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Didactics Working Group Workshop@ICARUS-Meeting in Einsiedeln (CH)

Invitation to submit brief summaries of teaching experience with the help of MOM-Ca and Edit MOM 

 

Didactics Working Group Workshop
Einsiedeln (Switzerland)
Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

The Didactics Working Group Workshop meets every six months, at the semiannual meeting of Icarus. The next meeting will be held on the 26th of June 2012 in Einsiedeln (Switzerland). It will start at 15:30 and finish at 18:00.

The Didactics Working Group Workshop meets every six months, at the semiannual meeting of Icarus. The next meeting will be held on the 26th of June 2012 in Einsiedeln (Switzerland). It will start at 15:30 and finish at 18:00.

The Didactics Working Group, coordinated by Antonella Ambrosio, professor at the University of Naples Federico II, promotes, within ICARUS, several on site or distance educational activities aimed at college students and young graduates. Such activities include Palaeography, Diplomatics and the historical disciplines, with the support of computer technology, especially with the help of MomCa and Edit MOM tool. The Working Group also encourages the mobility of students and teachers in Europe in order to achieve fruitful exchanges of experiences and skills.

Therefore, Antonella Ambrosio invites teachers and researchers interested in attending the Workshop.

Those who have used MomCa and Edit MOM for their teaching and who are willing to report at the Workshop are also invited to send a short abstractto Prof. Ambrosio describing their experience.

Report: Monasterium and the history of the city of Vienna, Vienna City Hall

Anyone who couldn´t attend the presentation on “Monasterium – An innovative contribution to researching the history of the city of Vienna” on 28.03.2012, has got the opportunity now to learn what Karl Heinz and Adelheid Krah talked about: The “Verein für Geschichte der Stadt Wien” spills it all!

The virtual reunion of the Teutonic Order – Finally!

A great example on how our work and technical knowledge about document digitization helps to reverse the fragmentation of archives that has been result of historic events:

The State Archive Ludwigsburg (DE) has, in cooperation with ICARUS and within the project “Virtuelles deutsches Urkundennetzwerk” (Virtual German Charters Network), started to digitize the charters of the Teutonic Order.

Good to know: Corresponding documents stored in the Central Archive of the Teutonic Order in Vienna (AT) as well as in the State Archive Marburg (DE) have also already been digitized by ICARUS — The documents will be online on Monasterium.net in the course of this year!

Have a look at these great articles (in German) about the project:

http://www.landesarchiv-bw.de/web/digitalisierung_der_deutschordensurkunden_/53688

http://www.landesarchiv-bw.de/web/52474

 

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