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Digital Humanities Turkey

Goal: Digital Humanities (in) Turkey (DH Turkey) is an online non-profit organization, international and multilingual platform composed of enthusiastic members who aim to explore and develop digital methods and tools, follow the latest developments in digital humanities, improve and share their skills and knowledge through online or face-to-face activities (e.g. meetings, workshops, conferences, courses and training, etc.). DH Turkey was first initiated as a facebook group and later a multilingual web platform was created in May, 2020. In June 2020 DH Turkey working group was formed by nine voluntary members from different fields of study. Members of the working group are mainly interested in linguistics, corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, natural language processing, big data, data/text/web mining, computer education and instructional technologies, computer/software programming, network analysis and digital data collection/archiving & analysis. Our research interests are not only limited to these fields and we always want to get in touch with other fields which are in need of digital methods.

Our network has been expanded by valuable contributions of our followers. Our web platform will be functioning as an “online school” and “consulting site” for the interested scholars and people, who want to get in touch with Turkish educational institutions, libraries and other organizations, who are currently producing digital research data. As a leading role of being a bridge between different areas of science, DH Turkey will play an important role in connecting sciences and scholars working in different areas of science with a focus on developments in the digital humanities movement in Turkey and all over the world. DH Turkey adopts and promotes Creative Commons, Linked Open Data, Open Data and Open/Free Software (GNU-Linux) movements as well as multilingualism in Digital Humanities.

As the DH Turkey working group, we want to collaborate with the organizations and circles working on DH in order to create mutual DH projects and contribute to the field by means of scientific publications. In order to get more information on us and our current projects and plannings, you can follow us on our social media accounts (Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Researchgate) and our website (DH Turkey: http://dhturkey.org/about). Our website is open to contributions by the followers and our followers can visualize updates on DH News, posts on DH Blog and DH events on Event Calendar. The followers can reach us via our contact form or e-mail address (E-mail: dhturkey@dhturkey.org) if they want to share their posts on our DH Blog or DH News.

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Erdal Ayan
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Dear DH Turkey Members,
We are happy to announce that the 5th Newsletter of DH Turkey is out!
You can see the newsletter in the following link: https://mailchi.mp/2d4c39a105f7/dh-turkey-newsletter-5514486
Enjoy reading and feel free to share!
DH Turkey
 
Erdal Ayan
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Dear DH Turkey Members, We are happy to announce that the 3nd Newsletter of DH Turkey is out! You can see the newsletter in the following link: https://mailchi.mp/9a1d5de9b0dc/dh-turkey-newsletter-3588266 DH Turkey
 
Erdal Ayan
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You can follow us on our new FB page: https://www.facebook.com/digitalHumanitiesTurkey
 
Erdal Ayan
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Dear DH Turkey Members,
We are happy to announce that the 2nd Newsletter of DH Turkey is out!
You can reach the newsletter here: http://dhturkey.org/
Moderators: Tuğba Şimşek and Bülent Ahmet Turan
 
Erdal Ayan
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Dear all,
Our first newsletter is recently online. You can visualize the newsletter content on the following link: https://mailchi.mp/a4586f255c7f/dh-turkey-newsletter-3543470. All of our newsletters will be stored on our site and will be accessible via the link: http://dhturkey.org/node/54
 
Erdal Ayan
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Dear all members of #DHTurkey, we have recently switched to our new platform on Mailchimp to deliver our periodical newsletters. Please use the following link to register our mailing list in order to be informed about our updates (Please use your real names and surnames while registering). Link: http://dhturkey.org/newsletterregistration
 
Erdal Ayan
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Dear All, our network (DH Turkey) was introduced to the participants in Seminar Series by Digital Modern Languages (See: https://digitalmodernlanguages.wordpress.com/2020/07/10/registration-open-digital-modern-languages-virtual-seminar-wednesday-22-july-3-5pm-bst/) today. And it has attracted a lot of attention. FYI.. :)
 
Erdal Ayan
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Dear all, you can register for our newsletters via http://dhturkey.org/newsletter-signup if you want to get regular newsletters by DH Turkey. Best... #DHTurkey
 
Erdal Ayan
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Dear all, We have recently installed/created a web library based on Zotero, and compiled some current sources for your interest. It is accessible/visible via https://www.zotero.org/groups/2533690/dhturkey/library . The web library will mostly include "open/free sources" and the one with Creative Commons licenses. We think it will be beneficial source of publications for the interested researchers and DH experts. If you want to contribute to the library, just please send us an email (dhturkey@dhturkey.org) mentioning, your name&surname, affiliation and you want to help create entries in the library. DH Turkey Working Group
 
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Digital Humanities (in) Turkey (DH Turkey) is an online non-profit organization, international and multilingual platform composed of enthusiastic members who aim to explore and develop digital methods and tools, follow the latest developments in digital humanities, improve and share their skills and knowledge through online or face-to-face activities (e.g. meetings, workshops, conferences, courses and training, etc.). DH Turkey was first initiated as a facebook group and later a multilingual web platform was created in May, 2020. In June 2020 DH Turkey working group was formed by nine voluntary members from different fields of study. Members of the working group are mainly interested in linguistics, corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, natural language processing, big data, data/text/web mining, computer education and instructional technologies, computer/software programming, network analysis and digital data collection/archiving & analysis. Our research interests are not only limited to these fields and we always want to get in touch with other fields which are in need of digital methods.
Our network has been expanded by valuable contributions of our followers. Our web platform will be functioning as an “online school” and “consulting site” for the interested scholars and people, who want to get in touch with Turkish educational institutions, libraries and other organizations, who are currently producing digital research data. As a leading role of being a bridge between different areas of science, DH Turkey will play an important role in connecting sciences and scholars working in different areas of science with a focus on developments in the digital humanities movement in Turkey and all over the world. DH Turkey adopts and promotes Creative Commons, Linked Open Data, Open Data and Open/Free Software (GNU-Linux) movements as well as multilingualism in Digital Humanities.
As the DH Turkey working group, we want to collaborate with the organizations and circles working on DH in order to create mutual DH projects and contribute to the field by means of scientific publications. In order to get more information on us and our current projects and plannings, you can follow us on our social media accounts (Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Researchgate) and our website (DH Turkey: http://dhturkey.org/about). Our website is open to contributions by the followers and our followers can visualize updates on DH News, posts on DH Blog and DH events on Event Calendar. The followers can reach us via our contact form or e-mail address (E-mail: dhturkey@dhturkey.org) if they want to share their posts on our DH Blog or DH News.