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dh2016 Conference in Krakow: DARIAH Presents Papers and Organises Workshops

Several workshops at this year’s dh2016 are being organised with the involvement of people from the DARIAH network.

For example, the “Biographical Data Workshop: modeling, sharing and analyzing people’s lives” is being organised by the DARIAH working group Analyzing and linking biographical data. It aims to initiate efforts to share knowledge, data and data models.

Another workshop, “TextGrid@DARIAH”, allows researchers to explore the digital research environment, TextGrid, and other tools developed by the German DARIAH member, DARIAH-DE.

Additionally DARIAH is taking part in two of the long paper sessions at the conference. In its paper “#dariahTeach: online teaching, MOOCs and beyond” the DARIAH initiative #dariahTeach presents the results of some preliminary research carried out through a user study, as well as a workshop on open educational resources, modules, and platform design.

DARIAH’s Head of VCC 2, Jennifer Edmond, will give a paper together with DARIAH Coordination Office member Francesca Morselli: “Toward A Use-Value Paradigm For The Sustainability Of Digital Research”. The paper will explore the hypothesis that a successful approach to sustainability for Research Infrastructures needs to have a comprehensive approach, by considering simultaneously the sustainability of data, technology, community and processes.

Another topic is presented as part of the session “PosterGroup144: Infrastructures. Beyond Digital Humanities?” The paper “Furthering the Exploration of Language Diversity and Pan-European Culture by Means of Transdisciplinary Research Infrastructures: Introducing the new DARIAH CC Science Gateway” is about the new DARIAH Competence Centre and its Science Gateway established in the Horizon2020-project EGI ENGAGE (1.3.2015-).

A more detailed overview of all the DARIAH-related events at the dh2016 conference can be found here.

The Digital Humanities 2016 conference (dh2016) takes place from July 11-16 in Kraków, Poland, and is hosted jointly by the Jagiellonian University and the Pedagogical University of Kraków.


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ARIADNE Project Summer School in “2D/3D documentation for archaeology” and Call for Applications

The project ARIADNE is offering ** 6 fellowships ** to cover attendance expenses to the 2016 TNA – Summer School on “2D/3D documentation for archaeology”

Organizer: ISTI-CNR, Visual Computing Lab; Venue: Pisa, Italy;

Period: June 20th-24th, 2016

(Program at:
http://www.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/Transnational-Access/2016-TNA-Call/TNA-school-3D-Pisa )

Note: the first 2016 call for applications is due to close on ** Friday 29th April **.

The call and the application package are online at:
http://www.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/Transnational-Access/2016-TNA-Call

For any info, please contact r.scopigno@isti.cnr.it

 

ISTI


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DARIAH-EU Annual Meeting

 

This year, the annual meeting of the European DARIAH community, will take place on 10-12 October 2016 at the Ghent University Convention Centre, ‘Het Pand’ in Belgium, hosted by DARIAH-BE.

 

Building on the previous General Virtual Competency Centre meetings, this year’s event will not only enable colleagues to work together face-to-face on their DARIAH activities, such as Working Group meetings, it will also include a series of engaging keynote lectures, to inspire the future direction of DARIAH activities.

 

Additionally, we will open up the event beyond the DARIAH community by organising a Digital Arts and Humanities Lab. This interactive session will bring together researchers, technologists, data scientists and cultural heritage professionals, to demonstrate and engage with data, tools and services around the theme of Open and Public Humanities.

 

A draft programme and practical information will be available shortly.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact: sally.chambers@ugent.be.

 

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Ghent University Convention Centre, ‘Het Pand’ © Ghent University, Photo: Hilde Christiaens


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