DHd-Blog – Digital Humanities in the German-Speaking Countries
The goal of the blog is to represent dh-research-communities of Germany, Austria and Switzerland as broadly as possible.
DARIAH at calenda.org – Events
Calenda, the humanities and social sciences calendar. Calenda is an Open Access online announcement service in the humanities and social sciences. It informs students, lecturers and researchers alike of the current state of research. It is enriched by users' suggestions.
Bibliography “Doing Digital Humanities”
As ongoing activity DARIAH-DE is gathering, referencing and tagging bibliographic entries for texts regarding digital humanities issues. The material is party closed, internally accessible through zotero. Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.
Hypotheses.org – Academic Blogs
Calenda is an Open Access online announcement service in the humanities and social sciences. It informs students, lecturers and researchers alike of the current state of research. It is enriched by users' suggestions.
DARIAH at HAL – Publications
Open Archive HAL In the open archive HAL authors deposit scholarly documents from all academic fields. The service is available in English and French. It is a contribution to DARIAH from 2015 of the french Centre pour la Communication Scientifique Directe (CCSD). The CCSD a joint service center of CNRS, INRIA and the University of Lyon.
ISIDORE is a platform of search allowing the access to digital data of Humanities and Social Sciences. Open to all and especially to teachers, researchers, PhD students, and students, it relies on the principles of Web of data and provides access to data in open access. Isidore is a realization of the great infrastructure of research Huma-Num (CNRS, Aix-Marseille University, Campus Condorcet) and initialized in 2009 by the old research infrastructure Adonis. A market of realization was entrusted to a consortium made up of companies Antidot, Sword and MONDECA in 2009 and 2010. Since 2010, ISIDORE has operated 24/7. Huma-Num is responsible for the project. ISIDORE is available in 3 languages, french, english and spanish.
The Collection Registry is a simple web application that holds information about research collections relevant for arts and humanities research. A collection description stored in the collection registry contains general information such as the location and access points of the collection. It may also contain specific metadata such as e.g. a spatial or temporal coverage of the entities.
The DARIAH Wiki is a platform for research projects associated with DARIAH. Projects and research groups can get their own Wiki space. If you don't have access to the DARIAH wiki yet, you can apply for access via firstname.lastname@example.org, subject "DARIAH-EU Wiki".
Etherpad is a text editor that can be operated in a web browser. Several users can edit a text at the same time, and changes are visible immediately to all of them. Etherpad is an open source software that has been customized for the DARIAH authentication.
The Generic Search is a distributed metasearch on collections and resources deposited in DARIAH registries irrespective of their data and metadata schemes. It establishes and follows semantic links between structurally distinct collections and their concrete resources. This is achieved by means of crosswalks which connect not only data elements from different data formats and standards, but also map data types and values.
TaDiRAH – Taxonomy of Digital Research Activities in the Humanities
The taxonomy of digital research activities in the humanities has been developed for use by community-driven sites and projects that aim to structure information relevant to digital humanities and make it more easily discoverable. The taxonomy is expected to be particularly useful to endeavors aiming to collect information on digital humanities tools, methods, projects, or readings. See https://github.com/dhtaxonomy for further information.
The DARIAH Authentication and Authorisation Infrastructure (DARIAH AAI) provides a federated single sign-on, allowing the use of several services through one single account.
PARTHENOS Training Suite
DIGITAL HUMANITIES for higher education. The group is an effort from the german DARIAH-project.
Digital Humanities Course Registry
The Digital Humanities Course Registry is an open online inventory of DH modules, courses and programmes in Europe which aims to help students, researchers, lecturers and institutions (from DARIAH and beyond) to find, promote and connect to teaching and training activities related to Digital Humanities. The registry can be used freely and without registration by students, teachers and anyone interested. In order to add your own courses to the database, you only need to register at the website. Upon approval by the National Moderator of your respective country, the course becomes visible on our interactive map.
#dariahTeach YouTube Channel
#dariahTeach is developing open source, community-driven, source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities. A secondary, no less important goal of the partnership is to strengthen alliances and foster innovative teaching and learning practices among members of the ESFRI-roadmap Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) network. #dariahTeach is a project of DARIAH’s VCC2: Research and Education.
Collection of Digital Humanities Teaching Material
This groups purpose is the collection and presentation of either self-generated learning and teaching materials or external open licensed material in the field of DIGITAL HUMANITIES for higher education.
MEI Score Editor Webservice
The MEI Score Editor (MEISE) is a music notation editor software for viewing and editing encoded music in CWN (Common Western Notation) within MEI files. It facilitates e.g. proof reading or editing and visualization of variants and readings.
ConedaKOR is a web-based database system with a graph-based architecture and facilitates the administration and presentation of academic collections of objects from the image-based cultural and human sciences.
The DARIAH DKPro Wrapper is a wrapper for DKPro Core focusing on the extraction of linguistic information from books. The user guide explains the simple handling of this Java-driven command line tool.
TextGrid is a virtual research environment that allows Humanities scholars to edit, store and publish their digital editions and data in a sustainable way.
The DARIAH-DE Geo-Browser makes it possible to visualize and compare multiple requests and supports the imaging of data and their visualization in a correlation of geographic spatial relations and certain points in and periods of time. This way researchers are able to analyze space-time-relations of data and source collections while building correlations between them.