DARIAH-HR invites to participate in the international workshop “Sustainable access to digital cultural and scientific heritage: Ethical and legal issues”.
The workshop takes place in Zagreb, Croatia, on 26th and 27th of January 2017. The workshop is organized in the framework of DARIAH’s Humanities at Scale project, as a cooperation between The Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research and University of Zagreb University Computing Centre – SRCE.
Presenters and workshop managers will be prominent experts from a variety of educational, scientific and heritage institutions, as well as lawyers from Croatia, Austria and Denmark. A detailed program can be found attached to this e-mail and all information will soon be available on the website www.dariah.hr. The first day of the workshop will be conducted in English, while the the entire program of the second day will primarily be in Croatian (with accompanying presentations in English).
Registration for attending the workshop is obligatory and it is done through Foodle form. As the number of places in the Venue is limited, it is suggested that you sign up as quickly as possible. If someone signs up, but in the meantime is prevented from coming on one or both days of the workshop, please inform Koraljka Kuzman Slogar via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All presentations will be transmitted via webinar (9:30 to 13:30), for all of those who are interested in this topic, but could not come to Zagreb.
Link to apply for the workshop:
Link to the webinar:
Location of the venue:
University of Zagreb University Computing Centre – SRCE, Josipa Marohni?a 5, Zagreb, Croatia