Programme

December 4

9:00–10:00Registration and welcome coffee
10:00Opening of the conference
Plenary speech by Andra Siibak (University of Tartu)
11:30–12:00Coffee break
12:00–13:30Session 1
Maarja Ojamaa, Peeter Torop
Cultural Heritage and Digital Reading: Between Book and Platform
Peter Verhaar
Forging Active Partnerships: Academic Libraries as Collaborators in Computational Research
Margret Plank, Bastian Drees
Videos for Science Communication
13:30–14:30Lunch on your own
14:30Plenary speech by Mahendra Mahey (British Library)
Building better global digital cultural heritage innovation through Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) Labs
15:45–17:15Sessions
Session 2Session 3Session 4
Kasra Seirafi, Florian Wiencek
Digital Mediation of Art and Culture – From Web to Augmented Reality
Sanita Reinsone, Jānis Daugavietis
From Manuscript Transcription to Poetry Performances: Cultural Heritage Crowdsourcing in Practice 
Finn Arne Jørgensen
Making History: Critical Making, 3D Printing, and Digital Cultural Heritage in the History Classroom
Alin Olteanu, Kyle Davidso
Literacy Based on Conceptual Graphs: An Argument for a Semiotic Digital Humanities
Fred Puss
Estonian Surname Database: Problems and Solutions
Linda Kaljundi,  Tiina-Mall Kreem
From Museums to Students – Conceptualising and Mediating Digitized Images of History: 20+1 Educational Films and Worksheets About Visual Sources of Historical Memory
Mare Kõiva
Intangible Culture, Community Art and Data Set
Mari Sarv
Calculating Topics in Estonian Folksongs: Problems with Texts in Nonstandard Language
Alexandra Milyakina
Using Digital Cultural Heritage Sources for Education on Screen
17:15–17:45Coffee break
17:45–19:45Sessions
Session 5Session 6Session 7
Ville Rohiola, Anna Wessman
FindSampo – a New Digital Tool for Archaeological Finds Under Development
Nadzeya Charapan
Visitor Museum Experience – To Be or Not to Be Digital?
Anneli Mihkelev
Hypertextuality and Intertextuality in Digital Age: Hypertextual Poems as the Challenge and Game of the Reader’s Competence.
Anna Pisarevskaya, Antonina Puchkovskaia
GULAG’s Digital Storytelling Project
Tuuli Tuisk
Preserving Linguistic Heritage: Materials of Estonian Dialects and Kindred Languages at the University of Tartu
Piret Voolaid
How to Attract Schoolchildren to Collect Folklore: The Example of the Database of Graffiti
Elle-Mari Talivee, Kri Marie Vaik
The Collections of Friedebert Tuglas and the History of Ideas in 20th Century Estonia
Tseng Shu-hsien, Lee Yi-rong, Cheng Ching-ju
Innovative Usage of NCL Digital Collections-Library as a Collaborative Hub of DH in Taiwan
Rana Al Khouli
An Overview of Syrian Memes in the Digital Media
Magaly Bascones
Finding a Needle in a Haystack: Discoverability of Images
Feyza Ağlargöz, Ozan Ağlargöz, Tuğçe Tuğyam İlhan, Feyyaz Kaya
Shared on Your (Hi)Story: Instagram as a Tool for Informal Education in Museums
Deepika Kashyap
Internet Folklore and Online Mediated Identity: A Netnography Study in Nyishi Community, Arunachal Pradesh
20:00-22:00Reception, Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom (address: Toompea 8)

