[Humanist] 30.929 summer school: digital tools (Pisa)
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 30, No. 929.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2017 08:17:35 +0200
From: Enrica Salvatori <enrica.salvatori at unipi.it>
Subject: Summer School "Digital Tools for Humanists" - Pisa
Summer School "Digital Tools for Humanists"
Pisa, 12-16 June 2017
The School is organized by AIUCD (the Italian Association
for Digital Humanities) in cooperation with the Laboratory
for Digital Culture of the University of Pisa (LABCD) and
the Institute for Computational Linguistics of the Italian
National Research Council (CNR-ILC).
The School is addressing students and researchers interested
in acquiring a basic knowledge about some of the digital
tools available today in several fields of Digital Humanities.
The School will include practical lessons and hands-on
laboratories, and students are advised to bring their
own PC. The lessons will be in Italian, but questions
(and answers) can be in English. A certificate of
attendance will be issued upon request.
Attendance to the School is open to everyone and is free
for members of AIUCD. Non-AIUCD members interested in the
School should first become AIUCD members (50 Euro for a
calendar year) and then enrol in the School. The number
of seats is limited and interested participants are
advised to enrol as soon as possible.
Please go to the School site (in Italian) for a detailed
program and complete information about the School: http://dhtools.labcd.unipi.it/ http://dhtools.labcd.unipi.it/
Please go to the AIUCD site (in Italian) for complete
information about the Association and how to become a
Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere
Via P. Paoli 15, Pisa
Professore Associato di Storia Medievale
Responsabile scientifico del Polo 4 del SID
Direttore del Laboratorio di Cultura Digitale
+39 050 2215464
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