-- Second Call for Papers --
Held in conjunction with GSCL 2017 (http://gscl2017.dfki.de/), Berlin, Germany, September 12, 2017
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION =======================
Computational linguists often teach digital humanities (DH) modules that focus on using / applying / adapting NLP technologies and resources to DH problems. The challenge in such modules is to introduce students with a background in humanities or social sciences to technical content without going into detail. NLP tools often require special input formats, knowledge of program options, and post-processing of the output. NLP resources are often not easily accessible and provide only limited interaction. Interfaces and search tools require knowledge of specialized search syntax.
The workshop is intended to provide a forum for such “NLP teachers” to share experiences, discuss best practices, introduce teaching concepts, and present demos of existing technology. It also provides an opportunity for DH researchers to express their needs and provide directions for future DH curricular developments. The workshop is intended to foster collaborations and to cross-fertilize knowledge and approaches across DH disciplines.
Teach4DH is co-organized by GSCL's SIG Education and Profession and supported by CLARIN.
WORKSHOP TOPICS =======================
We welcome submissions of long and short papers, posters, and demonstrations relating to any aspect of teaching NLP in DH classes, including:
- Didactic units / concepts / tools for employing NLP in teaching "on stage" - Challenges in teaching for a non-CL audience - Exploiting NLP tools "behind the scenes" for creating didactic DH material - Curricular considerations in developing standards for DH programs
See the website at https://teach4dh.github.io for more details, including submission instructions. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the workshop co-chairs at teach4dh at googlegroups.com<mailto:teach4dh at googlegroups.com>.
IMPORTANT DATES =====================
All submission deadlines are at 11:59 p.m. PST Jul 17th, 2017: Paper submission due Aug 09th, 2017: Notification of acceptance Aug 25th, 2017: Camera-ready papers due Sep 12th, 2017: Workshop day
Peggy Bockwinkel University of Stuttgart Thierry Declerck DFKI, Saarbrücken Sandra Kübler Indiana University, Bloomington Heike Zinsmeister Universität Hamburg
Melanie Andresen Universität Hamburg Fabian Barteld Universität Hamburg Sabine Bartsch Technische Universität Darmstadt Noah Bubenhofer Zurich University Stefanie Dipper Ruhr-Universität Bochum Kim Gerdes Sorbonne nouvelle Paris Evelyn Gius Universität Hamburg Fotis Jannidis Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg Jonas Kuhn University of Stuttgart Lothar Lemnitzer BBAW, Berlin Harald Lüngen IDS, Mannheim Nils Reiter University of Stuttgart Thomas Schmidt IDS, Mannheim Ulrike Schneider Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz Julian Schulz LMU, München Olga Scrivner Indiana University Caroline Sporleder Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Jannik Strötgen MPI, Saarbrücken Thorsten Trippel University of Tübingen Gabriel Viehhauser University of Stuttgart Andreas Witt University of Cologne Amir Zeldes Georgetown University
Contact address: teach4dh at googlegroups.com<mailto:teach4dh at googlegroups.com>
************************* Sandra Kuebler Director of Graduate Studies Department of Linguistics Indiana University Ballantine Hall 852 Bloomington, IN-47405 skuebler at indiana.edu<mailto:skuebler at indiana.edu> *************************
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