Research on the Philippines and/with DH (broadly understood)
Ramirez, Hazel Joyce M. (2019) “Co-creating Scripts in Computer-supported Collaborative Learning and its Effects on Students’ Logical Thinking in Earth Science”,Interactive Learning Environments, https://doi.org/10.1080/10494820.2019.1702063 (International Publication Award in 2020).
Blázquez Carretero, Miguel. (2019) “Using bigrams to detect written errors made by learners of Spanish as a foreign language”. CALL-EJ, Computer Assisted Language Learning Electronic Journal. 20(2), pp. 55-69. http://callej.org/journal/20-2/Carretero2019.pdf (International Publication Award in 2020).
Cruz, Frances A. (2020) “Publishing on the ‘International’ in the Philippines: A lexicometric Inquiry”. In International Studies in the Philippines: Mapping New Frontiers in Theory and Practice (Frances Antoinette Cruz and Nassef Manabilang Adiong, eds). Routledge.
Guillermo, R. (2020). “The Educational Encounter in the Digital Sphere.” Revolt Magazine, November 2,https://revoltmagazineph.ink/2020/11/25/the-educational-encounter-in-the-digital-sphere/?fbclid=IwAR1NxEaoIYIsu2lue9DE7NHkF1Enn4Z-uxEx35sXb0anaroURxLlB0vRY0w.
Guillermo, R. (2020). “On Court Poetry During the Marcos Dictatorship and A Note on Duterte’s Anti-Poetry.” FORSEA, 29 April, https://forsea.co/on-court-poetry-during-the-marcos-dictatorship-and-a-note-on-dutertes-anti-poetry/?fbclid=IwAR3omuSg98Qi0SH1Jbn7r2Kmhwi-f9kaDzh9Jq035I3r-8pGVxhFqvoq-uE
Ortuño, Rocío and Anna Sarmiento (2020) Humanidades Digitales en Filipinas: proyectos, dificultades y oportunidades de la colaboración Norte-Sur, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqz086
Ortuño, Rocío (2020) Challenges and strategies for beginners to solve research questions with DH methodologies on a corpus of multilingual Philippine periodicals. In Literary Translation in Periodicals: Methodological challenges for a transnational approach
(Laura Fólica, Diana Roig-Sanz and Stefania Caristia eds). John Benjamins Publishing Company. https://www.benjamins.com/catalog/btl.155.10ort pp. 247-272.
Ortuño, Rocío (2021) Filiteratura: Base de datos en Heurist de literatura en español en Filipinas y sobre Filipinas. Signa. vol. 30. Pp. 109-138. http://revistas.uned.es/index.php/signa/article/view/29300/22670
Guillermo, R. (forthcoming 2021). “Sa Mata ng Bagyo ng Tae: Dalawang Taon ng Galit sa Facebook” [In the Eye of the Shitstorm]. In. R. Tolentino, V; Gonzales and L. Castillo (Eds.) hindi nangyari dahil wala sa social media: Interogasyon ng Kulturang New Media sa Pilipinas [It didn’t happen because it wasn’t on social media: Interrogations on the Culture of New Media in the Philippines](pp. 278-302). Ateneo de Manila University Press.
Talks on Digital Humanities and/in the Philippines
21-22 February 2018. Resource speaker: Mr. Chito Angeles. Reimagining the role of the library in a digital tertiary education environment. EduTECH Philippines. SMX Manila https://www.facebook.com/edutech.philippines/posts/delighted-to-welcome-chito-angeles-university-librarian-university-of-the-philip/1790583700954916/
23-24 August 2018. Mr. Chito Angeles. “Strengthening Digital Research in the Philippines: Digital Humanities Projects at the University of the Philippines”. 3rd International Workshop on the Academic Asset Preservation and Sharing in Southeast Asia. INTEKMA Resort & Convention Center, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. http://mydatabase.jp/events/aapssa3rd/Angeles.pdf
7 June 2019. Resource speaker: Mr. Chito Angeles. 1st Marina G. Dayrit Lecture Series 2019 Emerging Technologies in Libraries: Open Access Library Management System. “Digital Preservation: Standards and Trends”. The Learning Commons, De La Salle University, 6th floor, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, Taft Avenue, Manila. https://paarlnewsletteronline.wordpress.com/2019/08/01/1st-marina-g-dayrit-lecture-series-2019-emerging-technologies-in-libraries-open-access-library-management-system/
14-15 November 2019. The 2019 Conference on Digitization and Digital Preservation Initiatives and Best Practices. David M. Consunji Theater of the Institute of Civil Engineering, UP Diliman. https://www.facebook.com/notes/2099161043549251/
23-24 January 2020. Resource speaker: Mr. Chito Angeles. Workshop “Preserving, Accessing, and Managing Digital Repositories”. University of San Carlos, Cebu, Philippines
3 August 2020. Asst. Prof. Liberty Notarte-Balanquit. “Digital Humanities at Diskurso ng Takot / Terorismo sa Panahon ng Pandemya / Pasismo” (Digital Humanities and the Discourse of Fear / Terrorism in the Time of the Pandemic / Fascism). Sentro ng Wikang Filipino – UP Diliman (UP Diliman Center for Filipino Language)
4 September 2020. Asst. Prof. Louise Jashil “Loujaye” Sonido. “Digital Humanities Talk”. The Institute for Nationalist Studies and Tulong Kabataan – UP Diliman.
19 October 2020. Prof. Ramon Guillermo. “The Educational Encounter in the Digital Sphere”. The 3rd Critical Postmedia Research Network Workshop: “Pandemic and Postmedia: The Future of Digital Humanities after the COVID-19 Impact.” Global Centre for Technology in Humanities, Kyung Hee University, South Korea.
28 October 2020. Prof. Ramon Guillermo. “Ang Salita sa Mata ng Makina: Digital na Humanidades at ang Penomenolohiya ng Pagbabasa” (Words in the Eye of the Machine: Digital Humanities and the Phenomenology of Reading). Lecture Series on Anthropological Methods, Department of Social Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of the Philippines – Mindanao.
19 November 2020. Prof. Ramon Guillermo. “The Philosophy of the Digital Divide”. Philosophical Association of the Visayas and Mindanao (PHAVISMINDA), first online conference.
20 November 2020. Prof. Ramon Guillermo. “The Challenge of Digital Humanities and the Shift to Online Education During a Pandemic”. Consultative Workshop on the Development of Learning Resources for the New AB Literature Curriculum Part III, Philippines Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
6 December 2020. Prof. Ramon Guillermo. “On the Right to the Internet”. Being and Technology, Low Resolution: Classes on Philosophy of Technology, Kwago.
20 January 2021. Mark Garcia, “Digits and Letters: Employing Digital Tools for Textual Analysis in the Humanities”, Binalot Talks, UP Archaeological Studies Program (ASP).