The 3rd Translation Technologies Summer School focuses on recent advances in Machine Translation and current trends in using MT in professional translation settings, including training customised MT engines, evaluating and post-editing MT output and managing translation projects involving MT.
The second workshop of the project “Elaboration of a Concept for a European Academies Internet Gateway (AGATE)” will take place on Monday, 16 January 2017, at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
The British Library is running a series of workshops to better understand the potential for persistent identifier services in the humanities, identify barriers to uptake and create a roadmap to guide future development.
All programs are completely online and can be followed from different parts of the world with flexible schedules. Courses are guided adapting to the students different profiles, and they include various materials (texts, images, videos), offered through a web platform, where participants interact with other students and professors.
This workshop will bring together archaeologists and architectural historians to present their most challenging ideas alongside researchers who have used digital techniques to enhance the way they approach the preservation and analysis of ancient architecture.
A new addition to the International Digital Humanities Training Network, the 2015 Digital Humanities Autumn School hosted by Trier University and the University of Luxembourg offers an interdisciplinary introduction to and a methodological assessment of established and evolving DH practices, methods, and tools.