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Second DASISH Newsletter, September 2012

Second DASISH Newsletter, September 2012

Welcome to the second issue of the DASISH newsletter. We hope that you find it useful and that you will forward it to your contacts and networks.

The main theme for this issue is education and training. We have now introduced a section on the front page of the DASISH webpage where all education and training activities, including training modules, relating to the DASISH infrastructure project will be posted.

Enjoy your reading,

Hanne Fersøe, Editor
University of Copenhagen

News

Opening of the Danish Digital Humanities Laboratory

The Danish national research infrastructure initiative, DIGHUMLAB, was launched 10 September by the Danish Minister for Science, Innovation and Higher Educationat an event at the University of Aarhus. Read more

Call for research proposals under Data without Boundaries

Call for research proposals: Support for transnational access to official detailed and sensitive microdata available. Apply before October 15. Read more

CESSDA Launches a Self-Evaluation Project of Member Archives

CESSDA has launched a self-evaluation project of all the member archives to be completed in 2012. Read more

Workshop on Federated Identity Management

June 21, 22 a Federated Identity Management (FIM) took place at the MPI for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen. Read more

Conferences, calls and courses

Corpus Linguistics - the shortcut to linguistic evidence

This PhD course in Copenhagen addresses issues in digital humanities by focusing on collection, storage and use of corpora, including the use of query tools. These issues are currently central in national as well as european infrastructure initiatives.  Registration deadline: 25 September. Read more

Joint Dariah workshop: Realising the Opportunities of Digital Humanities

Registration for the Realising the Opportunities of Digital Humanities workshop 23-25 October in Ireland is open. Read more

Digital Humanities and the Study of the Web and Web Archives

This PhD seminar is organized by the digital Humanities Lab/NetLab, Denmark, one of the three main themes in DIGHUMLAB, the Danish research infrastructure initiative in the field of humanities. Application deadline: 1 October 2012. Read more

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Best regards,

The DASISH editors



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