Some participants have drafted written reports about several aspects of the DH Summer School Switzerland. You can access the reports via the Menu Bar. Here is a list of the reports: Born Digital Sources – Federico Nanni, University of Bologna, Italy. Collaborative Work Practices and DH Teams – Gurpreet Singh, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, India. […]
We’ve uploaded the pictures of the DH Summer School Switzerland on the Website. You’ll find them on the new Pictures Page. You can check all infoclio.ch’s picture on our Picasa page. Special thanks to Eliane Kurmann from the infoclio.ch team for her photo-reporting.
During the Digital Humanities Summer School Switzerland, the participants collaboratively drafted notes during the lectures and the workshops sessions, using a collaborative writing tool, called Framapad. The notes are still available to see on their original URL here. We’ve subsequently divided them by lectures and workshop and copied them to this website, without doing any […]
No formal social evening is scheduled for tonight, but nonetheless participants could meet to have a drink together after dinner in a nice bar in Bern called the Turnhalle. Here is the website of the bar, and here is the google map to find it. Let’s meet there starting from 9 pm !
The project Humanlit, from the University of Bordeaux 3, and represented in the DH Summer School by @neuromancien and @ValerieCarayol is currently running a survey on Digital Humanities and Literacies. Please take a moment to fill out the English Version or the French Version. You can see the results of a previous french survey on […]