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Workshop #2 PROVIDEDH: Complexity and Uncertainty in Digital Humanities Projects: A Co-Design Approach Around Data Visualisation

Eve Cobain

Enric Senabre Hidalgo, Roberto Theron, Eveline Wandl-Vogt   In the context of the PROVIDEDH project (PROgressive VIsual DEcision-Making in Digital Humanities), and in the context of the important and still emerging study of uncertainty in DH research (Therón et al., 2018), during the DH2019 conference in Utrecht members of the PROVIDEDH team organised a day-long, […]

PROVIDEDH Survey on Complexity and Uncertainty in Digital Humanities Projects

Eve Cobain

If you have a moment to spare, we would be delighted if you could participate in our ‘PROVIDEDH Survey on Complexity and Uncertainty in Digital Humanities Projects‘. The survey will be active until 31 July and forms part of our presentation at DH2019, Utrecht. 

PROVIDEDH Project Presented at Austrian Citizen Science Conference, 26 June 2019

Eve Cobain

The PROVIDEDH project was presented at the Austrian Citizen Science Conference by Eveline Wandl-Vogt on behalf of Enric Senabre and Amelie Dorn. You can view the presentation, entitled ‘Applying knowledge co-creation methods for community building, the example of PROVIDEDH’, here.

PROVIDEDH Project Presented at DARIAH Annual Event 2019

Eve Cobain

The PROVIDEDH Project was presented at the DARIAH Annual Event in Warsaw, 15-17 May 2019. Members of the PROVIDEDH project presented a poster at the Marketplace and delivered a paper entitled “PROgressive VIsual DEcision-Making in Digital Humanities: Towards Uncertainty Annotation in TEI, M. Kozak [et al.]” View the poster here.

Paper accepted for DARIAH Annual Event (Warsaw, 15-17 May 2019)

Eve Cobain

We are delighted to have been accepted to present at the DARIAH Annual Event in Warsaw (15-17 May 2019). Our paper is entitled: ‘PROgressive VIsual DEcision-Making in Digital Humanities: Towards Uncertainty Annotation in TEI, M. Kozak [et al.]’. More detail, including conference schedule, can be found here.

Deadline Extended: Informatics Special Issue “Uncertainty in Digital Humanities”

Eve Cobain

Deadline for submission to Informatics Open Access Journal Special Issue, “Uncertainty in Digital Humanities” has been extended. This Special Issue will feature a range of perspectives on how humanistic researchers’ relationship to uncertainty has changed in the digital age, how the risks might be managed and the opportunities exploited, and what digital research in other disciplines might learn […]

PROVIDEDH Project presented at the CHIST-ERA Project Seminar 2019

Michelle Doran

    The PROVIDEDH Project was presented at the CHIST-ERA Project Seminar in Bucharest on 3rd-4th April, 2019. Members of the PROVIDEDH Project presented a poster and demo to members of the CHIST-ERA organisation. You can download a copy of the 2019 project presentation here and the  poster here.

PROVIDEDH at DH 2019

Michelle Doran

The consortium members of the PROVIDEDH project are pleased to announced that we will be facilitating a full-day workshop at DH2019 titled Complexity and uncertainty in DH projects: a co-design approach around data visualization.  Further details and registrations are available here.  

Uncertainty in Humanities Research Datasets Workshop, 6 March 2019

Michelle Doran

On Wednesday, 6 March 2019, the Humanities Research Institute at Maynooth University, the Trinity College Dublin Centre for Digital Humanities and the consortium members of the interdisciplinary PROgressive VIsual Decision-Making in Digital Humanities* (PROVIDEDH) project will co-host a workshop on the subject of ‘Uncertainty in Humanities Research Datasets’ to be held at Room 2.31, Iontas Building, […]

Toward Supporting Decision-making Under Uncertainty in Digital Humanities with Progressive Visualisation

Michelle Doran

Roberto Theron, Antonio Losada, Alejandro Benito, & Rodrigo Santamaría. (2018). Toward supporting decision-making under uncertainty in digital humanities with progressive visualization. http://doi.org/10.1145/3284179.3284323, Conference: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM’18), Salamanca, October, 24-26, 2018 (Session: Uncertainty in Digital Humanities). Abstract Digital Humanities (DH) research and practice is subject to uncertainty during […]

