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Senior Research Associate, Oxford eResearch Centre, Maison Française d'Oxford
David De Roure
Professor of e-Research
Communications and Information Coordinator, Refugee Studies Centre
Project Manager, Learning Technologies Group, IT Services, University of Oxford
Automatic annotation of the Spoken BNC
Linguistics, Philology & Phonetics Faculty, John Coleman and Mark Liberman - JISC
Discovery: Digital semantic corpora for virtual research in philosophy
Oxford e-Research Centre, Paolo D’Iorio - European Commission (eContentplus programme)
Music encoding as an interpretation process: Are there any traditions?
Encoding music can serve a wide range of purposes and dozens of music codes have been developed.
Oxford e-Research Centre, 7 Keble Road
Digital Humanities Lunchtime Briefings
These introductory briefings are for scholars in the humanities who want to know more about the opportunities to use advanced digital technologies for research.
Lecture Hall, Taylor Institution, St Giles
Encoding Music and Text
This workshop will bring together colleagues with a range of subject and disciplinary interests both to understand the scope of the current knowledge of the music- and text-encoding landscapes and to articulate fields for potential development.
Centre for Digital Scholarship, Weston Library
Exploring spoken word data in oral history archives
A workshop will take place in Oxford 18-19 April as part of the CLARIN-PLUS project, which aims to reach out to new users to discover requirements for the use of language technologies in a variety of disciplines.
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