Agenda

Tuesday 13 April - Morning session

Location: Online

(Time: All times are CET - Vienna time)

 

9:30 - Welcome - Max Kaiser (Austrian National Library)

9:40 - Introduction NewsEye Project Overview - Antoine Doucet (Project Coordinator, University of La Rochelle)

Brief introductions on NewsEye outputs and workflows - ‘what goes into the platform/what lies beneath?’

10:00: Data Models, Data Collection and preservation, Data Generation - Günter Hackl (University of Innsbruck)

10:15 Article Separation - Roger Labahn (University of Rostock)

10:30 NER-NEL-stance and Event Detection - Antoine Doucet (University of La Rochelle)

10:45 Analysis of content in a given context, comparative analysis of content in a given context, intelligible representation of statistical analysis - Elaine Zosa (University of Helsinki)

 

(11:00 - 11:15 Break)

 

(continued) workflow + introductions to the NewsEye Platform

11:15 Personal Research Assistant and its three components: Investigator, Reporter, Explainer - Lidia Pivovarova and Leo Leppänen (University of Helsinki)

11:35 NewsEye Demonstrator - ‘one comprehensive platform’ - Axel Jean-Caurant (University of La Rochelle)

12:20 Case Studies and Content - ‘the meat to the bones’ - examples of work being done and how the Demonstrator has been used with Digital Humanities case studies to date and usage of external tools. Two examples on Migration by Dr. Sarah Oberbichler (University of Innsbruck) and Gender by Nejma Omari (University Paul Valery Montpellier III)

 

(12:45 - 13:45 Lunch Break)

 

Tuesday 13 April - Afternoon session

13:45 - 16:30 Hands-on Workshop - using the tools!

Location: Online

(Time: All times are CET - Vienna time)

(limited capacity, pre registration only!)

 

Tasks and demos will include:

1. Building a dataset using the NewsEye Demonstrator – searching, refining and adding documents on the topic of ‘Spanish Flu’ to a dataset.

2. Running automated experiments (Personal Research Assistant)

3. Exporting the dataset and usage of external tools - how outputs from research within the Demonstrator can be used with other visualisation or analytical tools.

 

16:45 - 17:00 Round-Up Session

 

17:00 Close