Deconstructing the Open Greek and Latin Project: The First Thousand Years of Greek
|September 19, 2017||Posted by Colin McCaffrey under Conferences and Workshops, News, Professional Development||
“Deconstructing the Open Greek and Latin Project: The First Thousand Years of Greek”
An AIA-SCS Pre-Meeting Workshop, presented in coordination with the SCS
January 3, 2018, 9:00 to 5:00, Tufts University, Medford, MA
Interested in open access, the digital humanities, or conducting digital scholarship in your research and/or teaching? Aren’t sure what these topics have to do with classics or archaeology, or even how to get started? Then, please consider joining us next January 3 at the AIA-SCS pre-meeting workshop “Deconstructing the Open Greek and Latin Project”!
In this workshop, partners from the Perseus Digital Library, the Harvard Library and Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies, the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, the University of Leipzig, Mount Allison University, and the University of Virginia Library will come together to demonstrate research tools, explain how to involve students in digital scholarship, provide open data for hands-on exploration from the Open Greek and Latin Project, as well as create a growing and supportive open access community.
Tools and technologies we’ll work with include GitHub, Oxygen, TEI-XML and EpiDoc Registration is offered on a “first-come first-served” basis and the workshop is offered free-of-charge with a registration deadline of Friday, November, 3, 2017.
To register, please complete our registration form!
For more information please visit the workshop website at http://sites.tufts.edu/oglworkshop or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by the Forum for Classics, Libraries and Scholarly Communication of the Society for Classical Studies. Sponsored by the Perseus Digital Library at Tufts University. Co-sponsored by the The Center for Hellenic Studies; Harvard Library; and the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University in collaboration with the Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig; Mount Allison University; and the University of Virginia Library.