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The DARIAH ERIC: Redefining Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age

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Abstract

The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) was first conceptualised in late 2005 as a response to how this very different set of requirements was being addressed in the fast-moving environment of digitally-enhanced research. The infrastructure was later officially founded as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (or ERIC) based in France, but with 17 national members contributing funds and in-kind contributions from their local digital humanities research communities. The knowledge base of the resulting network is further enhanced by contributions from funded research projects in which DARIAH is a partner, as well as the contributions of working groups, assembled by network members on a voluntary basis to address key gaps in infrastructural provision or key emerging challenges for the research communities.
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hal-01588665 , version 1 (16-09-2017)

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Jennifer Edmond, Frank Fischer, Michael Mertens, Laurent Romary. The DARIAH ERIC: Redefining Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age. ERCIM News, 2017, Digital Humanities, 111. ⟨hal-01588665⟩
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