List of Speakers and Presenters of Posters

This list is almost complete, but one or two papers may still to be added.

Plenary speakers

Chris Patten (European Commissioner and Newcastle University Chancellor) "Digital Europe: a key to the competitiveness of the EU"
David Robey (AHRB Programme Director for ICT in Arts and Humanities) "ICT in Arts and Humanities Research: New Strategic Developments"
Iain Watson (Assistant Director, Tyne and Wear Museums) "Digitisation in Museums in the North East"

Papers and Posters

Will Allen
"A Linguistic 'Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English"
Sheila Anderson
E-Science = E-Research: Including the Arts and Humanities in the E-Science Agenda
Sheila Anderson
Humanities Computing - Mapping the field
Jenny Ball
Analytical, dissemination and preservation techniques for historical digital resources
David Ball
Diversity is strength
Jeff Barry
Enhancing Caribbean Literary Studies through Interactive Digital Video
Joan Beal
"A Linguistic 'Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English"
Benedetto Benedetti
On line data base projects on archaelogical sites: The Pompei project based on its Fortuna Visiva project
Zoe Bliss
Analytical, dissemination and preservation techniques for historical digital resources
Gabriel Bodard
A generic approach to markup for complex scholarly materials
Gabriel Bodard
The Durham Liber Vitae Project
Gabriel Bodard
Digitization of ancient texts
Ariane Bogain
New Technologies in Language Studies at the University of Northumbria
Claude Bourqui
Making the 'unreadable' readable: the longest French novel on line.
John Bradley
Digitizing Chopin: Chopin's First Editions Online (CFEO) and the Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE)
Jan Broadway
Towards an Electronic Edition of Gabriel Harvey's Marginalia
Lou Burnard
Xaira: an XML Aware Indexing and Retrieval Architecture
Toby Burrows
Integrating access to cultural heritage collections: the Western Australian Cultural Heritage Portal
Toby Burrows
Sound Footings: Building a National Digital Library of Australian Music
Diane Butler
Survivors of the Shoah: Bringing a Digital Video Archive to the Humanities Classroom
Arianna Ciula
Digital Palaeography
Gidon Cohen
Historical Methods, Database Design and the Communist Party of Great Britain Biographical Project
Karen P. Corrigan
"A Linguistic 'Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English"
Dr Julia Craig-McFeely
Building a portal on medieval music: the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (DIAMM)
Tim Crawford
Electronic Corpus of Lute Music (ECOLM)
James Cummings
The electronic text archive: evolving, changing, dying?
Ulrike Czeitschner
Who wants Yesterday’s Papers? The AAC’s Historical Newspaper Subcorpus.
Gareth Wyn Davies
Private thoughts of a public man : digitising the letters of David Lloyd George to his brother.
Janet E. Davis
Sense of Place North East: an example of cross-sector partnership in North East England
Janet E. Davis
Retrieval through Analysis: practical advantages and disadvantages of image retrieval methods
Dr Marilyn Deegan
Digitizing Chopin: Chopin's First Editions Online (CFEO) and the Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE)
Marilyn Deegan
The Digital Shikshapatri: developing complex multimedia for a unique manuscript
Marilyn Deegan
Building a portal on medieval music: the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (DIAMM)
Richard Deswarte
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content (VICODI) through an ontology as basis for E-learning in the humanities
Richard Deswarte
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content
Kate Devlin
Re-engineering Brunel: a digital archiving case study
Stuart Dunn
Humanities Computing - Mapping the field
Alastair Dunning
Humanities Computing - Mapping the field
Mick Eadie
Effective E-learning? Creating, designing and disseminating content in the Arts and Humanities.
Jennifer C. Edmond
“Dynamic Creation on the Fly:” A Professional Intermediary’s View on Broadening the Humanities Computing Base
Penny Eley
The Partonopeus de Blois Electronic Edition Project
Edward Evans
Analytical, dissemination and preservation techniques for historical digital resources
Jayne Everard
