[Logo] Event history

The events page lists upcoming markup-related events. A record of past events is recorded on this page.

November, 2019

  • DITA Europe 2019: 78 November, Brussels, BE. The CIDM DITA Europe Conference offers two days of career-empowering knowledge, practices, networking, and practical solutions. Whether you’re a Novice or a Master, you’ll find sessions that provide inspiration and practical skills.

  • DH Training Workshop: Digital Methods for Linguistic Investigation: 1315 November, Berlin, DE. The workshop will bring together 20 trainees together with experts to share experiences, methods and techniques for the creation, management and use of linguistic data. The event is organized by Simona Olivieri, Humboldt Research Fellow - Seminar für Semitistik und Arabistik, Freie Universität Berlin, with the support of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

September, 2019

  • CMC-Corpora: 910 September, Cergy-Pontoise, FR. CMC corpora is an annual conference series dedicated to the collection, annotation, processing and exploitation of corpora of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and social media for research in the humanities.

  • TEI Introductory School: 1013 September, Graz, AT. The summer school is directed to participants with no or limited previous experience in digital scholarly editing and modelling texts using XML/TEI. In this summer school participants will learn the fundamental rules of XML/TEI, how they can use this markup language to model different kinds of texts and the fundamental of the workflow from text encoding to the publication on the WWW. This will be a hands-on summer school and participants will gain skills in writing XML/TEI and navigating it using the XPath language.

  • XML Summer School: 1520 September, Oxford, GB. The XML Summer School is for everyone using, designing, or implementing solutions using XML and related technologies. The week-long event is made up of courses which range from the basics of XML to advanced topics in linked data, web design, and publishing.

  • Text Encoding Initiative: 1620 September, Graz, AT. The TEI's annual conference and members' meeting is the gathering point for the TEI community. It offers an opportunity to meet with colleagues, learn about new projects, share research, and find out about new developments in the TEI.

  • DocEng 2019: 2326 September, Berlin, DE. The 19th ACM Symposium on Document Engineering seeks original research papers that focus on the design, implementation, development, management, use and evaluation of advanced systems where document and document collections play a key role. DocEng emphasizes innovative approaches to document engineering technology, use of documents and document collections in real-world applications, novel principles, tools and processes that improve our ability to create, manage, maintain, share, and productively use these. In particular, DocEng 2019 seeks contributions involving in the area of cooperative work with documents.

July, 2019

  • Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School: 2226 July, Oxford, GB. DHOxSS offers a range of training workshops to anyone with an interest in the Digital Humanities, including academics at all career stages, students, project managers, and people who work in IT, libraries, and cultural heritage.

  • The Many Hats of a Technical Communicator: 2324 July, Online. The technical communication field continues to evolve rapidly and those who work in it are faced with a growing list of responsibilities that they must be prepared to handle. The 2019 Summer IDEAS online conference will offer a comprehensive cross section of what the technical communication discipline has become and is becoming.

  • ACH 2019: 2326 July, Pittsburg, PA, US. ACH is the United States-based constituent organization in the Alliance for Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). The ACH2019 conference, in partnership with Keystone DH, provides a forum for conversations on an expansive definition of digital humanities in a broad array of subject areas, methods, and communities of practice.

  • Manuscripts in the Digital Age: XML-Based Catalogues and Editions: 23 July2 August, Leipzig, DE. This course provides a hands-on approach to working with medieval and early modern manuscripts in the digital context. The course consists of two main aspects: (1) creating XML-based manuscript descriptions and (2) preparing XML-based editions of texts, with or without an apparatus criticus, according to the Guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI).

  • ACL 2019: 28 July2 August, Florence, IT.. ACL is the premier conference of the field of computational linguistics, covering a broad spectrum of diverse research areas that are concerned with computational approaches to natural language.

  • Balisage 2019: 29 July2 August, Rockville, MD, US. Balisage is an annual conference devoted to the theory and practice of descriptive markup and related technologies for structuring and managing information.

June, 2019

  • Digital Humanities Summer Institute: 37 and 1014 June, Victoria, BC, CA. The Digital Humanities Summer Institute provides an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies and how they are influencing teaching, research, dissemination, creation, and preservation in different disciplines, via a community-based approach.

  • MarkupUK: 79 June, London, GB. A conference about XML and other markup technologies.

  • Computers & Writing Conference: 2022 June, East Lansing, MI, US. The theme for the 2019 Computers and Writing conference is Mission Critical: Centering Ethical Challenges in Computers and Writing.

May, 2019

  • JATS-Con: 2021 May, Cambridge, GB. The conference on the use of the Journal Article Tag Suite (JATS) in publishing workflows. This year, the theme of JATS-Con will be the changing face of journal publishing.

  • MarkLogic World: 1415 May, Washington D.C., US. Integrate to innovate! MarkLogic World is a free event where hundreds of architects, developers, administrators, and business leaders engage and learn about how to simplify data integration and build innovative applications.

  • Mitchell Hour: Global Integration and 21st Century Conflict; From Strategy to Action: 15 May, Arlington, VA, US. StratML reflects the importance of marking up strategic and performance plans and reports in open, standard, machine-readable format (as well as U.S. Federal agency compliance with section 10 of GPRAMA).