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  • Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22 | Big Tent Digital Humanities
    Thank you all for coming to Stanford it was a pleasure to have you here and though we re sad to see you go we hope you re leaving us feelin groovy Peace Next year in Hamburg Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Fun Run Results Fun Fun Fun Posted on June 21 2011 by mjockers 21 DHer s Showed up for the first annual DH Fun Run Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Alan Liu to Speak at centerNet Lunch Posted on June 18 2011 by mjockers Alan Liu Chair and Professor of English at University of Santa Barbara known for Voice of the Shuttle The Laws of Cool Local Transcendence Essays on Postmodern Historicism and the Database and now for his work on 4Humanities will be the centerNet luncheon speaker at the Digital Humanities 2011 conference on Wed June 22nd His presentation is titled 4Humanities The Digital Humanities Community Humanities Advocacy More information about Liu is available at http liu english ucsb edu Details about the location and schedule can be found in the Conference Schedule Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off DH11 Breaking News Posted on June 16 2011 by mjockers The Conference schedule has just been updated Mostly minor changes a few room numbers times and moving of the fun run to the morning in order to accommodate a very busy series of afternoon evening events and the hot weather that has descended upon the Bay Area We have also just learned that Sunday is World Music Day in Palo Alto Those of you arriving early may want to check it out See you all very soon Glen and Matt Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Conference Schedule Now Available Posted on June 13 2011 by mjockers The Pre Conference Conference and Post Conference Schedule is now available on line DH 2011 Conference Schedule Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Information for Presenters Posted on June 11 2011 by gworthey General Wireless internet will be available to all presenters as well as to the audience We re working to insure that there are ample power outlets for your laptop batteries knowing our DH community we expect they ll be getting a real good workout Poster Session This year s unified poster session will be in a spacious and elegant ballroom If you look at the schedule you ll see there s no competition from any other papers or events We know from your abstracts that you ve put a lot of effort into these presentations of your work and we hope to make DH2011 s poster session the most visible comfortable and well attended ever Each poster presenter will have one side of a stand alone poster board that is 4 high and 8 wide and several will have a place to set a laptop We ll have push pins appropriate for these boards but if you d like something special or out of the ordinary to hang your poster please bring it with you Papers and Panels Projectors will be

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  • Accommodations & Travel | Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22
    CFP Contacts Venue Local Lunch Spots Palo Alto Restaurants Accommodations Travel Accommodations on campus and off campus Traveling to Stanford Stanford s free shuttle Marguerite maps and schedules Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Search for Local Weather Overcast and 64 F at Palo Alto Airport CA Winds are Variable at 4 6 MPH 4 KT The humidity is 83 Last Updated on Sep 21 2014 7 47 am PDT Links Campus Parking Conference Schedule DH Fun Run DH2011 Network Visualization DH2011 Rss Feed iStanford iPhone APP Login Past Conferences Searchable Book of Abstracts Twitter Archives Twitter Hash dh11 Visitor Info Venue Main Conference Venue Recent Posts Conference video Opening Keynote by David Rumsey Conference video Closing Keynote by JB Michel and Erez Lieberman Conference video Zampolli Prize Lecture by Chad Gaffield dh11 Twitter archives So long DH2011 Archives November 2012 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 October 2010 September 2010 Recent Earth Quakes Data Feed Deprecated September 21 2014 M 2 2 Island of Hawaii Hawaii September 21 2014 M 3 0 Puerto Rico region September 21 2014 M 3 1 Puerto Rico region September

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  • Accommodations | Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22
    is a charming historic hotel located in downtown Palo Alto located about a mile from the Stanford campus and just a few blocks further than the other conference hotels Use this link to book at this special conference rate available from June 17 24 2011 Palo Alto Sheraton 100 rooms held at 119 189 plus tax per night depending on day of the week the rate may fluctuate in this range Reservations must be made by May 30th Note if you wish to make reservations that include days outside the main conference dates June 19 23 please send email to Luz at llopez pahotel com and kbaumgardner pahotel com and mention Digital Humanities Conference Unfortunately the hotel s web form will only let you book for the blocked days but if you contact them via email you can get the conference rates for days outside the block The Stanford Terrace Inn 20 rooms held at 155 single occupancy 165 double occupancy plus tax per night Includes Breakfast Internet and Parking Reservations must be made by May 18th Please ask for the Digital Humanities Conference Rate when booking Note The Stanford Terrace Inn has come under new management since we first arranged for this block of rooms The new management is unable to honor the rate previously advertised on this web site Other options Rooms are not being held but do ask for the Stanford rate Menlo Park Best Western 149 199 plus tax per night For all of the hotels a standard tax rate of approximately 12 1 will apply The on campus accommodations do not charge tax Comments are closed Search for Local Weather Overcast and 64 F at Palo Alto Airport CA Winds are Variable at 4 6 MPH 4 KT The humidity is 83 Last Updated on

