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DARIAH VCC2 Web Survey - online until January 31, 2015

nepheliechatzidiakou (8 janv. 2015)

In order to grasp the continuing changes in research practices, and thus to support the researchers in the new digital environment,  VCC2 has developed a Web Survey that aims at capturing specific aspects of the scholarly research activity within the humanists’ research community across Europe. ...

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DARIAH Survey on Digital Practices in the Arts and Humanities

elizapapaki (22 janv. 2015)

Last spring, the VCC2 « Research and Education » of DARIAH designed a survey on digital practices in the arts and humanities. The Digital Curation Unit (DCU) of the Athena Research Centre coordinated the project, but it is above all the result of European collaboration. Agiatis Benardou, ...

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ARIADNE 2015 TNA: Call for Applications for Summer Schools and Training Initiatives

elizapapaki (19 déc. 2014)

***Funding Opportunities Available*** As part of its Transnational Access (TNA) activities, the ARIADNE project is offering researchers the opportunity to apply to participate in summer schools and individual training visits to carry forwards their own research. Researchers are invited to apply to ...

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Survey of Excavation Data Management

elizapapaki (21 avr. 2015)

Edeltraud Aspöck, Helga Di Giuseppe, Elizabeth Fentress, Guntram Geser, Anja Masur, Jessica Ogden, Teija Oikarinen, Despoina Tsiafakis In the ARIADNE project the Excavation and Monuments Special Interest Group, lead by Edeltraud Aspöck and Elizabeth Fentress, represents the needs of archaeologists ...

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What’s the trend in Αrchaeology?

elizapapaki (14 sept. 2015)

The University of Glasgow hosted the annual conference of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAAGlasgow2015) on September 2-5 2015, celebrating its 21st annual meeting in Scotland. With topics varying from Virtual Archaeology to Celtic Connections, this conference gathered around 2500 ...

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What's Hot in Digital Humanities?

Karasimos, Athanasios (22 avr. 2015)

The newly-funded Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership DARIAH-RC is seeking your help in identifying the ‘hottest’ topics in Digital Humanities today. As part of the project’s mandate to develop an open-access modular portal for teaching/training materials in the digital humanities, we are looking ...

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DARIAH Workshop DH 2014 : Innovative Teaching Methods and Practices in Digital Humanities

asichani (14 sept. 2014)

This workshop at DH 2014 assembled an international audience with an interest in and experience of using innovative methodological approaches to teaching Digital Humanities. It showcased a number of exemplary contributions on digital pedagogy in general, and DH teaching in particular. Showcases (in ...

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First results of European registry of Digital Humanities courses presented during DARIAH VCC meeting in Rome

asichani (24 sept. 2014)

In the best of the Digital Humanities tradition, an online interactive search environment has been created that offers detailed information on DH courses throughout Europe. This registry was presented at the recent DARIAH VCC meeting in Rome and is an example of an in-kind contribution to DARIAH ...

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LoCloud Hackathon in Paris

elizapapaki (20 janv. 2015)

LoCloud Hackathon The LoCloud Hackathon, planned to take place in Paris on Wednesday, February 11th, invites developers that would like to come up with innovative applications that would be of interest to the cultural heritage sector. The competition is build around the LoCloud project ...

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A motivating talk by Lorna Hughes at R.C. Athena: From 'Digital Humanities' to 'Research Infrastructures'

nepheliechatzidiakou (15 mars 2016)

Digital Curation Unit - Athena R.C. hosted, on Wednesday, March 2nd 2016, a talk by Lorna Hughes, Professor of Digital Humanities and DCU Visiting Scientist 2016, entitled From 'Digital Humanities' to 'Research Infrastructures'. What are the core elements of ‘digital humanities’? How digital ...

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