OpenMethods Spotlights #3 is looking behind the scenes of NeMO and the Scholarly Ontology (SO)!
After a gap year, due to the pandemic, the Summer School in Digital Humanities, organized by Digital Curation Unit and APOLLONIS Infrastructure returns as a virtual event on 13-15 July 2021!
The application deadline for the MSc in Digital Methods for the Humanities at AUEB is 16.06.2021.
Almost one year since the very successful “DH in the Time of Virus” Twitter conference, the Digital Curation Unit is organizing the follow-up event “DH goes Viral”, this time a digital workshop in which we aim to reunite the Twitter Conference participants alongside further DH researchers, in order to reevaluate and reappraise the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in DH research.
We are thrilled to announce that the “DH in the Time of Virus” Twitter Conference, organized by DCU and APOLLONIS infrastructure, was named 1st Runner Up in the Best DH Response to COVID19 category of the DH Awards 2020!
Digital Curation Unit and APOLLONIS Infrastructure will organise a series of three online courses titled “Digital Collections Metadata Curation in the Arts and Humanities”.
Twitter Conference “DH in the Time of Virus” that was organized by Digital Curation Unit in the context of APOLLONIS Infrastructure has been nominated for Best DH Response to COVID19 at the DH Αwards 2020!
4CH is a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission, that started on the 1st January 2021 for a duration of three years. It will design and prepare for a European Competence Centre on the Conservation of Cultural Heritage which will work proactively for the preservation and conservation of cultural heritage (CH).
Our proposal “DH in Transition: A mixed approach and a hybrid publication on the effects of COVID-19 in DH research and practice” was amongst the ones funded by DARIAH Theme 2020!
Honorable Mention received our paper at the DARIAH Virtual Annual Event 2020!