The ACDH Tool Galleries, which take place three times a year, are workshops dedicated to providing information and hands-on training in the use of specific digital humanities tools. Participants are given the opportunity to engage with the tools and to learn from experts with first hand experience in the application of digital methods in the field of humanities research. They are a service open to everyone but directed, in particular, at humanities scholars who would like to learn about and engage with computer-based methods in order to implement them in their own research. Combining the theoretical and the practical, the workshops begin with a lecture introduction in the morning and conclude with a hands-on session in the afternoon. The guest speaker will lead the group step-by-step through a collective demo. A certificate will be awarded at the end of the event to document the participant’s newly acquired skills.
We look forward to meeting you at the next ACDH Tool Gallery workshop!
See below for a list of previous and upcoming ACDH Tool Galleries:
- Wissik, Tanja, and Claudia Resch. 2017. Researcher Hands-On Training in the Digital Humanities: The ACDH Tool Gallery as an Austrian Case Study. In Selected papers from the CLARIN Annual Conference 2016, Aix-en-Provence, 26–28 October 2016, CLARIN Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure, ed. L. Borin, 131-138. Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet.
- Wissik, Tanja, and Claudia Resch. 2016. Researcher Hands-On Training in the Digital Humanities: An Austrian Case Study. Proceedings CLARIN Annual Conference 2016.
- Wissik, Tanja, and Claudia Resch. 2016. Digitale Tools und Methoden für die geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung praxisnah erklärt: Ein neues Format im Test. Mieciej Eder and Rybicki, Jan. Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts. Kraków.