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Re: CfP: AIUCD 2019

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Paolo Monella <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 23 Oct 2018 15:08:14 +0200

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Dear all,

I am writing on behalf of the Scientific Committee of the AIUCD 2019 
Conference, to announce that the deadline for submitting abstracts has 
been postponed to November 5, 2018 at 11:59 PM.

All best,
Paolo Monella


Il 18/09/18 15:46, Paolo Monella ha scritto:
> Dear all,
> 
> AIUCD2019, the yearly conference of AIUCD (Associazione per 
> l'Informatica Umanistica e la Cultura Digitale), will be held in Udine, 
> Italy, from the 23th to the 25th January 2019. The hosting institution 
> is the Dipartimento di Studi umanistici e del Patrimonio culturale 
> (DIUM) of the Università degli Studi di Udine.
> 
> Further information is available in the conference website
> https://aiucd2019.wordpress.com/
> 
> An Italian version of the call for papers below is available in
> https://aiucd2019.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/
> 
> Feel free to circulate widely, and apologies for cross-posting.
> 
> All best,
> Paolo Monella
> 
> ---
> 
> # Call for Papers
> 
> The main topic of the AIUCD 2019 Conference is ‘Pedagogy, teaching, and 
> research in the age of Digital Humanities’. The conference aims at 
> reflecting on the new possibilities that the digital yields for 
> pedagogy, teaching, and scholarly research: how will these transform 
> teaching in the humanities? What contributions can humanistic cultural 
> critique offer to the digital revolution? What is the connection with 
> the digitization plan for Universities outlined by the Ministry? It also 
> concerns the Digital Humanities as a new discipline, and this brings 
> forward further considerations: how can the new professional figure of 
> the digital humanist be developed? Which areas of knowledge define the 
> Digital Humanities as a subject of study, research, and teaching? How 
> can we recognise, classify, describe, and evaluate research efforts in 
> the Digital Humanities?
> 
> While open to other topics related to Digital Humanities, proposals for 
> contributions are particularly encouraged on the following:
> 
> General questions:
> * the epistemological positioning and area of knowledge of DH in 
> relation to the systems of Academic Research Areas (Settori 
> Scientifico-Disciplinari) and  Recruiting in Italy;
> * the positioning of DH in the European and International academic systems;
> * the evaluation of research in DH beyond traditional publications;
> * dissemination, public history, and crowdsourcing within research 
> projects;
> * the role of inter(multi-trans-cross)-disciplinary DH research in 
> European projects, enquiry, and teaching.
> 
> Pedagogy and teaching questions:
> * teaching DH: which models, technologies, and methods?
> * teaching the humanities in secondary schools and universities with DH 
> tools;
> * teaching DH at the University: how is it taught today?
> * DH and media: production, dissemination, and analytical prospects
> * teaching history and DH;
> * DH and didactic strategies;
> * DH and hands-on teaching practices;
> * DH and primary source teaching;
> * Big Data methodologies and technologies in DH research and teaching.
> * Questions concerning research efforts:
> * statistical and quantitative research methods and their teaching 
> applications;
> * Data Science and the role of DH in the definition of new knowledge;
> * Information science and DH:  meeting points and methodological 
> integration;
> * cultural and social impact of humanities research with computational 
> methodologies;
> * Semantic web technologies and linked open data in the humanities;
> * models and tools for knowledge representation in the humanities and 
> the cultural heritage sector;
> * visualization methodologies and technologies and their significance 
> for humanities and cultural heritage knowledge and information;
> * Natural Language Processing methodologies and applications for the 
> humanities;
> * digitization methodologies and technologies for the production, 
> preservation, and promotion of digital cultural heritage.
> 
> # Deadlines
> 
> The deadline for submitting proposals is the 25th October 2018 (h. 23.59 
> CET).
> 
> Notifications of acceptance will be sent to the authors by 15th December 
> 2018.
> 
> The official languages of the Conference are Italian and English. 
> However, it is possible to present in other languages if English slides 
> are provided.
> 
> # Proposal categories and submission
> 
> Proposals must be sent in the form of an extended abstract (see below 
> for details), using the ConfTool conference management system, 
> accessible at: http://www.conftool.net/aiucd2019
> 
> The Conference provides the following proposal categories:
> 
> 1. long proposal (30 mins: 20 mins + 10 mins for for questions and 
> answers): it should discuss innovative methodologies and their 
> theoretical foundations, experiences of analysis and applications that 
> are methodologically significant within a discipline; presentations 
> devoted to presenting a specific tool or resource are acceptable only if 
> they include a thorough critical discussion of the methods used and/or a 
> theoretical evaluation of the results obtained;
