Ylva Berglund Prytz: Work
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
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I am based at Oxford and work for Oxford University Computing Services where I divide my time between various digital projects and services.

CURRENT

  • Great Writers - Learning from the Past (new project October 2011)
  • What's the Score at the Bodleian? [more] [project website]
  • Europeana 1914-1918 / Erster Weltkrieg in Alltagsdokumenten [more] [project website]

PREVIOUS (alphabetical order)

OXFORD UNVERSITY COMPUTING SERVICES (2001-)
  • Arts and Humanities Data Service (see Oxford Text Archive) [more] [OTA website] 2001-2005
  • British National Corpus [more] [BNC website] 2005-2008
  • CLARIN [more] 2008-2009
  • Discovering Babel project [more] 2011
  • English Faculty [more] 2001-2003
  • Humbul Humanities Hub (see Intute) [more] 2003-2009
  • Intute: Arts and Humanities [more] 2003-2009
  • IT Learning Programme (ITLP) [more] 2001-
  • METAFAR project
  • OpenSpires [more] 2010
  • OUCS Web Team 2009-2010
  • Oxford Text Archive [more] 2001-2005, 2011
  • Research Skills Toolkit [more] 2009-2010
  • RunCoCo [more] [project website] 2010-2011
  • SACODEYL project [more] 2005-2008
  • TAD project [more]
BEFORE OXFORD (-2001)
  • Uppsala University, Department of English & Department of Linguistics (-2001)
  • Umeå University, HumLab & Department of English
  • WWW-Corpora at University of Essex (2007-2009)
  • Civil Aviation Authority, Arlanda Airport (1989-1992)
  • Fritidsresor (1984-1989)
I am a member of the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology & Phonetics and CorpusCALL - special interest group on corpora in CALL.
English Faculty

The Faculty of English Language and Literature is the largest English Department in the UK. It has over 75 permanent postholders, a further 70 Faculty members, 900 undergraduates and 300 postgraduates.

More information on the Faculty website: http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/

I worked at the Faculty between 2001-2003. As Resource Development Officer I created and maintained online resources for the faculty and offered help and support to Faculty mambers who were interested in developing or using digital resources for teaching or research. I also ran training sessions at the faculty and created online support and training material.

Europeana 1914-1918

Europeana 1914-1918 / Erster Weltkrieg in Alltagsdokumenten is a project funded by the European digital library 'Europeana'. The project aims to collect and make available artifacts and memorabilia from the First World War held by the general public. The projcet collects material online and by running collection days in various locations, and started with a collection in Germany (2011-). The project builds on the work by the Great War Archive.

More information on the Europeana 1914-1918 website. http://www.europeana1914-1918.eu/
Blog 'Editor's Pick': http://thegreatwararchive.blogspot.com/

I have been working for this project since its start in 2010/11. I have taken part in the planning and execution of the project, including the technical development, production and publication of information and support material, collection and editing of digital resources and the practical work at the collection events.

ITLP & Research Skills Toolkit

The IT Learning Programme (ITLP) at the University of Oxford offers over 200 different IT courses. The Research Skills Toolkit provides research skills training and support in the shape of live workshops and an online portal listing tools, tips and techniques to support researchers in their work.

More information on the ITLP website: http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/itlp/
Research Skills Toolkit: http://www.skillstoolkit.ox.ac.uk/

I have taught on different ITLP courses, mainly in the areas of online literacy, text analysis and corpus linguistics, and been invloled in inductions both at OUCS and at departments. During the academic year 2009-2010 I worked on the Research Skills Toolkit, identifying, evaluating and describing resources suitable for those involved in research.