Reflections on the Community Engagement Working Group Internship

By Xander Cosgrave,
Intern from the MPhil in Digital Humanities and Society at Trinity College Dublin

So it’s time to talk about my internship with DARIAH and the Community Engagement Working Group. Firstly I need to explain DARIAH, it’s a European Research Infrastructure Consortium, or an ERIC that is focused on the support of research and learning in the digital humanities. The specific part I was working in is the Community Engagement branch, and the DARIAH Community Engagement working group internship was part of the programme for identifying research communities and their needs, one of the working principles of the working group, and was then of course tied into the professional development module for the M.Phil in Digital Humanities and Society that I study in TCD. Continue reading Reflections on the Community Engagement Working Group Internship

PARTHENOS releases new training module to help researchers manage, improve and open up research data

Front page of the new PARTHENOS module
Front page of the new PARTHENOS module

The PARTHENOS Project has released a new training module, aimed at Humanities researchers, entitled “Manage, Improve and Open Up Your Research Data”.  The module, which can be accessed at http://training.parthenos-project.eu/training-modules/,  addresses concepts such as the FAIR Principles, Open Science, and Data Management Plans, with a viewpoint specific to the Humanities. Continue reading PARTHENOS releases new training module to help researchers manage, improve and open up research data

PARTHENOS Training Survey

The PARTHENOS cluster, created to encourage cohesion between research infrastructure projects, is investigating ways in which training in Research Infrastructures is, or can become, embedded in higher education curricula.  In order to do this, the PARTHENOS training team is conducting a survey of how knowledge about research infrastructures is presented in formal education courses and programmes of study. Continue reading PARTHENOS Training Survey