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SunoikisisDC 2016 Syllabus (class outlines)

Common sessions: Wednesdays 17:00-18:15 CET (in Winter) and CEST (in Summer)

  1. Introduction to the Course (February 3)
  2. Introduction to Treebanking Part I (February 10)
  3. Introduction to Treebanking Part II (February 17)
  4. Named Entity Recognition: SNAP and Recogito (February 24)
  5. Encoding of Ancient Texts (March 2)
  6. Annotation and Alignment of Texts and Objects (March 9)
  7. 3D Imaging, Scanning, Printing (March 16)
  8. 3D Modelling for Cultural Heritage (March 23)
  9. Teaching Classics in the digital era: pedagogical and logistical issues (March 30)
  10. Inscriptions in Lucian’s True Stories (April 6)
  11. Odyssey: Named Entities Annotation, Translation Alignment (April 13)
  12. Digital Tools for the Arts and Humanities: students’ presentations (University of Florida) (April 20)
  13. Aristotle: Translation Alignment (Greek, Latin, Arabic) (April 27)
  14. Annotation of Geographical Data (May 4)
  15. Aligned Translations, Treebanking Part I (May 11)
  16. Aligned Translations, Treebanking Part II (May 18)
  17. Reading Plato with Digital Tools (May 27)
  18. Text and Digital Editing (Lexicography and Geography) (June 1)
  19. Annotating Quotations and Text Reuses (June 8)
  20. Presenting SunoikisisDC 2016 at the CHS Common Day (June 15)
  21. Digitizing Inscriptions from Georgia (June 22)
  22. Teaching Greek through (digital) epigraphy, epigraphy through Greek (June 29)
  23. Open Persian (July 6)
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