Ana Salgado, Laurent Romary, Rute Costa, Toma Tasovac, Anas Fahad Khan, Margarida Ramos, Bruno Almeida, Sara Carvalho, Mohamed Khemakhem, Raquel Silva, “Morais dictionary: following best practices in a retrodigitised dictionary project”, Lisbon Sciences Academy, Portugal & INRIA, France & NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal & Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities, Serbia & Institute for Computational Linguistics CNR, Italy & University of Aveiro, Portugal & ArcaScience, France

Anna Vacalopoulou, Nikolaos Sidiropoulos, Christina Flouda, Athanasios Doupas, Voula Giouli, Panagiotis Karioris, Paraskevi Botini, Giorgos Giannopoulos, Nikos Bikakis, Gregory Stainhaouer, “In view of reusable representation of cultural content: the case of a multilingual and multimodal corpus in the Greek context”, Athena Research Center, Greece

Caitlin Burge, “Mapping the archives: epistolary networks and the state papers of England”, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Daniel Alves, Joana Vieira Paulino, “The Programming Historian in Portuguese: a step forward towards digital literacy in the Social Sciences and Humanities”, NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal

Daniel Melo, “Digital Humanities and book heritage”, NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal

Diogo Marques, Ana Gago, “MOIRA: (Re)creating heritage through digital literature”, University of Oporto, Portugal

Ignacio Bugueno Cordova, Luis Garcia Lara, “Generation of new visual symbolic artistic expressions, through the intelligent reinterpretation of Selknam people native songs”, IEEE & Catholic University of Temuco, Chile

John Schaefer, “Discovering Australian flora: JSTOR’s juncture as an interdisciplinary K-12 pedagogical tool”, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Karel Čapka, Johana Lukovská, Klára Venglařová, “Covid, face masks, vaccination or lockdown? Answers found in Quantitative Linguistic analysis of Czech Ministry’s of Health communication”, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Luís Trigo, Carlos Silva, Vera Moitinho, “Learning Phonology with data in the classroom: engaging students in the creolistic research process”, University of Oporto, Portugal

Maarten Janssen, Silvie Cinková, “Teaching data analysis for DH in practice: TEITOK and the TEITOK API”, Charles University, Czech Republic

Maria João Ferro, Ana Raquel Fernandes, Andrea Szőnyi, Catarina Xavier, Cláudia Martins, Gabriella Komoly, Mónika Mezei, Zsófia Gombár, “Digital Humanities at the service of remembrance: The creation of digital archive-based activities within the project “Remembering the Past, Learning for the Future”, Lisbon Polytechnic Institute, Portugal

Mate Deak, “Filling the gap between educators and students – the MaxWhere’s solutions in education”, University of Pécs, Hungary

Qiaoyu Li, Maria Helena Araújo e Sá, “Knowledge mapping of collaborative online international learning (coil): a visual analysis using Citespace”, Macao Polytechnic University, China & University of Aveiro, Portugal

Ricardo Cruz, “Students’ perceptions of the effectiveness of reading comprehension skills on a digital environment – an exploratory study with Portuguese high school students”, Open University, Portugal

Tibor Vocásek, “Imaginaries going digital: a critical review on the concept analysing (with) digital technologies”, Charles University, Czech Republic

Vera Moitinho de Almeida, “Digital imaging, computational methods, and Pottery Studies”, University of Oporto, Portugal


Amrin Kothia, “Digital Humanities: a revolution in the field of religious education?”, University College London, United Kingdom

Andrea Schmidt, “Transformation in “Teaching about Transformation” – new perspectives in curriculum development”, University of Pécs, Hungary

Kıvanç Gördü, Martina Benešová, ““Linguistics from the Living Room” as a new way of education”, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Lukáš Zámečník, “Is there a theoretical foundation for Digital Humanities?”, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Rosana Durão, Teresa Maló Sequeira, Carla Dionísio Gonçalves, Maria Isabel Orega, “Audiobooks as digital resources in educational environments: a study on teacher’s perceptions”, University of Algarve, Portugal

Santiago Pérez Isasi, Esther Gimeno Ugalde, “Project IStReS – Iberian Studies Reference Site as a tool for designing a programme on Iberian Studies”, University of Lisbon, Portugal & University of Vienna, Austria

Vörös Zoltán, “Case study introduction – security and peace in an uncertain world course”, University of Pécs, Hungary


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