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  • Travel | Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22
    Corner of Railroad Sctc And Transit Loop Walk to Santa Clara Station 4 min walk Continue along Railroad Ave 0 02 miles Take Caltrain NORTHBOUND towards San Francisco Station Board Santa Clara Station Off Board Palo Alto Station If you are flying into San Francisco Airport follow these directions Transit Trip Itinerary Fare 8 50 Total Travel Time 00 42 Total Walk Time 00 03 BART SFO Pittsburg Bay Point towards Pittsburg Bay Point Board Sfo San Francisco Off Board San Bruno BART Richmond Millbrae towards Millbrae Board San Bruno Off Board Millbrae Walk to Millbrae Station 3 min walk Caltrain SOUTHBOUND towards Diridon Station San Jose Board Millbrae Station Off Board Palo Alto Station Build your own Bay Area Trip Plan at http tripplanner transit 511 org Taxis and Airport Shuttles Traveling from local airports to Stanford by taxi can be expensive and we do not recommend it Taxis can easily be used for traveling to and from the Stanford campus within Palo Alto A number of private companies also provide shuttle transportation from airports to the Stanford campus Fares from Airports to Stanford Campus From San Jose Airport SJC Taxicab 45 Airport shuttle 29 From San Francisco Airport SFO Taxicab 90 Airport shuttle 25 Taxis that serve San Francisco Airport are San Francisco city taxis that often charge double rate to travel south to the Stanford campus Palo Alto Taxi Cab Companies A A Yellow Cab 650 568 9966 AAA Yellow Cab 650 361 1234 Stanford Yellow Cab 650 321 3535 Yellow Cab USA 650 839 1234 Yellow Checker Cab 650 328 3322 Airport Shuttle Companies South East Bay Airport Shuttle 1 800 548 4664 SuperShuttle 1 800 BLUEVAN Comments are closed Search for Local Weather Overcast and 64 F at Palo Alto Airport CA Winds are Variable

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  • Registration | Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22
    to register at the member rate call 1 800 852 7323 in the US Canada 44 0 1865 353907 UK Europe 81 3 5444 5858 Japan 86 0 10 8520 0524 China Don t forget to ask for and record your subscriber number Also see the ADHO Membership FAQ for more information on becoming a member of one or more of the ADHO societies Note 1 Some people have experienced problems with overly tenacious and persistent cookies when trying to fill out the Registration and Campus Housing forms simultaneously in two different browser tabs We recommend first that you tackle one form at a time and then if you have problems e g are asked to fill out required fields that don t actually appear on the form you re using try closing your browser before filling out the second form Our apologies for this bug Note 2 If your travel companion is interested in attending any of the DH2011 social events banquet or excursions without attending the conference please have him or her simply complete a second registration form and select only the activities desired Comments are closed Search for Local Weather Overcast and 64 F at Palo Alto Airport CA Winds are Variable at 4 6 MPH 4 KT The humidity is 83 Last Updated on Sep 21 2014 7 47 am PDT Links Campus Parking Conference Schedule DH Fun Run DH2011 Network Visualization DH2011 Rss Feed iStanford iPhone APP Login Past Conferences Searchable Book of Abstracts Twitter Archives Twitter Hash dh11 Visitor Info Venue Main Conference Venue Recent Posts Conference video Opening Keynote by David Rumsey Conference video Closing Keynote by JB Michel and Erez Lieberman Conference video Zampolli Prize Lecture by Chad Gaffield dh11 Twitter archives So long DH2011 Archives November 2012 June 2011 May 2011

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  • Schedule | Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22
    SDH SEMI executive council meetings Tutorials and Workshops Sunday June 19 ADHO Steering Committee Tutorials and Workshops Main Conference Sunday June 19 6 00 p m Dinkelspiel Auditorium Opening plenary Keynote by David Rumsey reception to follow Monday June 20 8 30 a m 5 30 p m Arrillaga Alumni Center Main conference program 5 30 p m Arrillaga Alumni Center HathiTrust Research Center launch reception to follow Tuesday June 21 8 30 a m 3 30 p m Arrillaga Alumni Center Main conference program 4 00 p m Dinkelspiel Auditorium Zampolli Prize Lecture Chad Gaffield reception to follow DH Sunset Fun Run 6 30 p m Come out for an easy paced scenic run and enjoy a dramatic view of the entire Bay and the Silicon Valley from the Stanford Dish Total Loop Distance 4 5 miles Wednesday June 22 8 30 a m 5 30 p m Arrillaga Alumni Center Main conference program 4 00 p m Dinkelspiel Auditorium Closing plenary Keynote by J B Michel and Erez Lieberman Aiden 6 00 p m Computer History Museum Conference Banquet Thursday June 23 Excursions Comments are closed Search for Local Weather Overcast and 64 F at Palo Alto Airport CA Winds are Variable at 4 6 MPH 4 KT The humidity is 83 Last Updated on Sep 21 2014 7 47 am PDT Links Campus Parking Conference Schedule DH Fun Run DH2011 Network Visualization DH2011 Rss Feed iStanford iPhone APP Login Past Conferences Searchable Book of Abstracts Twitter Archives Twitter Hash dh11 Visitor Info Venue Main Conference Venue Recent Posts Conference video Opening Keynote by David Rumsey Conference video Closing Keynote by JB Michel and Erez Lieberman Conference video Zampolli Prize Lecture by Chad Gaffield dh11 Twitter archives So long DH2011 Archives November 2012 June 2011 May 2011 April

