Throughout its partner institutions, CLARIAH-VL helps organise a series of training events such as workshops, summer schools, and lectures. To support the free exchange of knowledge, CLARIAH-VL encourages its members and presenters to make any teaching or training events available to the broader public by publishing them under open licenses, and sharing them with the community (whenever they are legally allowed to do this). Since the development, teaching, and dissemination of such materials falls under the purview of WP2 (Community Engagement, User Involvement, and Training), this page aggregates such training materials, as well as documentation for CLARIAH-VL services and related tools, resources, and methods. Additionally, training materials can be found on DARIAH-Campus, #dariahTeach and PARTHENOS Training.
The following list links to detailed documentation for official CLARIAH-VL services, as well as other tools or resources developed with the help of CLARIAH-VL.
- Madoc. Co-developed with CLARIAH-VL funding by Digirati, Madoc is an Omeka S based platform for the display, enrichment, and curation of IIIF-based digital objects. It forms the basis of the IIIF Corpus Management Platform, an official CLARIAH-VL Service.
- digitalexhibit. A Content Management System for developing digital exhibitions in a Prezi-like environment. The application was designed for highlighting so-called Genetic Paths (these are: chronological narratives) in literary writing processes in view of making the research of Genetic Criticism more accessible to a wider audience.
- varianTeX. A LaTeX template designed for editors of journals in the Humanities who are looking for an easy way to structure a complex collection of multi-authored articles in LaTeX. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3484651
- varianTeX for Authors. A slimmed down version of varianTeX template, specifically tailored to authors who wish to submit a contribution to journals that use varianTeX. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4013870
- IIIF on a RPI. This tutorial was developed by Wout Dillen and Joshua Schäuble at the Centre for Manuscript Genetics (CMG), as part of the IIIF courses of the University of Antwerp‘s Summer School on Digital Humanities. This is a one-week summer school organized by the Antwerp Centre for Digital humanities and literary Criticism (ACDC). The course was first taught in Antwerp in 2018 (3-7 September), and an adapted version was taught again in 2019 (1-5 July). In the course, students learn how to set up a IIIF-compatible image server (iipimage) on a local network of Raspberry Pi computers, to ultimately re-use and manipulate each other’s images using the IIIF protocol. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/6n9b-2n48
- Reverse-Proxying eXist-db 5 behind Apache on an Ubuntu 18.04 Server. This tutorial was developed by Joshua Schäuble at the Centre for Manuscript Genetics (CMG), as he taught himself to proxy an eXist-db application behind a web server. Although documentation for all these actions exist across eXist-db’s own documentation pages they are quite fragmented, and there was no straightforward description of how to combine them for this specific, but quite common, use case. This tutorial aims to fill that lacuna.
- A Core Set of Metadata Terms. Wout Dillen, 24 September 2020, UAntwerp. Distributed under a CC-BY 4.0 license.
- Bias, Ethics, and Privacy. Wout Dillen, 2 October 2020, part of the Bootcamp course in the UAntwerp’s MA in Digital Text Analysis. Distributed under a CC-BY 4.0 license.
- Concepts of Digital Literary Studies. Wout Dillen, 30 September 2020, part of the Bootcamp course in the UAntwerp’s MA in Digital Text Analysis. Distributed under a CC-BY 4.0 license.
- Data Formats and Markup. Wout Dillen, 17 July 2018, part of the DAGITAB Summer School. Distributed under a CC-BY 4.0 license.
- Getting Started with Git(Hub). Wout Dillen, 6 October 2020, part of the Bootcamp course in the UAntwerp’s MA in Digital Text Analysis. Distributed under a CC-BY 4.0 license.
- Open Scholarship, Licensing, and Data Management. Wout Dillen, 8 October 2020, part of the Bootcamp course in the UAntwerp’s MA in Digital Text Analysis. Distributed under a CC-BY 4.0 license.