[Humanist] 28.570 events: XML/TEI; Japanese gaming; methods in libraries

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Wed Dec 17 07:10:21 CET 2014


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 570.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Frederike Neuber <neuber.frederike at gmail.com>             (69)
        Subject: IDE meets DiXiT Spring School 2015 - Advanced XML/TEI
                technologies

  [2]   From:    Geoffrey Rockwell <grockwel at ualberta.ca>                  (62)
        Subject: Replaying Japan 2015 CFP

  [3]   From:    <Conf at isast.net>                                          (50)
        Subject: 7th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries
                International Conference (QQML2015) 26-29 May 2015, IUT-
                Descartes University, Paris, France


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        Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 14:35:37 +0100
        From: Frederike Neuber <neuber.frederike at gmail.com>
        Subject: IDE meets DiXiT Spring School 2015 - Advanced XML/TEI technologies


Dear Humanists,

We are very pleased to announce the Spring School on Advanced XML/TEI
technologies for Digital Scholarly Editions organized and endorsed by the
the Institute for Documentology and Digital Editing (IDE) and the Digital
Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXiT). The spring school will
be run and held at the at the Centre for Information Modelling – Austrian
Centre for Digital Humanities at the University of Graz from 13th to 17th
April 2015.

The spring school is directed to participants with previous experience in
XML/TEI editing who would like to involve themselves more intensively with
the creation of digital scholarly editions based on the international
encoding standard XML TEI P5. Besides addressing specific issues and use
cases of text encoding, the participants will be trained what to do with
the data once the encoding is done and how to process it further until the
publication on the WWW. To this end the teaching will strongly focus on
XPath, XSLT, HTML and CSS as technologies for the web publication of
digital scholarly editions.

Since the level of this spring school is advanced, previous knowledge of
TEI practices is not only recommended but necessary for participation.

The lectures will be held by experts from the field of Digital Scholarly
Editing, related to the DiXiT network or the IDE (James Cummings, Franz
Fischer, Ulrike Henny, Frederike Neuber, Torsten Schaßan, Martina Semlak,
Magdalena Turska, Gunter Vasold, Georg Vogeler). Tara Andrews (Univ. of
Bern) has agreed to give a keynote.

The School will cover the following areas:

   - issues when working with XML TEI P5 (to be proposed by the
   participants)
   - customization of the TEI schema
   - creating web pages with HTML/CSS and JavaScript and JQuery
   - transforming the TEI XML with XSLT/XPath
   - publishing frameworks for digital scholarly editions
   - use cases for research on and with digital scholarly editions

The IDE-meets-DiXiT Spring School on Advanced XML/TEI technologies for
Digital Scholarly Editions is open to interested scholars anywhere in the
world with previous experience in digital scholarly editing with the TEI.
As the course will strongly focus on practical exercise, we can accept only
applications which can bring own material for the exercises. All teaching
will be in English.

The course offers 20 positions. Participants will be required to arrange
their own accommodation and travel to Graz. The participation fee will be
100 EUR. A limited number of bursaries will be available for the
participation fee, travel and accommodation in particular for participants
from less developed countries and from Eastern Europe.

Application closes on 10st February 2015 and early registration is
highly recommended.

For the application we need from you

   - your name, address, e-mail, institutional affiliation (if applicable)
   - a short description of your project
   - this online questionnaire
   <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-ndve0PQrcFwjaU21lhhX-1oybtx4mYD5pz-WsEPYZ0/viewform>

If you want to be considered for the bursary please give indicate

   - approximate amount for travel and accommodation expenses
   - do you need a reduction on the participation fee?
   - academic status (graduate student, PhD student, PostDoc, fully trained
   scholar, other)

Please send your application and any question you have to dixit at uni-graz.at

We will publish further information on the school at
http://www.i-d-e.de/aktivitaeten/schools/spring-school-2015

Best,

Frederike Neuber

Frederike Neuber

DiXiT - Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network
Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities
Universität Graz
A-8010 Graz | Merangasse 70
eMail: frederike.neuber at uni-graz.at
tel.: +43 (0)316 380 - 8014
Web: dixit.uni-koeln.de | informationsmodellierung.uni-graz.at


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        Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 12:22:45 -0700
        From: Geoffrey Rockwell <grockwel at ualberta.ca>
        Subject: Replaying Japan 2015 CFP


Replaying Japan 2015: Call for papers
3rd International Japan Game Studies Conference

Conference theme: The Globalization of Japanese Pop Culture and its
Origin - Examining the Role of the Nintendo Entertainment System

Interested in Japanese videogames and game culture? The 3rd
International Conference on Japan Game Studies will be held at
Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, from May 21 to 23 2015.

