613Re: [Inscriptiones-l] Ever thought of having a scientific blog ? Why don't you go to King's College this week ?
- Mar 10, 2013Dear Epigraphers,
that proposition for Hypotheses.ord, academic blogs, was sent last week for last Friday ; I suppose the delay is due to some technical maintenance on the mailing list. So, feel free to contact directly the teams for any question in any languages.
Academic blogs are mid-way between work and publication.
Good work and have a nice day.Marion LaméCarnet de recherche sur «Hypothèse»: « Épigraphie en réseau » = <http://eer.hypotheses.org> (plateforme «Hypothèse» du CLEO)
Docteur en Histoire, spécialisée en épigraphie numérique.Page web Centre Camille Julllian <http://sites.univ-provence.fr/ccj/spip.php?article65>Digital Clacissist, Projects page: Epigraphie en réseau = <http://wiki.digitalclassicist.org/Epigraphie_en_reseau>
De : Lamé Marion <marionlame@...>
À : Inscriptiones LDD <Inscriptionesfirstname.lastname@example.org>
Envoyé le : Mardi 5 mars 2013 20h56
Objet : [Inscriptiones-l] Ever thought of having a scientific blog ? Why don't you go to King's College this week ?
Dear epigraphers,Apologies for cross-posting ; I really think that the what follows might be of interest for our community.I am forwarding you the following message, especially for those who are in London. The is an occasion to build up your academic blog about epigraphy, digital or not!Best,Marion Lamé
Docteur en Histoire, spécialisée en épigraphie numérique.
Carnet de recherche « Épigraphie en réseau »:
http://eer.hypotheses.org/ (plateforme « Hypothèse » du CLEO, CNRS, Marseille)
Page web sur Digital Clacissist
Hypotheses is a publication platform for academic blogs. It enables researchers to provide real-time updates of developpements in their own research. Academic blogs can take numerous forms: accounts of archaeological excavations, current collective research or fieldwork; thematic research; books or periodicals reviews; newsletter etc. Hypotheses offers academic blogs the enhanced visibility of its humanities and social sciences platform. The Hypotheses team provides support and assistance to researchers for the technical and the editorial aspects of their project.
Hypotheses platform is run by Centre for Open Electronic Publishing (Cléo, France), a centre that brings together the CNRS, the EHESS, the Aix-Marseille Université and the Université d’Avignon.
Hypotheses training session in London, Friday 8th MarchOpenEdition and the King’s College London will hold a training session in London this friday 8th March for those who already have an academic blog and for researchers who wish to join Hypotheses. During one day, participants learn how to set up and customize their academic blog. Furthermore, the session gets onto scientific blog stakes and gives an overview of the practices in this domain, illustrated with several exemples.
This Training session will take place between 10am and 5pm this friday 8th March
- OpenEdition and Hypotheses ove rviews
- Opening a blog, first settings
- Blog’s editorial objects
- Publishing simple content
- Advanced settings
- Publishing complex content (insertion of objects)
Trainer :Mélodie Faury, PhD in Information and Communication Sciences; author of Infuse!
Registration contact :Martin Clavey: hypotheses@ openedition.org
Adress :King’s College London
26-29 Drury Lane
London WC2B 5RL
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