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.
The survey, which sits alongside desk research into courses and their implementation across Europe, has been available to invited participants since February. PARTHENOS is now expanding this survey and making an open call for participation from both course providers and students undertaking a course of study in Digital Humanities.
The Community Engagement working group in VCC2 is charged with making meaningful connections with researchers in the AHSS disciplines in order to drive forward work within the wider VCC2 network.
In order to do this, of course, we must first identify and define the communities with whom we want to engage. At the DARIAH Annual Event, held in Berlin last month, we launched our campaign to do just that.
Our approach was two-pronged: an ‘interactive’ poster on which visitors were asked to define communities of practice on removeable sticky notes they then stuck to the poster, and also by responding to our question “How would YOU define Communities of Practice?” as posted on Twitter.
Welcome to DARIAH-RE, the blog of DARIAH’s Research and Education Virtual Competency Centre (VCC2). Here you will find information about workshops and events, research activities undertaken by the DARIAH community, as well as featured posts from DARIAH members.