- September 2019, #DIGITTworld – Digital Linguistics Workshop powered by ROGER and CODHUS
On Thursday, September 26, 2019, the 1st year BA students of the Faculty of Letters, History and Theology participated in a workshop prepared by the researchers team of the ROGER project, a workshop that was named #DIGITTworld - Digital Linguistics Workshop, the first event that promotes CODHUS (Centre for Corpus Related Digital Approaches to Humanities).
- December 2019, DIGITT workshop: Linguistics studies in the digital era – for the 1st year students of the Faculty of Letters, History and TheologyBetween 10th and 18th December 2019, first year students studying Romanian as a major or a minor in the Faculty of Letters, History and Theology have participated in a workshop of the DIGITT series (Digital Linguistics Talks in Timisoara), titled Linguistic studies in the digital era. How do digital instruments help us in linguistic studies and in analyzing discourse?
- February 2020, Training Corpus Linguistics/Digital Humanities for ROGER/CODHUS volunteers and interns
Friday, February 28th 2020, ROGER and CODHUS members conducted the first workshop of a series of training sessions designed for the volunteers and interns of this semester. In the first part of the workshop the students learned about the projects they will be involved in and got introduced to the fields of digital humanities and corpus linguistics. The second part of the workshop consisted of a practical session, where students were taught how to digitize and code texts, an essential step in preparing linguistic data for analysis.
- April 2020, DIGITT workshop: What happens to literary studies when we #stayhome
Between the 1st and 8th of April 2020, students at the specialization Romanian A+A’ (first year) of the Faculty of Letters, History and Theology participated in a new workshop of the DIGITT series (Digital Linguistics Talks in Timisoara), entitled What happens to literary studies when we #stayhome? From quantity to quality in literary studies and discourse analysis.