The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) has joined the DARIAH-Campus community by publishing their first training resource to the Campus website.
“How To Capture and Reference a Webpage in Your Research Using Zotero” is a training module designed to guide users through the steps of citing digital resources. Future EHRI resources coming soon to DARIAH-Campus include tutorials in Python and Topic Modelling, as well as on subjects more specific to Holocaust Studies.
“Our training resources have been designed to upskill those working with archival materials, and to drive methodological innovation in research. This supports not only researchers, but also archivists, custodians and technicians working within the GLAM sector” says Katharina Freise, Work Package Leader for EHRI. “Given the synergies between the DARIAH and EHRI communities, we felt that the resources we already offer may also be beneficial to researchers in the broader Digital Arts and Humanities”.
EHRI was formed in 2010 with the aim to support the European Holocaust research community and help initiate new levels of collaborative research. EHRI’s mission has since expanded to ensure long-term sustainability for its core service, the EHRI Online Portal, and an increased focus on training and upskilling for researchers and archivists. The training resources now available via DARIAH-Campus are a reflection of that.
“DARIAH has always had a close working relationship with EHRI, and their move to publish their training resources on DARIAH-Campus is another milestone in this mutual support for our respective research communities” says Vicky Garnett, Training and Education Officer for DARIAH. “The resources EHRI has offered strongly complement the extensive suite of free and open resources already available on DARIAH-Campus”.
The EHRI resources, along with many other free and open training resources can be found at https://campus.dariah.eu , with more EHRI resources to be published in late 2022 and early 2023.