A Tangential View on Impact for the Arts and Humanities through the Lens of the DARIAH-ERIC

Abstract : The reflections in this chapter stem from the perspective of the DARIAH-ERIC, a distributed infrastructure for the arts and humanities. They explore how impact can take a variety of forms not always considered when the term is applied in a strictly technocratic sense, and the idea that focussing on the user of a research infrastructure may not describe an optimal relationship from an impact perspective. The chapter concludes by presenting three frames of reference in which an infrastructure like DARIAH can have impact: to foster excellence through impact on researchers, promote fluidity through impact on policymakers, and support efficiency through impact on our partner organisations.
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Laurent Romary, Jennifer Edmond. A Tangential View on Impact for the Arts and Humanities through the Lens of the DARIAH-ERIC. Bente Maegaard; Riccardo Pozzo. Stay Tuned To The Future - Impact of the Research Infrastructures for Social Sciences and Humanities, Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2019, 978 88 222 6643 9. ⟨hal-02094713⟩

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