Lunch & Learn: A Digital Rosetta – Mapping Multilingual Text

November 10, 2016
Lunch & Learn: A Digital Rosetta – Mapping Multilingual Text

A Digital Rosetta: Mapping Multilingual Text, a Lunch and Learn opportunity hosted by Research Computing in the Arts and Humanities (darthcrimson.org), features Mark Schiefsky, Professor and Chair of the Classics, who will demo a multilingual text annotation tool developed by the Academic Technology for FAS team. The tool was originally designed to support the creation of annotations within side-by-side Greek/Arabic text, but can be adapted to other types of web content as well.

The Lunch and Learn is scheduled for Thursday, November 17, from 1-2pm in the Barker Center's Plimpton Room. Attendees can register at darthcrimson.org/learn/.