December 5

9:00
Plenary speech by Mikko Tolonen (University of Helsinki)
10:00–10:30Coffee break
10:30–12:00Sessions
Session 8Session 9Session 10
Dolores Romero López, Alicia Reina Navarro, Patricia Barrera Velasco
Interactive Reading of the Spanish Silver Age Literature: Teaching and Research Promoted by the National Library of Spain and Mnemosine Digital
Library
Risto Järv
Character Network of the “Old Tales about Reynard the Fox”
Pille Runnel, Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Krista Lepik
Analytical Dimensions for Understanding Digital Elements in the Museum Exhibition Space
Bernd Kulawik
The Cultural Heritage of Our ‘Digital Dark Age’ Thrown into the ‘Information Black Hole’: What Can It Teach Us and Our Students in the Near Future and ‘in the Long Run’?
Roxana Rogobete
Digital and Interactive Literature – Transgressing the Borders of Literature?
Avgoustinos Avgousti, Georgios Papaioannou
Knowledge  Dissemination: Community Reusable Human and Machine Understandable Content Models for Small Museums and Non Technical Scholars 
Indek Ibrus,  Maarja Ojamaa, Jaagup Kippar
The demes of Estonian Film History: Analysing the Networks of Films and Their Makers
Piret Viires
New Creative Practices: Alt Lit – Social Media Literature
Sofija Klarin Zadravec, Dragana Koljenik, Anita Marin, Tamara Ilić-Olujić
Networks of Virtual Exhibitions – Creative and Innovative Ways of Interpreting and Communicating Cultural Heritage
Inés Matres
Cultural Heritage Goes to School
12:00–13:00Lunch on your own
13:00–14:30 Sessions
Session 11Session 12Session 13
Pille Runnel, Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Agnes Aljas, Krista Lepik
Using Data to Understand the User Perspective of the Digital Objects and Displays in the Museum Exhibition
Ellen Prokop
Frick Digital Collections in the Classroom
Special Panel: Estonian Language and Culture in Digital Age
Jaak Rand (co-authors Mari Siiner, Jaanus Heinla, Kairi Kruus, Martin Sermat)
Digitisation of a Large- Scale (3800 x 4212 mm) Hand-Painted Topographic Map of Palmse Manor Estate, Dated 1859-1864
Krystyna K. Matusiak
Using Large-Scale Digital Libraries for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Helga Merits
The Labyrinth and the Library
Kirsty Lingstadt
The Work of LIBER DH Working Group
Sara Aubry
How to Meet Researchers’ Needs in Mining Web Archives – Experience of the National Library of France
14:30–15:00Coffee break
15:00–16:30Sessions
Session 14Session 15
Alin Olteanu, Florian Rabitz
A Semiotic Analysis of Digital Models: Semantic Networks of Environmental Research
Marin Laak
Content-Based Environments of Literary History as the Basis of Computational Literary Studies
Sree Ganesh Thotempudi, Ajinkya Prabhune, Rohan Raj, Kashish, Sarthak Manas Tripathy, Komal Kakade, Sudipt Panda
Optical Character Recognition with Neural Networks
Toni Sant
Sharing Open Knowledge About Malta’s Contemporary Arts Scene as Digital Cultural Heritage
Peeter Tinits
Estonian Language Community ca. 1900: Learning from Linked Metadata
Thorsten Kruse
The Fate of Abandoned Religious Heritage: the Case of Cyprus
16:30Closing words
17:00Annual meeting of the Estonian Society for Digital Humanities
17:00-18:00Guided tour of the National Library of Estonia. Registration on-site on 4 December at registration desk
19:30Conference dinner, restaurant „Olde Hansa“ (address: Vana turg 1)

December 6

Workshops

9:00–12:30 WS1 Language Resources for Content Search and Metadata Search. Kadri Vider, Neeme Kahusk, Olga Gerassimenko – Estonian Center for Language Resources
9:00–13:00WS2 A Hands-On Data Exploration and Challenge. Mahendra Mahey – British Library
9:00–12:30WS3 Python for Digital Humanities. Sree Ganesh Thotempudi – Heidelberg University
12:30–13:45Lunch on your own
13:45–17:15WS4 Cadaver.exe (Forays into New Digital Poetry). Justice (Ruby) Thélot, independent researcher
13:45–16:00WS5 Accessing Texts and Data in the Collections of the National Library of Estonia. Peeter Tinits, National Library of Estonia/Tallinn University/University of Tartu