Proposals in Japanese are most welcome! <日本語での発表要旨も受け付けます。>

This conference is organized as a collaboration between the Ritsumeikan
Center for Game Studies and the Prince Takamado Japan Centre at the
University of Alberta. The conference is the fourth collaboratively
organized event focusing broadly on Japanese game culture, education and
industry. It aims to bring together a large range of researchers and
creators from a broad range of different country to present and exchange
their work.

2015 marks the 30th anniversary of the release of the Nintendo
Entertainment System in the United States of America. To commemorate the
event and acknowledge its importance for video game culture, the
conference will be themed around the console, its games and the culture
they birthed. Therefore, we especially invite researchers and students
to submit papers and demonstrations that will touch upon issues related
to the NES.

We also invite a broad range
of posters/demonstrations and papers dealing with game culture,
education and games and the Japanese game industry from the perspectives
of humanities, social sciences, business or education. We encourage
poster/demonstration proposals if you want to show a game or an
interactive project. The range of possible topics includes (but is not
limited to):

  * The Nintendo Entertainment System
  * Cross cultural study of games and toys
  * East Asian Game Culture and Market (especially China)
  * Localization of games
  * Assessment of educational aspects of games
  * Preservation of games and game culture
  * Understanding player culture
  * Close readings of specific games
  * Comparative study of specific titles
  * Game theory
  * Game design
  * Game industry (in Japan and transnationally)
  * Marketing and financing the games industry
  * Games and transmedia phenomena
  * Games of chance

Please send abstracts of no more than 500 words via email to
<replayingjapan at gmail.com>, before January 31st, 2015. Figures, tables
and references, which do not count towards the 500 words, may be
included on a second page. The following information should be in the
accompanying email message: Type of submission (poster/demonstration or
paper), Title of submission, Name of author(s),
Affiliation(s), Address(es), and Email address(es).  

Notification of acceptance will be sent out by February 27th, 2014.
Abstracts will be accepted in English or Japanese.

While the language of this conference will be English, Abstracts,
Posters and PowerPoint slides will be translated into both languages and
simultaneous translation will be available for those who can’t present
in English.

For more information about the Replaying Japan 2015, visit the
conference home page <replaying-japan.artsrn.ualberta.ca
 http://replaying-japan.artsrn.ualberta.ca/ > or write
<replayingjapan at gmail.com>.

<rcgs at st.ritsumei.ac.jp> 



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        Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 19:11:57 +0200
        From: <Conf at isast.net>
        Subject: 7th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2015) 26-29 May 2015, IUT-Descartes University, Paris, France




Dear Colleagues and Friends,

It is our pleasure to invite you in Paris (IUT-Descartes University, 26-29
May 2015) for the 7th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries
International Conference (QQML2015,  http://www.isast.org
 http://www.isast.org/  ) which is organized under the umbrella of ISAST
(International Society for the Advancement of Science and Technology, a
non-profit organization). 

If you already have sent your submission ignore this message. Just download
and communicate the attached Conference Poster (a nice view of Paris). 

However, you can visit the QQML Journal website at http://www.qqml.net/ to
see the fast growing statistics and find our connection with EBSCO and DOAJ
for paper downloads.

This is the seventh year of the conference which brings together different
disciplines on library and information science; it is a multi–disciplinary
conference that covers the Library and Information Science topics in
conjunction to other disciplines (e.g. innovation and economics, management
and marketing, statistics and data analysis, information technology, human
resources, museums, archives, special librarianship, etc). 

Please direct any questions regarding the QQML 2015 Conference to the
secretariat of the conference at: secretar at isast.org  

Looking forward to welcoming you in Paris,

With our best regards,

On behalf of the Conference Committee 

Anthi Katsirikou, PhD

Conference Co-Chair
University of Piraeus Library Director
Head, European Documentation Center
Board Member of the Greek Association of Librarians and Information
Professionals

anthi at asmda.com

 

Joumana Boustany, PhD
Local Chair
Université Paris Descartes - Institut Universitaire de Technologie
DICEN-IDF  http://dicen-idf.org/  , Dispositifs d'Information et de
Communication à l'Ère du Numérique en Ile de France. EA7339, CNAM
joumana.boustany at parisdescartes.fr

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