LINHD is a Center for Digital Humanities in Spain and in Spanish that functions as a framework for innovation, research, advice and training for researchers and projects.
Las Humanidades Digitales requieren en ciertos proyectos de aplicaciones basadas en la minería de texto, como el webscraping, una técnica usada para extraer contenido de sitios web, que permite construir datasets o conjuntos de datos desde la web.
Presentación del buscador de paratextos de la Biblioteca de Ediciones de Clásicos Latinos en el Renacimiento (BECLaR)
En la Biblioteca Nacional de España: 22 de junio de 2022, 18:30h Las ediciones de los clásicos...
El LINHD aboradará en un Curso de Verano la creación de un proyecto en humanidades digitales basado en el análisis de textos
Creación de un proyecto en Humanidades Digitales basado en el análisis de textos: modelado y procesamiento, es un curso de verano cuyo objetivo es que los estudiantes puedan abordar un proyecto de humanidades digitales, centrado en textos, desde su inicio. Del 27 al 29 de junio de 2022, presencialmente en el Salón de Grados de la Facultad de Educación, o en línea.
LINHD is an international research center in Digital Humanities of the UNED that is established as a reference for innovation, research, dissemination, advice and training to researchers and projects in the humanities, as well as a pole of attraction of cultural activities aimed at bringing the humanities to society.
The laboratory therefore not only promotes the use of technologies in the areas of knowledge of Humanities, but also promotes the dissemination and presence of the Humanities throughout society by promoting the knowledge of the story, criticism as a backbone of social thought and serving as an open door to the dissemination of different artistic and cultural expressions.
LINHD is, first of all, a node for the management and gathering of information on Digital Humanities in Spanish for:
- Gather and organize information on projects, tools, researchers and publications in Digital Humanities at UNED, in Spain and in the world.
- Create an infrastructure for data management in Humanities that groups digital resources, projects and tools so that they are part of the same researcher’s desk, thus facilitating unified access to data
The LINHD’s mission is therefore twofold First, it aims to redefine the way of working in the humanities from innovation and technologies in the framework of the new information society. LINHD wants to give a new approach to research, making it collaborative, interdisciplinary, without barriers, non-hierarchical, and based on innovation and exchange of ideas as a source of enrichment through a flexible and adaptable system to the needs of the person and the moment. LINHD wants to give a new approach to research, making it collaborative, interdisciplinary, without barriers, non-hierarchical, and based on innovation and exchange of ideas as a source of enrichment through a flexible and adaptable system to the needs of the person and the moment.
In this sense, LINHD wants to respond to the growing needs that the new ways of knowledge transmission are imposing To do this, LINHD offers solutions for the development of research projects and infrastructures both at an individual level for researchers and teachers who wish to train in Digital Humanities, and for companies, institutions and organizations that have the need or desire to adapt to new changes and trends in technology applied to the humanities, from the systems traditionally used in the library field or in the field of information science, to the latest technologies based on artificial intelligence, language processing, visualization and semantic web.