> 2. short proposal (20 mins: 15 mins + 5 mins for questions and answers): 
> it must present a mature research product or a research project;
> 3. panel (90 or 45 mins, including questions and answers): a series of 
> presentations (maximum 6) should describe, from a theoretical and 
> methodological point of view, a specific topic or a critical 
> presentation of the grounding, methods and results of a big project;
> 4. poster: must primarily address the progress of an ongoing project or 
> the technical details of a tool or of a digital resource;
> 5. workshop and tutorial: in the two days prior to the Conference, one 
> or two workshops or tutorials on topics or tools of interest to the DH 
> community will be accepted.
> 
> Proposals will be evaluated through double-blind peer review by scholars 
> in the Humanities, Computer Science and/or Digital Humanities. The 
> proposal evaluation will be carried out based on the following criteria:
> 
> * Relevance to the topic of the conference; consistency with the Digital 
> Humanities and Digital Culture domains.
> * Originality, relevance, or innovative approach.
> * Methodological rigour, accurate description of the methodology; the 
> research presented should be reproducible
> * Adequacy of the theoretical and conceptual approach to the reference 
> domain.
> * Consistency of arguments; clear definition of the objectives; 
> coherence between objectives and results.
> * Critical analysis of the literature; a bibliography
> * Quality of any technical solutions proposed within the reference domain.
> * Good balance between the Humanities and Computer Science components of 
> the research.
> * Structure of the text; quality of writing; ease of understanding; 
> explanations of scientific language.
> 
> At the end of the evaluation process, the Program Committee may decide 
> to move an accepted proposal to a different category of presentation.
> 
> To submit a proposal, please sign into ConfTool 
> (http://www.conftool.net/aiucd2019). When submitting a proposal, authors 
> must specify keywords from those suggested by the platform in order to 
> facilitate the review process.
> 
> # Proposal structure and formats
> 
> Proposals must clearly present the goals of the contribution, provide a 
> brief overview of current research in the field, specify and discuss the 
> methodology adopted and, where appropriate, the results obtained or 
> expected. The abstracts will be published in a book with an ISBN 
> identifier. The most promising contributions will be selected for 
> publication as full articles in the AIUCD Umanistica Digitale journal 
> (https://umanisticadigitale.unibo.it). Proposals must also include a 
> short bibliography. Figures or tables may be included. The length of the 
> proposal varies depending on the type of proposal:
> 
> * Long paper proposal should be 1500-1800 words in length (including 
> footnotes but excluding the bibliography);
> * Short paper and poster proposals should be 800-1000 words in length 
> (including footnotes but excluding the bibliography);
> * Panel proposals should be 800-1000 words in length plus 200-250 words 
> for each single presentation, (including footnotes but excluding the 
> bibliography);
> * Workshop or tutorial proposals should be at least 1000 words and 
> include: a title and a short description of the content and its 
> relevance to the conference and the DH community in general, complete 
> information of all tutors with a brief description of their research 
> interests and previous experience, requests for technical support at the 
> conference, and whether the workshop will have its own Call for 
> Participation.
> 
> When submitting the proposal, ConfTool also requires the provision of a 
> short abstract (300 words). Proposals should be drafted according to the 
> templates available at:
> 
> * Word: 
> https://aiucd2019.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/template-abstract-aiucd2019-en.doc 
> 
> * ODT: 
> https://aiucd2019.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/template-abstract-aiucd2019-en.odt 
> 
> 
> which also includes editorial specifications. Valid formats are DOCX, 
> DOC, and ODT.
> 
> The official languages of the AIUCD 2019 Conference are Italian and 
> English, but it is possible to submit a proposal also in the following 
> languages: French, German and Spanish. In these cases, it is mandatory 
> to provide a short abstract in English in ConfTool.
> 
> Posters should be written in Italian or English. Posters will also need 
> to clearly present the objectives of the project, provide a brief 
> overview of the state of the art and the methodologies adopted and, 
> where appropriate, the results obtained or expected. They must also 
> contain a short bibliography. The format is portrait A1 (841x594 mm). 
> Posters will be displayed in a dedicated space at the Conference venue. 
> Display panels will be provided. Please bring your poster already 
> printed, as we are unable to provide a printing service. Personal laptop 
> computers may be used in the poster exhibition area. If your 
> presentation includes a laptop, please inform the organising committee 
> on acceptance of your proposal. Specific poster slam sessions will be 
> scheduled in the Conference programme to give authors the opportunity to 
> briefly introduce (max 2 minutes) their poster.
> 
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