Gruppi di lavoro EU
I gruppi di lavoro sono attività collegate a DARIAH. Sono auto-organizzate e lavorano in un’area strategica definita dai Virtual Competency Centers di DARIAH.
Le loro attività sono complementari rispetto ai contributi individuali forniti dai membri di DARIAH. I gruppi di lavoro hanno sempre una finalità precisa: conducono a servizi per la comunità, che possono essere scolastici, tecnici, editoriali o di organizzazione. Questo significa che contribuiscono alla costruzione ed all’estensione dell’infrastruttura DARIAH.
Uno sguardo ai gruppi di lavoro
A seguito è elencata una lista di gruppi di lavoro DARIAH, che sono stati approvati dal DARIAH Senior Management Team (SMT). Clicca sui nomi per reperire informazioni di base su quali siano i loro obiettivi e i contatti mediante i quali entrare in contatto col loro lavoro.
Più dettagli nella DARIAH WIKI
Ulteriori informazioni dettagliate possono essere rinvenute nella wiki di DARIAH. L’articolo corrispettivo di ciascun gruppo di lavoro è linkato nella relativa descrizione. Se non disponi dell’accesso alla wiki di DARIAH ti prego di inviare una e-mail a email@example.com, con oggetto DARIAH-EU wiki. Per favore menziona il tuo nome, indirizzo e-mail e per quale paese in DARIAH lavori (es. DARIAH-IT, DARIAH-DE, DARIAH-BE)
►Text and Data Analytics
►Meta Registry: an Integrated Registry Service
A contact person for this working group is Dimitris Gavrilis
►Visual Media and Interactivity
►WG Defining Cloud Infrastructure Services for DH
►FIM4D: Federated Identity Management for DARIAH
The WG FIM4D will also set up a number of pilots to integrate services from different DARIAH countries into this infrastructure and address a number of challenges coming with it: better integration of the campus Identity Provider, better consistency in the usage of attributes, better transparency of the levels of trust and interoperability with other AAI infrastructures in Arts, humanities and social sciences. Read more in the DARIAH Wiki.
A contact person for this working group is Peter Gietz
►Training and Education
As an essential part of its mission, the Working Group will design, implement and oversee an open-source, multilingual platform for sharing, disseminating and preserving digital humanities reference curricula and training materials (DARIAH-RC). The Working Group will work in close relationship with VCC1 to demonstrate that DH teaching is a crucial factor in developing a DH research infrastructure. Read more in the DARIAH Wiki.
►Digital Methods and Practices Observatory (DiMPO)
The working group takes forward the results and collective expertise of DARIAH VCC2 Task 2 – Understanding and expanding scholarly practice. It leverages earlier work on scholarly information behaviour, computational methods taxonomies and scholarly activity modeling, and builds on the first version of a digital methods ontology (NeMO) developed in collaboration with the Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities (NeDIMAH). Read more in the DARIAH Wiki.
A contact person for this working group is Costis Dallas.
►Analyzing and Linking Biographical Data
The WG will focus on the application and explication of existing standards, both onomasiological (TMF, TBX and SKOS) and semasiological (LMF, TEI, and Ontolex); draw upon the expertise of various DARIAH partners who are active in this field; and collaborate with relevant external projects and associations, such as the European Network of e-Lexicography (ENeL) and CLARIN in order to ascertain the widest possible reach of the Working Group’s results. Read more in the DARIAH Wiki.
►Image Science and Media Art Research
The WG considers those tools being very important for the following reasons: Over the last fifty years, Digital Media Art has evolved into a vivid contemporary factor and it often thematizes huge challenges for our societies. The intricate topics of media art can be analyzed sufficiently with image science that provide an interdisciplinary approach and a critical historical perspective.
Because of missing preservation, documentation strategies and insufficient institutional support of media art in the past, an appropriate scientific structure for documentation and further preservation of the main digital artistic production must be established. This is especially necessary due to the fact that media art depends entirely on digital storage methods that quickly become obsolete. The urgent need for a sustainable information infrastructure and for the internationalization of media art research is expressed in the Liverpool declaration from 2011. DARIAH Wiki.
A contact person for this working group is Oliver Grau.
A contact person for this working group is Jennifer Edmond.
2. The development of a model of the collaborative research activities of building interoperable thesauri and ontologies as an integral part of a DARIAH research methods ontology.
3. The integrating concepts of goal-oriented generic research functions with notions of scholarly primitives and digital research activities.
For that purpose the WG collects information about which thematic areas have been covered in which languages by relevant thesauri and ontologies in Europe. It investigates and classifies the semantic principles by which these relevant existing and used thesauri have been built, in order to assess ways and effort to make them interoperable.
Additionally it will develop the specific ontology driven faceted analysis of thesaurus development, which allows for integrating existing and new systems of terminology in a common concise and manageable framework regardless of the size of the systems under consideration. And finally the working group will propose a model of (electronic) collaboration, in which a few high-level concepts and principles are controlled by a centralized procedure, whereas increasing specialization will allow for more community-specific management of agreement on terms. The guiding principle for this hierarchical management will be the degree of coverage / recall versus specialization / precision of the concepts under discussion. DARIAH Wiki.
►Medievalist's Sources (MESO)
►Guidelines and Standards (GiST)
A contact person for this working group is Karlheinz Mörth.
►Certification and Trustworthiness of Repositories
A contact person for this working group is Jan van der West.
►Impact Factors and Success Criteria
The WG will explore the impact of virtual research environments, digital research infrastructures and the work of DARIAH in the Digital Humanities domain and beyond. Existing Impact measures and key performance indicators for digital humanities will be collected and analysed focusing on the work within DARIAH and its implications for humanities, the research process and society from different stakeholder perspectives. DARIAH Wiki.
A contact person for this working group is Juliane Stiller.