Modern tools for promoting didactic and research activities of the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Polish Philology at the Faculty Of Humanities of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw.
The integrated project "Modern tools for teaching and research activities of the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Polish Philology at the Faculty Of Humanities of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw" (No. PPI / NPZ / 2018/1/00065) assumed a series of activities based on the cooperation of Partners and synergy of their potentials. The idea of the project was to use modern digital marketing strategies and interdisciplinary tools to promote the scientific and didactic activities of IBL PAN, IFP WNH UKSW and - ultimately - other Polish and foreign Polish studies included in the framework of "Geopolonistics", created according to the idea of prof. Magdalena Popiel (president of the International Association of Polish Studies).
The project included: construction of a multilingual website of the Institute of Polish Philology at the Faculty Of Humanities of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, reconstruction of the "Polish Studies Newsletter", which involved the introduction of an interactive, multilingual, database-related map called "Geopolonistyka", situating the studies of Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Institute of Polish Philology at the Faculty Of Humanities of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw in the big picture of global Polish studies and giving a picture of Polish studies in the world. In a broader perspective, the multilingualism of the materials will allow information to reach new students interested in Polish literature and culture but not familiar with the Polish language.
Ultimately, "Geopolonistics" will serve to promote the activities of all institutions conducting Polish studies.
The promotional activities were complemented by a campaign in some of the most popular social media.
As part of the project, ten films with elements of animation, tutorial and storytelling were implemented as planned. The films have subtitles in three languages (selectable). Additionally, a catalog with educational offer in three language versions was prepared for each institution: Polish, English and Russian (a total of 6 catalogs). This content were also posted on websites and in the modernized "Polish Studies Newsletter" - a website dedicated to the broadly understood Polish studies at an international level, and also made available on social media.
The status of work on the "Geopolonistics" map was presented as part of the open seminar of the Centre for Digital Humanitiesseminar entitled "Map - a research tool" (Warsaw, May 20, 2019), during the meeting accompanying the conference "Mickiewicz and romantics towards East Slavic cultures" (Grodno, June 1, 2019) and during the closing meeting of the project, which took place as part of the 10th International Week of Open Science at Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences (October 24, 2019). "Geopolonistics" was also presented on May 16, 2019 in Warsaw during the poster session as part of the DARIAH Annual Event.
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X Międzynarodowy Tydzień Otwartej Nauki w Instytucie Badań Literackich PAN
Centrum Humanistyki Cyfrowej IBL PAN serdecznie zaprasza na spotkanie w ramach X Międzynarodowego Tygodnia Otwartej Nauki, które odbędzie się w czwartek 24 października o godzinie 11:00 w sali 144 (Pałac Staszica, Nowy Świat 72).
Mapa - narzędzie badawcze. Otwarte seminarium Centrum Humanistyki Cyfrowej
20 maja 2019 roku, o godzinie 13:00 w Sali 144 (Pałac Staszica, ul. Nowy Świat 72 w Warszawie) odbędzie się kolejne otwarte seminarium Centrum Humanistyki Cyfrowej Instytutu Badań Literackich PAN. Podczas spotkania zostaną zaprezentowane trzy sposoby wykorzystania mapy – zarówno w pracy badawczej, jak i w działaniach skupionych na cyfrowej prezentacji wyników badań i analizie zjawisk kulturowych.
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