the attendees of the conference

iInstitute co-arranger of international summer school on digital humanities

Researchers in library and information science, languages and media technology lectured and held workshops at Bal-Adria 2022 in Croatia.

On 13–17 June 2022, the third Baltic-Adriatic Summer School on Digital Humanities was arranged in Zadar, Croatia. The main organisers were the iInstitute at Linnaeus University and the Department of Information Sciences at the University of Zadar. The 40 attendees came from 15 European countries and were students at the master's level, doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers and researchers in the humanities and social sciences, as well as professionals in the cultural heritage sectors.

Several researchers from Linnaeus University participated in the conference. Ahmad Kamal and Koraljka Golub gave an introduction to digital humanities methods, while Daniel Ocic Ihrmark presented tools for text analysis.

Read more at the summer school's website.