On the 11th of May ETHOS Lab will finally be able to invite ITU students for a physical workshop.
This time, we will dig deep into the consequences and possibilities of Automated Transcription Software (ATS). The process of transcribing your materiel can be tedious and daunting, so no wonder researchers around the world are thinking about ways to make this process more smoothly and less time consuming.
However, what are the implications when we upload our files to a software?
What does this automatization mean for our relationship to the empirical material?
How may this affect the analytical outcome?
In this workshop, we take transcription seriously as an analytical practice, often forgotten and dreaded, however, greatly important for the research.
Post.doc. Stina Hasse Jørgensen and ETHOS Lab Manager Merethe Riggelsen Gjørding will facilitate, and together we will critically assess the current available ATS and collectively discuss possible ways of using the software in a reflective manner.
The workshop will consist of a mix of group-based work, collective discussions, short presentations, and small talk over vegan break-snacks. You will only need yourself and your laptop.
Hope to see both new and familiar faces!
Tuesday 11.05.21: 12.00-14.30
Auditorium 0, IT University of Copenhagen
For more information and sign up, write to email@example.com
There are limited seats, and only for ITU students (not staff) due to the Corona-restrictions.
In order for us to be physically together, we need a negative coronatest maximum 72h prior.