ARTIFACT: Linking the two vast continents of the arts and creative industries into one service
Gillian Evison
The Digital Shikshapatri: developing complex multimedia for a unique manuscript
Robert Faber
The Oxford DNB and the growth of electronic scholarly resources, 1992–2004
Birgit Feierl
A tentative typology of display objects: an interface for the AAC's historical journals project
Liliane Gallet-Blanchard
“VR ‘Montmartre in the jazz age’”: the problematics of virtual reality for multicultural history
Juan Luis Garcés Perez
Digitization of ancient texts
Dimitrios Gavrilis
Kosmopolis: digital content in Greek Language
Alexandre Gefen
Making the 'unreadable' readable: the longest French novel on line.
Panagiotis Georgiou
Kosmopolis: digital content in Greek Language
Christophe Grabowski
Digitizing Chopin: Chopin's First Editions Online (CFEO) and the Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE)
Rachel Granville
Opening Up the Great Britain Historical GIS: A new standards-based on-line resource
David Griffiths
The Digital Shikshapatri: developing complex multimedia for a unique manuscript
Catherine Hardman
Across the information divide: the OASIS project and data sharing in archaeology
Jessie Hey
An Institutional Repository Model for the Humanities
Amanda Hill
Developing an invisible service: the Information Environment Service Registry
Shoshannah Holdom
Getting to know the best of the Web for Hispanic studies
Shoshannah Holdom
E-Journal Proliferation in Emerging Economies: the Case of Latin America
Jon Holmen
From an XML tagged acquisition catalogue to an event based relation database
Xiaoling Hu
Chinese Texts in Electronic Form for Linguistic Analysis Project
Barry Ife
A generic approach to markup for complex scholarly materials
Martyn Jessop
Teaching, Learning, Research and Creative Visualisation: Final year Humanities Computing Student Projects
Francis Jones
Highlighting intertextuality through comparative translation
Ellen Aa. Jordal
From an XML tagged acquisition catalogue to an event based relation database
Jon Kenny
Europe in prehistory in the information age: digital archaeology sans frontiers
William Kilbride
Europe in prehistory in the information age: digital archaeology sans frontiers
Emma Leeson
EEBO-TCP – does size matter?
Séverine Letalleur
Enhancing contextualization in the humanities: exploring the role of hypermedia as a pedagogical tool.
Anne Longmuir
The Spoken Word: New Resources to Transform Teaching and Learning
Dr Anne Longmuir
The Spoken Word: New Resources to Transform Teaching and Learning
Deneka C. MacDonald
GUIDEing Distance E-learning: Supporting Collaborative Communities with Moodle
Andrea Martin
Survivors of the Shoah: Bringing a Digital Video Archive to the Humanities Classroom
Moira Massey
Effective E-learning? Creating, designing and disseminating content in the Arts and Humanities.
Kate Maxwell
Seriously Sharp Students
Jamie McLaughlin
Chinese Texts in Electronic Form for Linguistic Analysis Project
Jenny Mitcham
Across the information divide: the OASIS project and data sharing in archaeology
Karlheinz Moerth
A tentative typology of display objects: an interface for the AAC's historical journals project
Hermann Moisl
"A Linguistic 'Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English"
Catherine Moriarty
Effective E-learning? Creating, designing and disseminating content in the Arts and Humanities.
Bob Mulrenin
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content (VICODI) through an ontology as basis for E-learning in the humanities
Bob Mulrenin
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content
Gabor Nagypal
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content (VICODI) through an ontology as basis for E-learning in the humanities
Gabor Nagypal
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content
Daniel Paul O'Donnell
The Digital Medievalist Project An Extensible Community of Practice for Medievalists
Jan Oosthoek
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content (VICODI) through an ontology as basis for E-learning in the humanities
Jan Oosthoek
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content
Fieroula Papadatou
Kosmopolis: digital content in Greek Language
Richard Paterson
