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Submission date: October 19, 2014
Workshop Digital humanities: Critical views and experiences
eHumanities Content and Technology (CCCT) Seminar

World Social Science Forum 2013 - Call for Panels and Papers

The International Social Science Council’s 2nd World Social…
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Announcement of VKS book

Virtual KnowledgeExperimenting in the Humanities and Social…
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Prof. dr. Edith Smit and dr. Almila Akdag Salah present on the CCCT seminar on Friday 15 June

Center for Creation, Content and Technology (CCCT) SeminarFriday,…
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Enhancing Scholarly Publications - new video

Enhancement of scholarly publications takes many forms. In this…
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The Unexpected Conference – New trends in Sociophysics

The Unexpected Conference – New trends in Sociophysics        …
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PKP: From Scholarly Open Access Movement to Institutional Player

The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) recently held its 3rd international conference in Berlin, marking the ‘ coming of age’  of what started as a movement for open access publishing in the late 1990s. Then, a loose coalition of professors, librarians, and graduate students reacted to the increasingly expensive and closed character of many academic journals, [...]
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Journal ranking biased against interdisciplinary research

The widespread use of rankings of journals in research institutes and universities creates a disadvantage for interdisciplinary research in assessment exercises such as the British Research Excellence Framework. This is the conclusion of a paper presen...
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Simulating the Social Processes of Science

The science system is continuously growing and since long recognized…
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Harvard no longer number 1 in ranking

Recently, the new Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2011-2012 saw the light. The ranking revealed that Harvard University is no longer number one on the list. Incidentally, the differences with Caltech – now highest – are min...
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Enhanced publication: from experiment to practice

Researchers at universities and research institutions in the…
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Perspectives on computer simulation and data visualization

When it comes to critical analysis of the role of computers, data visualization, simulations and modeling in the sciences, much can be learned from humanities scholars. I’m currently teaching a course on the role of computer-generated images in conte...
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Researchers in the humanities enhance their books with research material

SURFfoundation acuteel 14 October 2011Starting in February…
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Sally Wyatt in Oxford in June – can now be seen online

At the end of June, Sally Wyatt visited Oxford to attend two…
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Understanding Academic Careers

On November 16, 2011, the Rathenau Institute and the VU University Amsterdam organize a symposium on Dynamics of Academic Leadership. The symposium addresses the conditions that are necessary for high levelperformance and creativity in research, and th...
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Final Symposium

Op 29 September werd het project Alfalab afgesloten met een feestelijk symposium op het Trippenhuis in Amsterdam. De deelnemers aan het project (Huygens ING, DANS, Fryske Akademy, Meertens Instituut en eHumanities) lieten met live demo’s en toelichtingen zien welke digitale applicaties er in de laatst twee jaar in het kader van het project zijn ontwikkeld: [...]
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Science mapping: do we know what we visualize?

A recent landmark in the field of science mapping is Katy Börner’s Atlas of Science: Visualizing What We Know (MIT Press, 2010). The atlas recently won the ASIS&T Best Information Science Book Award 2011.The kinds of maps covered by the atlas ra...
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Still using the Hirsch index? Don’t!

“My research: > 185 papers, h-index 40.” A random quote from a curriculum vitae in the World Wide Web. Sometimes, researchers love their Hirsch index, better known as the h-index. But what does the measure actually mean? Is it a reliable indica...
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Building VREs

'R&D in Alfalab's workshop to build GeoLab'
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Post a Tweet!

During the iCS / OII Symposium  'A Decade in Internet Time eHumanities…
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Lecture by Professor dr. Eep Talstra: The One God is not the same as the other.

On the occasion of his retirement from the VUA (Vrije Universiteit…
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Not much news in new Shanghai rankings

Two weeks before the start of the 2011 academic season, the latest issue of the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) was published. The response to this ranking in the Netherlands is telling about the importance ascribed to global university r...
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Postdoc in music cognition

Postdoc in Cognitive and Computational Musicology1 fte (38…