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O współpracy badaczy nauk humanistycznych z instytucjami dziedzictwa kulturowego w raporcie "How to Facilitate Cooperation between Humanities Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions"
IBL PAN, Trinity College Dublin i Creative Commons Polska wraz z ekspertami z Digital Repository of Ireland i Poznańskie Centrum Superkomputerowo-Sieciowe opracowali wytyczne "How to Facilitate Cooperation between Humanities Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions" [Jak ułatwić współpracę badaczy nauk humanistycznych z instytucjami dziedzictwa kulturowego].
Raport powstał pod redakcją Macieja Maryla i Klaudii Grabowskiej (Centrum Humanistyki Cyfrowej IBL PAN), w wyniku warsztatu zorganizowanego w projekcie "Facilitating Cooperation Between Humanities Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions" , finansowanym z DARIAH Theme Grant 2017.
IBL PAN, OPERAS, TRIPLE
The European Commission will finance the project TRIPLE (Targeting Researchers through Innovative Practices and multiLingual Exploration) under the Horizon 2020 framework with approx. 5,6 million Euros for a duration of 42 months. TRIPLE will be a dedicated service of the OPERAS research infrastructure and will become a strong service in the EOSC marketplace. TRIPLE will help social sciences and humanities (SSH) research in Europe to gain visibility, to be more efficient and effective, to improve its reuse within the SSH and beyond, and to dramatically increase its societal impact. Work is expected to start this fall.
“The Skamandrites” in digital reality
The project "The Skamander Triad in exile. Editing the letters of Jan Lechoń, Kazimierz Wierzyński and Mieczysław Grydzewski" is an example of combining the tradition of "flashcard and pencil" with modern technologies, mixing a fully professional critical study with an open access to knowledge and merging scientific sources, the rustle of pages of a printed book with a functional digital edition. It concerns the correspondence of the eminent representatives of Polish literature and culture of the 20th century, the poets Jan Lechoń and Kazimierz Wierzyński, and the editor Mieczysław Grydzewski. The collection of their letters, located at the Polish Institute of Arts & Sciences of America with headquarters in New York and the Polish Library in London, is an important part of the Polish cultural heritage. We have talked about the project with its authors: Dr. Beata Dorosz, PhD DSc, Professor of The Institute Of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, a member of the Department of Contemporary Literature Documentation, and Dr. Bartłomiej Szleszyński, Head of the New Panorama of Polish Literature team of the Digital Humanities Centre at the Institute Of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Sustainable and FAIR Data Sharing in the Humanities: Recommendations of the ALLEA Working Group
Developed through an open consultation process by ALLEA's working group on E-Humanities, this report provides a series of recommendations, built around the data lifecycle, for how Humanities researchers can make their research outputs FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable.
DARIAH Working Group on Research Data Management
In April 2020, the work of the new DARIAH working group officially began: DARIAH Working Group on Research Data Management. Its members focus on issues related to broadly understood data management in the humanities and social sciences (SSH).