Building screenonline - the definitive guide to British film and television history
Rachel Peacock
Sense of Place North East: an example of cross-sector partnership in North East England
Rob Phillips
Private thoughts of a public man : digitising the letters of David Lloyd George to his brother.
John Pilbeam
The Digital Shikshapatri: developing complex multimedia for a unique manuscript
Chris Pound
Survivors of the Shoah: Bringing a Digital Video Archive to the Humanities Classroom
David Powell
Scottish Textile Heritage Online: an exemplar for cross-domain working
Mike Pringle
No such thing as virtual reality
Mike Pringle
Effective E-learning? Creating, designing and disseminating content in the Arts and Humanities.
Julian Richards
Europe in prehistory in the information age: digital archaeology sans frontiers
Jonathan Riley
Retrieval through Analysis: practical advantages and disadvantages of image retrieval methods
John Rink
Digitizing Chopin: Chopin's First Editions Online (CFEO) and the Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE)
Professor David Robey
ICT in Arts and Humanities Research: New Strategic Developments
Charlotte Roueché
A generic approach to markup for complex scholarly materials
Charley Rowe
"A Linguistic 'Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English"
Paul Schaffner
Transcription as translation: Complicated answers to simple questions about the production of textual surrogates
Philip Shaw
The Partonopeus de Blois Electronic Edition Project
Philip A. Shaw
The Partonopeus de Blois Electronic Edition Project
Harold Short
Digitizing Chopin: Chopin's First Editions Online (CFEO) and the Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE)
Harold Short
The Digital Shikshapatri: developing complex multimedia for a unique manuscript
Penny Simons
The Partonopeus de Blois Electronic Edition Project
Elsa Sklavounou
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content (VICODI) through an ontology as basis for E-learning in the humanities
Carl Smith
Cistercians in Yorkshire Project
Edvins Snore
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content (VICODI) through an ontology as basis for E-learning in the humanities
Edvins Snore
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content
Humphrey Southall
Opening Up the Great Britain Historical GIS: A new standards-based on-line resource
Reto Speck
Humanities Computing - Mapping the field
Paul Spence
A generic approach to markup for complex scholarly materials
Jaqueline Spence
Digital knowledge – safeguarding electronic assets
Naomi Standen
Highlighting intertextuality through comparative translation
Danae Stefanou
Digitizing Chopin: Chopin's First Editions Online (CFEO) and the Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE)
Giannis Tsakonas
Kosmopolis: digital content in Greek Language
Chris Turner
Cross-Sector exchange: Theory into action.
Ian Turton
Opening Up the Great Britain Historical GIS: A new standards-based on-line resource
Lars Jørgen Tvedt
A decade of digitising; how to communicate with scholars
Drew E. VandeCreek
The Abraham Lincoln Historical Digitization Project
Paul Vetch
A generic approach to markup for complex scholarly materials
Paul Vetch
Digitizing Chopin: Chopin's First Editions Online (CFEO) and the Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE)
Paul Vetch
Accessibility Challenged: Enhancing usability to provide universal access to complex Humanities web resources
Georg Vogeler
Towards a standard of encoding medieval charters with XML
Andreas Wagner
TUSNELDA: An online resource for linguistic research
John A. Walsh
Topic Maps and TEI-Encoded Literary Texts
Andrew Wareham
The Durham Liber Vitae Project
Dirk Wiebel
TUSNELDA: An online resource for linguistic research
Nigel Williamson
Cistercians in Yorkshire Project
Nigel Williamson
Chinese Texts in Electronic Form for Linguistic Analysis Project
Matthew Woollard
Analytical, dissemination and preservation techniques for historical digital resources
Stuart A Yeates
Text Augmentation: A Generalised Markup Technique
Rubrecht Zaat
Towards accessing the collection of historic newspapers into the digital world of libraries
Juris Zubkans
Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content