Uncertainty in Digital Humanities Track Summary

Michelle Doran

Roberto Theron & Eveline Wandl-Vogt. (2018). Uncertainty in Digital Humanities track summary. http://doi.org/10.1145/3284179.3284317, Conference: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM’18), Salamanca, October, 24-26, 2018 (Session: Uncertainty in Digital Humanities). Abstract Digital humanities methods and techniques have been applied to a wide spectrum of disciplines with results there were not attainable otherwise. […]

PROVIDEDH at EADH 2018: Part Two

Michelle Doran

On Sunday, 9th December 2018, the Austria team of the PROVIDEDH project presented the initial project findings at EADH 2018 which was held at National University of Ireland, Galway.  The paper, aptly titled “Progressive VIsual DEcision-making for Digital Humanities (PROVIDEDH): Project Outline and First Results” was presented by Eveline Wandl-Vogt, lead researcher of Work Package 2.  A […]

PROVIDEDH at EADH 2018: Part One

Michelle Doran

On Friday, 7th December 2018, the Austria team of the PROVIDEDH project facilitated a preconference workshop at EADH 2018 which was held at National University of Ireland, Galway.  The workshop, titled “Developing biographical data projects using open innovation methods and practices”, focused on the critical role that collaborative project design, planning and decision-making can play in […]

PROVIDEDH_AT is Hiring a Data Scientist

Michelle Doran

The Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), Austria’s central non-university research and science institution is offering a Position as DATA SCIENTIST (F/M) (20 hours per week) at the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH).

PROVIDEDH_AT is Hiring a Knowledge Designer

Michelle Doran

The Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), Austria’s central non-university research and science institution is offering a Position as KNOWLEDGE DESIGNER (F/M) (20 hours per week) at the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH)

PROVIDEDH PARTNER MEETING: 22nd-23rd October 2018, University of Salamanca

Michelle Doran

On 22nd-23rd October 2018, the CHIST-ERA funded PROVIDEDH Project held its second face-to-face meeting at the University of Salamanca.  The project team continued to develop our 4 core aspects and set out the plans for the work programme in the months ahead: TOPIC: Uncertainty in Digital Humanities METHOD: which are relevant? How can we combine different ones? DATA SOURCES: which […]

Informatics Special Issue “Uncertainty in Digital Humanities”

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Submissions are invited for the Informatics Open Access Journal Special Issue, “Uncertainty in Digital Humanities”. This Special Issue will feature a range of perspectives on how humanistic researchers’ relationship to uncertainty has changed in the digital age, how the risks might be managed and the opportunities exploited, and what digital research in other disciplines might learn […]

TEEM ’18 Call For Papers

Michelle Doran

The 6th edition of the Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM) conference will be held at Salamanca, Spain, from October 24 to 26, 2018. It is organised by the GRIAL Research Group as part of the commemoration of the 800th anniversary of the University of Salamanca. This event brings together researchers and postgraduate students interested in combining different aspects of the technology applied to knowledge society development, with a special attention to educational and learning issues regarding, but not limited to, the following broad-scope research areas: Educational Assessment and Orientation, Human-Computer Interaction, eLearning, Computers in Education, Communication Media and Education, Medicine and Education, Learning Analytics, Engineering Education, and Information Society and Education. TEEM is divided in thematic and highly cohesive tracks.

PROVIDEDH Project presented at the CHIST-ERA Project Seminar 2018

Michelle Doran

The PROVIDEDH Project was presented at the CHIST-ERA Project Seminar in Paris on 11th-12th April, 2018. Members of the PROVIDEDH Project presented a poster and demo to members of the CHIST-ERA organisation. You can down a copy of the project presentation here.

PROVIDEDH Kick-Off: 15th-16th February 2018, University of Salamanca

Michelle Doran

On 15th-16th February 2018, the CHIST-ERA funded PROVIDEDH Project held its official kick-off meeting on 15th-16th February 2018 at the University of Salamanca.  The project team took this opportunity for some structured discussion and knowledge sharing on our 4 core aspects of the project and set out the plans for the work programme in the months […]