EAGLE 2016 Pre-conference Workshops
January 26, 2016
Digilab, Sapienza University of Rome
Ex Vetrerie Sciarra, Via dei Volsci 122 Roma
The following three workshops will be held the day before the EAGLE 2016 Conference, January 26, 2016.
These, together with the conference, are all free of charge and open to the public, but have limited places available (20 for each workshop).
You can either book workshop 1 or 2.
To request a place at the workshop(s), send an email with
- your name and affiliation
- a short statement (1-2 lines) on your motivation to participate
to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 December 2015.
You will receive confirmation and further details as soon as possible thereafter.
Workshop 1 – Translations
Morning 26th January Aula Seminari e Tesi 9:00 -12:00
The need for translations of epigraphic documents, both for didactic and research purposes as well as for user engagement, has become patent in the latest years. The EAGLE MediaWiki has been collecting translations and is integrated with Perseids to allow board revision of the translations submitted to the Wikibase powered wiki. In this half day workshop you will be shown how the EAGLE MediaWiki works and you will enter your own translations of inscriptions.
Workshop 2 will be held by members of the EAGLE Working Group 1 on Translations and content curation.
Workshop 2 – EAGLE search engine and Storytelling Application
Afternoon 26th January 2016 Aula Seminari e Tesi 14:00 -18:00
The EAGLE Storytelling Application allows users to write short articles with easy access to the primary sources (inscriptions, maps, etc.). During this workshop you will be shown how to write your own story with the EAGLE Storytelling application. You will get to know about the EAGLE Vocabularies, the iDAI gazetteer and the EAGLE search engine and portal.
Workshop 3 will be held by Francesco Mambrini
Coffee, Lunch and Refreshments aux frais des participants.