HUGOD Conference
Humanities Going Digital
Teaching, training & research experiences

2nd and 3rd February 2023

NOVA University Lisbon | Lisbon, Portugal
(onsite only)


Friday, 3rd February 2023

Digital Humanities and the (Unsurprising?) Tenacity of the Print Mind
Toma Tasovac

Generation of new visual symbolic artistic expressions, through the intelligent reinterpretation of Selknam people native songs
Ignacio Bugueno Cordova, Luis Garcia Lara

Learning Phonology with data in the classroom: engaging students in the creolistic research process
Luís Trigo, Carlos Silva, Vera Moitinho

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

11h30–13h00: Young Researchers Going Digital Poster Session & Coffee Break

Author’s neologisms in the book “Boca do Inferno”
Ana Carolina Fonseca, Marta Ribeiro Maria

Benefits of the scanpath comparison analysis in ScanGraph tool for linguistics research
Markéta Muczková, Stanislav Popelka, Tomáš Bubík

Comparing the use of idiomatic expressions in European Portuguese and European Spanish
Ana Sofia Santos, Daniel Monteiro, Leonor González

Cryptozoology under study: how terminology deals with folklore
Ana Soares, João Gomes, Karen Montero, Natacha Alvarenga, Sara De Almeida

Perceiving societal and moral trends related to sex abuse in the press through linguistic data analysis
Francisco Carvalho, Maria Leonor Reis

The methods applied to texts in unknown languages
Denys Stryzhak

The use of digital tools in education in Czech secondary schools
Libuše Kormaníková, Zita Jahodová

13h00–14h00: Lunch

Building Strategies for Teaching How to Tame Indeterminacy in Media
Claudio Rodríguez

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

Filling the gap between educators and students – the MaxWhere’s solutions in education
Mate Deak

Knowledge mapping of collaborative online international learning (coil): a visual analysis using Citespace
Qiaoyu Li, Maria Helena Araújo e Sá

16h00–16h30: Closing Session & Coffee Break

HUGOD Project Transnational Meeting and Outputs Dissemination

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