital InfrastructureDigital LibraryDigitizationEarly Indic Inscriptions of Southeast AsiaEarly Modern Correspondence NetworksEcumenismEgyptology ResearchElectronic Historical DictionaryExhibitionFAIRFAIR dataFrench School of Asian StudiesFriary LibraryGeoportostGeoreferencingGephiGlagoliticGreekGuideGurkha ethnic groupHandwritingHigh Resolution Image VisualizationHimalayan EthnologyHistorical mapsHistorical Network ResearchHistoryHistory of BooksHistory of ReadingHTMLIIIFImage APIImagingImaging TechniquesIndex ReligiosusIndic scriptInformation RetrievalInteroperabilityJesuiticaJSON ManifestLabat CollectionLatin TextsLemmatizationLibrary ManagementLibrary ReconstructionLibrary ResearchLigatureLingua SacraLow CountriesManuscript CollectionsManuscript FragmentsManuscript StudiesManuscriptsMedievalMedieval Islamic mysticismMendicantsMetadatametatadaMirador ViewerMissionNatural Language ProcessingNepali songsNetwork AnalysisNomocanonOCROld BulgarianOld Church SlavonicOmekaOnline corpusOnline Data PoolOpen AccessOpen SourceOwnershipPaleographyPapal lettersPeace TreatiesPhotometric StereoPortable Light DomePresentation APIProcessing InformationProject ManagementProsopographical AnalysisProvenanceProvenance ResearchPublishing PolicyQianlong EraRare PrintsReIReS Training ProgrammeRepresenting InformationRestorationRETOPEAScience CommunciationScience PopularisationScriptoria in Medieval BulgariaScriptsSearch algorithm for Arabic scriptSearch EngineSearch Engine OptimizationSelf BrandingShaykhiyya OrderShiite ArchiveStone tabletsTaggerTEITEI XMLText reuseTextual MarkupTheologyTibetan CultureTRACERTranslationUniversal ViewerVatican CollectionVatican IIVector SemanticsVerification MethodsVirtual-KeyboardWeb CrawlerWebsite BuildingWordPressWorkflowZographou-collectionZotero