SMWCon Fall 2016/eHumanities workshop

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eHumanities Workshop 1: SMW in Digital Social, Educational and Humanities Research

In recent year the use of SMW as a tool and environment for research increased. We would like to pick up this development and present some use cases and workarounds with SMW at the eHumanities Workshop part 1. At the eHumanities Workshop part 2 would like to discuss and provide consulting concerning the usage of SMW in Digital Social, Educational and Humanities Research in small groups. Therefore we would like to encourage researchers of these fields to bring their ideas or data of their current or future research projects (BringYourOwnData!).

  1. Martin Gruner: SMW Use of specialized Texts in German Literature Studies (PDF)
  2. Dennis Groenewegen: The case of CODECS: SMW as a tool for exploring Texts, manuscripts and other materials for Celtic studies
  3. Wahed Hemati, Tolga Uslu, Alexander Mehler: Wikidition
  4. Christoph Schindler, Basil Ell: SMW as Research Environment. Examples of Educational Research

eHumanities Workshop 2

After the short presentations of projects in Digital Social, Educational and Humanities Research at the first part of the eHumanities Workshop, we would like to discuss and provide consulting concerning the usage of SMW in these contexts. Therefore we would like to encourage researchers of these fields to bring their ideas or data of their current or future research projects (BringYourOwnData!) to discuss and consult potentials and boundaries of SMW in small groups.