Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 779.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
 From: email@example.com (Francois Lachance) (114)
Subject: TCC 2004 ONLINE CONFERENCE April 20-22, (fwd)
 From: Silvia Hansen-Schirra <firstname.lastname@example.org> (44)
Subject: Final Call for Papers: LINC-04
 From: "Ray Siemens" <email@example.com> (43)
Subject: Digital Humanities / Humanities Computing Summer
Institute (U Victoria, June 25-30, 2004)
Date: Thu, 08 Apr 2004 07:07:49 +0100
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Francois Lachance)
Subject: TCC 2004 ONLINE CONFERENCE April 20-22, (fwd)
As a tangent to the sustainability thread and a bit of promo for an online
conference, I note that "non-traditional" is receiving some political
credance in some quarters...
> NEWS BREAK!
> TCC in partnership with LearningTimes is pleased to announce a special
> online panel discussion.
> Senator HILLARY CLINTON (NY) will make her first ever interactive webcast
> appearance as a keynote speaker on Wednesday, April 21st at 300 PM EDT.
> Senator Clinton's remarks will be part of a panel discussion on the
> "Non-Traditional Student". In February, Senator Clinton and Senator Bob
> Graham (FL) announced legislation to assist older students, full-time
> workers and other so-called "non-traditional" students who are pursuing a
> college degree.
> Other panelists will include leaders in the community college movement.
> Among the confirmed guests are MARK DAVID MILLIRON, the President and
> Chief Executive Officer of the League for Innovation in the Community
> College, an international consortium dedicated to catalyzing the community
> college movement, ABE LACKMAN, President of the Council of Independent
> Colleges and Universities, and JOYCE S. TSUNODA, Emeritus Chancellor for
> the Community Colleges, University of Hawai'i and Senior Distinguished
> Visiting Scholar, East-West Center.
> The deadline for registering for the TCC 2004 ONLINE CONFERENCE scheduled
> for April 20-22, 2004 is extended to April 9, 2004. Details of the
> conference including keynote speakers and presentation titles are
> described below. Registration by April 9 guarantees participation in the
> NINTH ANNUAL TCC 2004 ONLINE CONFERENCE
> April 20-22, 2004 (1000 GMT)
> Pre-conference Dates: April 13-15, 2004
> "SURFING THE BROADBAND WAVE: THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME"
> Join us at the ninth annual TCC 2004 Online Conference to share your take
> on "Surfing the Broadband Wave: The Shape of Things to Come." This year's
> conference will focus on broadband's impact on learning and instruction,
> instructional support, global or International Education and online and
> hybrid learning. Conference presentations will highlight new technologies,
> collaborative learning, innovative practices and visions for the future.
> KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
> James Shimabukuro, Professor of English, University of Hawai'i Kapi'olani
> Community College and TCC Conference Founder.
> "The Force Is with US: Freedom in the New Classroom"
> Matt Neuburg, Classicist, Professor, Educator, Author, and Programmer.
> Contributing editor for tidBITS. Author of books and articles on Frontier,
> RealBASIC, Mac OS X, & AppleScript.
> "Teachers, Take Back the Network! Education, Programming, Bandwidth, and
> Marc Prensky, Founder & CEO, Games2train, thought leader, speaker, writer,
> consultant, game designer and author, "Digital Game-Based Learning."
> "Game Design: A New Language for Education"
> Burt Lum, Founder & President, Mindwind Labs, technologist and writer for
> Honolulu Advertiser's weekly column, "Bytemarks."
> "Broadband's Impact on Building Digital Communities"
> FEATURED PRESENTATION
> Alan Levine, Instructional Technologist, Maricopa County Community College
> District. "PhotoBlogging: Publish and Build Communities Around Digital
> SELECTED LIST OF PRESENTATIONS
> There will be over 30 presentations by faculty colleagues including the
> following titles:
> - Broadband & Information Literacy: Considering Research and Practice
> - The Affordance of Broadband for Professional Development in
> Instructional Design
> - Distributed Education: How Teachers and Students Use Interactive Audio
> and Video The
> - Making Talking Heads Interactive: Can We?
> - Adding Live Interaction to Your Online Course with HorizonLive
> - Five Reasons for Multimedia Assignments in the Web-Enhanced Classroom
> - Streaming Through Cyberspace for Learning at a Faster Pace
> - Multimodal Broadband and Thin Routes for International Collaborative
> - Helping Students and Faculty Stay Onboard, Regardless of the Size of the
> - Effects of Hypermedia upon Learning
> - Cyber Surfer and Copyright Law:
> - Asynchronous Interactions in Online Seminars: Building Communities of
> - Students Communicating Visually: Publishing Digital Photos with jClicker
> Slide Show
> - When Distance Education Isn't Distant
> - Asynchronous Discussion: Is More Dialogue Better?
> - Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, and Open Source Software
> - Designing Tasks that Facilitate Collaborative Learning and Critical
> Thinking Online
> - Fostering Successful Online Live Learning: Eight Best Practices
> - Effective Use of Video in Online Courses
> REGISTER ONLINE
-- Francois Lachance, Scholar-at-large http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~lachance
mnemonic is to analytic as mimetic is to synthetic
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 08 Apr 2004 07:11:46 +0100 From: Silvia Hansen-Schirra <email@example.com> Subject: Final Call for Papers: LINC-04
** CALL FOR PAPERS **
5th International Workshop on Linguistically Interpreted Corpora (LINC-04)
A workshop to be held at COLING-04 the 20th International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Geneva, 29 August 2004
Silvia Hansen-Schirra (Saarland University, Saarbrücken) Stephan Oepen (University of Oslo & CSLI, Stanford University) Hans Uszkoreit (Saarland University & DFKI, Saarbrücken)
TOPIC AND MOTIVATION:
Large linguistically interpreted corpora play an increasingly important role for machine learning, evaluation, psycholinguistics as well as theoretical linguistics. Many research groups are engaged in the creation of corpus resources annotated with morphological, syntactic, semantic and discourse information for a variety of languages. We aim to bring together these activities in order to identify and disseminate best practice in the development and utilization of linguistically interpreted corpora.
The aim of the workshop is to exchange and propagate research results with resprect to the annotation, conversion and exploitation of corpora taking into account different applications and theoretical investigations in the field of language technology and research. We invite submissions of papers constituting substantial, original, and unpublished work on all aspects of linguistically interpreted corpora, including, but not limited to: - creation of practical annotation schemes - efficient annotation techniques - automation of corpus annotation - tools supporting corpus conversions - validation including consistency checking of corpora - browsing corpora and searching for instances of linguistic phenomena - relating actual annotation to contemporary linguistic theory - interpretation of quantitative results - use of annotated corpora in the automated induction of linguistic knowledge
Rob Malouf, Assistant Professor at the Department of Linguistics and Oriental Languages at San Diego State University, will be our keynote speaker.
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 08 Apr 2004 07:12:19 +0100 From: "Ray Siemens" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Digital Humanities / Humanities Computing Summer Institute (U Victoria, June 25-30, 2004)
[Please forward to interested colleagues and students / please excuse x-posting.]
April 30 Early Registration Deadline for the
2004 Digital Humanities / Humanities Computing Summer Institute University of Victoria, June 25-30, 2004 http://web.uvic.ca/hrd/institute/
The Digital Humanities / Humanities Computing Summer Institute provides an environment ideal to discuss, to learn about, and to advance skills in the new computing technologies, over a week of intensive coursework, seminar participation, and lectures.
The institute is hosted by the University of Victoria's Faculty of Humanities and its Humanities Computing and Media Centre, and is co-sponsored by the University of Victoria, Malaspina University-College. It is supported also by the Consortium for Computing in the Humanities / Consortium pour ordinateurs en sciences humaines, the Association for Computers and the Humanities, the Canadian Initiative on Digital Libraries, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Image, Text, Sound and Technology Strategic Research Grant program, and others.
Curriculum offerings are:
 Text Encoding Fundamentals and Their Application  Digitisation Fundamentals and Their Application  Computer-Assisted Textual Analysis  Intermediate Encoding: Advanced TEI Encoding Issues, Metadata, Text Transformations, and Databases  Multimedia: Design for Visual, Auditory, and Interactive Electronic Environments  Large Project Planning, Funding, and Management  Curriculum Development
Before April 30, registration fees for the six days of the institute will be $950 (CDN) for faculty and staff, and $450 for students; fees are reduced for members of sponsoring institutions. For further details, see the institute's website, at this URL: http://web.uvic.ca/hrd/institute/ .
On behalf of all those involved in the institute, I welcome you to consider joining us, and I look forward to seeing you this summer.
With all best wishes,
Ray Siemens Director
____________ R.G. Siemens English, Malaspina University-College, Nanaimo, BC, Canada. V9R 5S5. Office: 335/120. Phone: (250)753-3245, x2046. Fax: (250) 740-6459. email@example.com http://purl.oclc.org/NET/R_G_Siemens.htm
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