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Subject:

XML workshop and others at DRH 2000

From:

Michael Fraser <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 27 Jul 2000 19:25:37 +0100

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The following announcement includes details of an xml/xslt one-day
workshop.

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WORKSHOPS AT THE DIGITAL RESOURCES FOR THE HUMANITIES CONFERENCE
University of Sheffield, Wednesday, 13 September 2000

The following workshops have been organised as part of the Digital
Resources for the Humanities conference. The workshops will run in
parallel on the final day of the conference, 13 September 2000 at the
University of Sheffield. Further information about the conference itself
is available via http://www.shef.ac.uk/~drh2000/

The workshop fee includes lunch, refreshments and documentation.


WORKSHOP 1 (half-day, 9.30-12.30)

Designing Flexible Digital Representations of Historical Source Materials.

Led by the History Data Service, University of Essex.

This workshop will discuss the methodology of creating digital
representations of historical source materials. The workshop will focus on
the digitisation process and the relationship between the source and the
result of digitisation. The workshop will articulate and demonstrate the
standards and elements of good practice relevant to the creation of a wide
range of data types, from student projects to large-scale research
projects. Specific software packages and data modelling techniques will
not be discussed in detail.

Pre-requisites: moderate level of computer-literacy, though no experience
of digital resource creation is required.

Cost: 30 pounds.


WORKSHOP 2 (full-day, 9.30-4.30)

Shared joy is double joy: putting your database on the Web.

Led by Humanities Computing Development Team, University of
Oxford.

This workshop is aimed at academics, librarians, IT staff and others who
have an interest in making a current or planned Microsoft Access database
available over the Web. The workshop consists of a combination of short
presentations, hands-on, and discussion sessions. Hands-on work will
concentrate on using Active Server Pages technology to make an Access
database available over the web, and by the end of the day you will have
created your own simple ASP application. An example database will be used
throughout the whole course to illustrate technical and design issues.

Pre-requisites: Basic knowledge of HTML, FTP, and experience of using
MS-Access.

Cost: 75 pounds.


WORKSHOP 3 (full-day, 9.30-4.30)

XML: the future of digital information?

Led by Lou Burnard and Sebastian Rahtz, University of Oxford.

This workshop aims to give you a practical grounding in the
technology underlying the future of digital resources: the extensible
markup language XML. The course will combine formal lecture and
discussions on XML, XSL and related technologies together with group work
in hands-on sessions.

Pre-requisites: moderate level of computer-literacy and some knowledge of
a markup language (e.g. HTML)

Cost: 75 pounds


REGISTRATION

To register for one of the above workshops please complete the appended
form, print it out and return to Nigel Williamson, DRH Conference
(workshops), Corporate Information and Computing Services, Computer
Centre, Hounsfield Road, Sheffield, S3 7RF. Fax: 0114 222 1199. Email:
[log in to unmask]

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NAME:


JOB TITLE:

ADDRESS:



TELEPHONE:


EMAIL:


I wish to attend the following workshop:

[ ] Designing Flexible Digital Representations of Historical Source
Materials

[ ] Shared joy is double joy: putting your database on the
Web

[ ] XML: the future of digital information?


I enclose a cheque made payable to the University of Sheffield

OR

My department order number is:

OR

Please charge my credit card for the total amount of ______ pounds

Card Type: Visa, Delta, American Express (circle as appropriate)

Credit card number:

Expiry Date:

Name on card:

Billing address (if not as above):



Details of the workshop locations will be sent to you on receipt of the
registration form.
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