What I Would Like to Learn
The Carpentries Instructor Trainer Training. 3-month training to become a certified instructor trainer for the Carpentries. Jan–Apr 2020.
Creative Commons Certificate. An in-depth, 10-weeks course about CC licenses, open practices, and the ethos of the Commons. Via Creative Commons. Jan-Mar 2020.
Bergenstesten. Test of Norwegian (Bokmål) – Advanced Level. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Level C1.
CodeRefinery Instructor Training. Via CodeRefinery.
The Carpentries Instructor Training (certified). Via Software Carpentry.
University Pedagogy (Program in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education – diploma). University of Oslo, spring 2018.
eXist database workshop. NNE training seminar. The Norwegian National Library, Oslo.
Ph.D. Course “Digital History” at the Department of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies at Umeå University, fall semester 2013 (on-site and online participation) – accredited
Ph.D. Seminar “What are Digital Humanities” at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Oslo, Norway, two-day seminar, June 15–15, 2013 (thematic and educational concept & organisation) – accredited
Autumn School “Digitale Editionen – Methoden und Technologien für Fortgeschrittene” (Digital Editions – Methods and Technologies, Advanced Level) at the University of Technology Chemnitz, Germany, October 8–12, 2012 – accredited / certified
advanced technologies: XSLT, XPath, XQuery – eXist database
NEH-funded Advanced Seminar on Scholarly Text Encoding “Taking TEI Further: Customization – Developing Custom Schemas with TEI” at Women Writers Project at Brown University, Providence/Rhode Island, USA, June 25–27, 2012 (with travel grant)
advanced technologies: XML/TEI, XSLT
Full-day Tutorial “Preparing a Critical Edition of an Incunabula with TEI” at the 2011 Annual Conference “Philology in the Digital Age” and Members’ Meeting of the TEI Consortium at the University of Würzburg, Germany, October 11, 2011
Spring School “Digitale Edition von Archivalien und Handschriften” (Digital Edition of Archival Material and Manuscripts) at the Austrian National Library and the International Center for Archivali Research, Vienna, Austria, March 14–18, 2011 – certified
basic technologies: XML (TEI), XSLT, HTML
Zusatzstudium (aka additional studies / minor) “Interdisziplinäre Editionswissenschaft” (interdisciplinary textual scholarship and editorial philology) at the Freie Univeristät Berlin, Germany, 4-year study – accredited/diploma
advanced proficiency: paleography (medieval, early modern, modern), codicology, history of the printed book, analytical and descriptive bibliography, editorial theory (German, French, Anglo-American), theory and practice of textual criticism, apparatus and scholarly commentary