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  • Workshops | Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22
    Tutorial 1 Introductory TEI ODD Room Meyer Library 280D Language Lab Half day Tutorials 1 00 4 30 p m Tutorial 2 Integrating Digital Humanities Projects into the Undergraduate Curriculum Room Meyer Library 280C Language Lab Tutorial 3 An Introduction to XForms for Digital Humanists How XForms Can Help Your Project Room Meyer Library 280E Language Lab All day Workshop 8 30 a m 4 30 p m This workshop is full and registration is closed as of June 1 2011 Workshop Visualization for Literary History Room 220 Meyer Library Flex Classroom Sunday June 19 Half day Tutorials 8 30 a m noon Tutorial 4 Introduction to Text Analysis With Voyeur Tools Room Meyer Library 220 Flex Classroom Tutorial 5 Gabmap A Web Application for Analyzing Linguistic Variation Room Meyer Library 280E Language Lab Half day Tutorials 1 00 4 30 p m Tutorial 6 is full registration is closed as of May 23 2011 Tutorial 6 Natural Language Processing Tools for the Digital Humanities Room Meyer Library 220 Flex Classroom Tutorial 7 Network and Topical Analysis for the Humanities using NWB and Sci2 Room Meyer Library 280E Language Lab Comments are closed Search for Local Weather Overcast and 64 F at Palo Alto Airport CA Winds are Variable at 4 6 MPH 4 KT The humidity is 83 Last Updated on Sep 21 2014 7 47 am PDT Links Campus Parking Conference Schedule DH Fun Run DH2011 Network Visualization DH2011 Rss Feed iStanford iPhone APP Login Past Conferences Searchable Book of Abstracts Twitter Archives Twitter Hash dh11 Visitor Info Venue Main Conference Venue Recent Posts Conference video Opening Keynote by David Rumsey Conference video Closing Keynote by JB Michel and Erez Lieberman Conference video Zampolli Prize Lecture by Chad Gaffield dh11 Twitter archives So long DH2011 Archives November 2012

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  • Tutorial 1: Introductory TEI ODD | Digital Humanities 2011: June 19 – 22
    ODD for documenting and constraining your project s TEI XML This beginners level course provides a hands on practical introduction to the basic ideas of the TEI ODD system exploring the process of designing a TEI profile from the user perspective and using the TEI s Roma web application to model a schema We will explore the full capabilities of Roma from designing and testing a basic XML schema with a few clicks up to the design of a highly customized and multilingual application profile Participants will be taught using Roma and the oXygen XML editor They will define a detailed customization of the TEI generate schemas and documentation and have an understanding of the TEI ODD language This tutorial will equip participants with the necessary skills to customize the TEI for their project s specific needs 2 Tutorial Structure Talk 1 An introduction to TEI ODD concepts and the Roma Web Application 30min Exercise 1 Creating your first TEI customization 30 min Talk 2 More complicated TEI customizations 30 min Exercise 2 Constraining and Extending the TEI for your Project 30 min Talk 3 The TEI ODD Format What is happening underneath 30 min Exercise 3 Editing the underlying TEI ODD files 30 min 3 Contact Information Dr James Cummings Oxford University Computing Services 13 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 6NN UK 44 1865 283296 james cummings oucs ox ac uk Bio Dr James Cummings helps to manage a team of developers in the Oxford University Computing Services working on digital humanities projects He is a member of the TEI Oxford group providing training and support for TEI projects and has served on the TEI Technical Council since 2004 He is the elected director of the Digital Medievalist project Sebastian Rahtz Oxford University Computing Services 13 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 6NN UK 44 1865 283431 sebastian rahtz oucs ox ac uk Bio Sebastian Rahtz manages the Information and Support Group inside the Oxford University Computing Services He is is a member of the TEI Oxford group providing training and support for TEI projects was a member of the TEI Board of Directors from 2000 to 2009 and has been a member of the TEI Technical Council since 2001 He was lead architect for the ODD system in TEI P5 and has written much of the software which underpins the TEI s work 4 Previous venues Although substantially modified much of this material has been tested out for a much smaller group in an Understanding ODD pre conference workshop for the TEI Members Meeting and Conference 2010 The tutors have taught TEI on summer schools at Oxford for the last 5 years to groups of c 20 delegates and regular teach TEI concepts to small groups 5 Special Requirements A room with computers provided with web access and browser and the oXygen XML editor from www oxygenxml com installed we can provide a free trial license Comments are closed Search for Local Weather Overcast and 64 F at Palo Alto Airport

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