Digital Humanities


King's College London, 3rd - 6th July 2010

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Pre-Conference Workshops

As in previous years, the three days preceding the Digital Humanities conference (5th-7th July) have been set aside for community-run workshops. All the workshops on offer are now full and registration for workshops is closed.

Workshops Timetable:


Workshop Title


Mon, 5 July

Workshop 1: Access to the Grid: Interfacing the Humanities with Grid technologies


Mon, 5 July

Workshop 2: Text Mining in the Digital Humanities (eAQUA Project)

Buechler et al.

Mon, 5 July

Workshop 3: Service-Oriented Computing in the Humanities (SOCH) 4 - CANCELLED

Gold et al.

Tues, 6 July, Morning

Workshop 4: Content, Compliance, Collaboration and Complexity: Creating and Sustaining Information

Evans et al.

Tues, 6 July, Morning

Workshop 5: Designing a Digital Humanities Lab

Veomett et al.

Tues, 6 July, Afternoon

Workshop 6: Peer Reviewing Digital Archives: the NINES model 


Wheeles et al.

Wed, 7 July,  Morning

Workshop7: Introduction to Text Analysis using JiTR and Voyeur 

Sinclair et al.

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