From the 15th to the 17th of August 2017 the IFLA satellite meeting “Digital Humanities – Opportunities and Risks – Connecting Libraries and Research” took place in Berlin (Germany) very successfully.
About 100 participants
About 100 participants round the globe discussed very fruitfully the different topics of digital humanities like the cooperation between libraries, archives, museums and researchers, service portfolios, organizational questions, skills and various projects.
Hosted by LIBER, DARIAH and DINI
The conference has been hosted by IFLA – represented by the IFLA Standing Committee “Academic and Research Libraries – LIBER, DARIAH and DINI in cooperation with the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Science and the library of the Humboldt University of Berlin.
Slides are available online
The slides of all talks are published on the site of the IFLA Standing Committee “Academic and Research Libraries: https://www.ifla.org/node/11268
The manuscripts will be published soon in an open access collection by the French Repository “Hyper Articles en Ligne” (HAL): https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/
DARIAH Reuse Charter: mission statement
As one of the most important result of the satellite meeting the attendees are convinced, that principles of a common strategy should be established to improve the cooperation between digital scholars and cultural heritage institutions in concern of digital humanities’ projects. To survey the mission statement of the DARIAH Cultural Heritage Data Reuse Charter is a very welcome starting point: https://sondages.inria.fr/index.php/593568/lang-en