Knowledge Graph & Ontology
Knowledge Graph (Ontology) building demystified: details on when and how to subscribe soon to be announced
This series of workshops focuses on the design and building of domain ontologies in Digital Humanities using Protégé, the most popular, open source, ontology editor available. Students will focus on how to apply the techniques needed to build and query Digital Humanities knowledge graphs with Protégé. The main learning objective is to understand the entire process of how to design, construct, and query a knowledge graph to answer research questions in Digital Humanities.
Topics include graph databases, querying knowledge graphs, data structuring, Semantic Web, Linked Data, Linked Open Data cloud. The workshops will run every month (March to July 2021) and will include significant hands-on experience. As an integral part of the course each student will do a project using the research and tools covered.
Introduction to Ontology for Classical Scholars
Workshop – Department of Philology – University of Crete (2/2/2021): Introduction-to-Ontology Worksheet1 Worksheet2 Thuc.3.75-80
Digital Humanities
New Training Sessions 2021: to follow up soon
This doctoral seminar is an introduction to Digital Humanities defined as the application of methods and tools from Information and Communication Technologies to areas of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Rather than a simple application of computer tools, Digital Humanities offer a multidisciplinary perspective that has recently led to rethinking certain practices, e.g., in the acquisition and representation of knowledge in the field, and opened up new perspectives for the disciplines concerned.
In the framework of this training, the focus will be on the digital representation of cultural objects in the form of Linked and Open Data accessible by means of standards of the Semantic Web.
To validate the acquired knowledge, the seminar includes a full day of hands-on practice on how to query and to structure data in cultural heritage collections.
The registration fee is 150 euros for the 2 days, if you hold a grant for your research/studies. The amount is 50 euros for both days, if you are taking the training on a personal basis. Registration fees are due to the University of Savoie Mont Blanc.
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