The DARIAH Virtual Annual Event 2021 on the topic of Interfaces took place earlier this month, on September 7-9, with great success. This year, we were happy to welcome 300 registered participants from 37 countries around the world, from Europe, the US, Canada and Latin America, from Africa and Asia. Planning and organising the event online for a second year in a row gave us the experience to organise a smooth event that was accessible to so many participants with diverse geographical backgrounds.
The 2021 Annual Event had a rich programme of sessions running over 3 days, including two keynote speeches by Sarah Kenderdine (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) and Chris Heilmann (Microsoft), 3 panels and 4 paper sessions on the following topics:
- Interfaces for GLAM and Cultural Heritage Institutions
- The Making of Interfaces
- Interfaces and Infrastructures
- Theoretical Reflections Around Interfaces
Listen back to keynotes and presentations from the DARIAH Annual Event 2021
This year, the event kicked off with an opening keynoted by Sarah Kenderdine (EPFL) on “Computational Museology: Experimental Interfaces to Cultural (Big) Data” and was concluded with a closing keynote by Chris Heilmann (Microsoft) on “You Never Build Just One Interface – You Don’t Even Own It”.
You can listen back to the keynotes but also all paper presentations and panels on the DARIAH Youtube channel.
Find out more
Find the slides and presentations from the various sessions of the conference in the Interfaces – DARIAH Annual Event 2021 Zenodo community.
All sessions have been recorded and published on the DARIAH Youtube channel. Listen back to the presentations here.
You can also download the book of abstracts here.