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Programma CLiP 2003

Giovedì 4 dicembre
9:00-9:45Apertura del Convegno
9:45-10:30Rodolfo Delmonte Università Cà Foscari
NLP Technologies for Feedback Generation in Language Learning
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Sessione su e-learning
Presiede il tavolo Grazyna Cooper
Oxford University Computing Services
10:30-11:00Concha Sanz Miguel Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Informática Humanística tras la Declaración de Bolonia
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11:00-11:20Caffè
11:20-11:50 Edward Tosques Università degli Studi di Firenze
E-testing
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11:50-12:20Anna Bianchi Scuola Media "Rizzo-Alessi" Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche CNR Genova
Fabio Mantegazza Scuola M. S. "Milani" Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche CNR Genova
Un percorso didattico in rete per l'Italiano-lingua seconda
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12:20-12:50Manuel Ortega Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Evolving to Ubiquitous Elearning Environments: a Collaborative Writing Scenario
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12:50-14:00Pranzo
Sessione sull'editoria digitale
Presiede il tavolo Concha Sanz Miguel
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
14:00-14:30Elisabeth Burr Universität Bremen
Multilingualism and the web
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14:30-15:00 Patrizia Cotoneschi Firenze University Press
L'editoria digitale della Firenze University Press
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15:00-15:30Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Presentación y análisis de un libro digital
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15:30-16:00Luisa Carrer University of Edinburgh
MulticulturalitÓ e risorse per la rete: la voce degli immigrati in Italia
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Venerdì 5 dicembre
Apertura della giornata
9:00-9:45Allen Renear University of Illinois
Text - From Several Points of View
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Sessione su linguistica computazionale
e traduzione automatica e assistita
Preside il tavolo Francisco A. Marcos-Marín
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
9:45-10:15Eugenio Picchi Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale CNR Pisa
Linguistic Miner
10:15-10:45Antonio Capani e Francesco Robbiano i2c Association - informatics to consumer
HAT: Human Aided Translation
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10:45-11:15 Inés Jacob Universidad de Deusto - Bilbao
Gestión de traducciones mediante metadatos TEI y XLIFF
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11:15-11:30Caffè
Sessione sulle applicazioni informatiche nella filologia
Presiede il tavolo Elisabeth Burr
Universität Duisburg-Essen
11:30-12:00Harold Short e Paul Spence King's College London
La integración del patrimonio cultural, de la investigación académica, y de la tecnología: el hub de información 'Early Modern Spain' - un estudio de casos
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12:00-12:30Francisco A. Marcos-Marín Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Diachrony and Computational Reconstruction
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12:30-13:00Daniele Silvi UniversitÓ di Roma Tor Vergata
Un esempio di applicazione di analisi testuale informatica: La Batracomiomachia di Giacomo Leopardi
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13:00-13:30 Rosalie Sitman Tel Aviv University
Reflections on the Use of the Online Press for Language Teaching from the Perspective of Spanish as a Foreign Language
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13:30-14:30Pranzo
Sessione su applicazione nella filologia
Presiede il tavolo Harold Short
King's College London
14:30-15:00Cinzia Puscedu University of Edinburgh
Domenico Fiormonte Università di Roma III
The Valerio Magrelli Genetic Machine
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15:00-15:30 Simona Casciano Università di Roma
Esperimento per un'edizione diplomatico-interpretativa computerizzata dei Ricordi di Francesco Guicciardini
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Sabato 6 dicembre
Post conference Workshop
Introduction to XML and the TEI

Dipartimento di Italianistica
Laboratorio LABLITA


Workshop
Morning session 9:30-13
Afternoon session 14:00-17:30

Presenters

  • Alejandro Bia, Department of Languages and Information Systems (DLSI), University of Alicante (Politécnica 4)
  • Elena Pierazzo, University of Pisa
  • Harold Short, Director, Center for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

This hands-on workshop sponsored by the ALLC provides an introduction to the theory and practice of encoding electronic texts for the humanities.
Theory, and practicalities of encoding in XML (Extensible Markup Language) using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) guidelines will be presented. No previous knowledge of XML or the TEI is necessary
Topics to be Covered
  • Introduction to mark-up languages: HTML/SGML/XML
  • Introduction to mark-up following the Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines
  • Introduction to CSS and XML
  • Encoding exercise using XML and TEI Lite

The workshop will be guest in the LABLITA lab at the Italian Department of the University of Florence. Free admission till 20 participants. Registration of attendants during the conference at the Conference desk. The workshop will be held in English.

CLIP2003 - conference - http://lablita.dit.unifi.it/clip2003/