We would like to invite all the students and other associates to join our workshop on the sellected aspects of digital humanities as well as some online sources and libraries useful while conducting your research in the field of Germanic and Slavic studies.
The workshop will be held online on the 24th of February 2021 on the platform MS Teams on this link: https://bit.ly/3keOuPU. All lectures should be roughly 45 minutes long with a subsequent discussion.
Introduction by Libuše Heczková and Annalisa Cosentino
I. Session from 9 AM to 12 PM
- 9:00–9:40: Michaela Málková (Jan Palach Library): Introduction to e-sources and e-services for students
- 9:45–11:00: Jiří Dufka, Alžběta Zavřelová (Moravian Library): Digital humanities in the libraries (presentation in German and English)
- 11:00–12:00: Svatava Škodová (Institute of Czech Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University): Learner corpora and their research and pedagogical potential
Session from 2 PM to 6 PM
- 2:00–3:00: Marie Vachková (Institute of German Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University): Korpusanalytische Methoden: Theorie und Anwendung
- 3:00–4:00: Anna Maria Perissutti (Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere, The University of Udine, Italy): Enhancing L2 academic writing skills in Czech, German, Italian and Slovenian with the use of Wrilab2 platform
- 4:00–5:00: Michal Kosák (Institute of Czech Literature of the Czech Academy of Sciences): The Hybrid Scholarly Edition and the Visualization of Textual Variants
- 5:00-6:00: Rudolf Rosa (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University), Patrícia Schmidtová and Klára Vosecká (The Academy of Performing Arts in Prague): Inverting U.R. with Artificial Intelligence: THEaiTRobot is Generating a Theatre Play Script to Mark 100 Years of Čapek’s Work