In the framework of the Horizon 2020 funded project Humanities at Scale, an Ambassadors Network was created for raising awareness of and participation in DARIAH across the emerging regions, marginal communities and new disciplines of what is currently conceived of as Digital Humanities. The programme addressed the need to involve community leaders, who can speak to and for their communities about DARIAH.
Successful applicants were the following:
– Toma Tasovac (Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities)
– Tihomir Zivic (University of Osijek)
– Maija Paavolainen (University of Helsinki)
– Brigitte Juanals (University of Aix-Marseille)
– Emiliano degl’Innocenti (CNR)
– Claire Clivaz (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics)
– Jelena Doslov (International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, Gimnazija Banjaluka)
The selection committee decided for an innovative mixed-approach of “old and young” DARIAH researchers and experts.
Aim of the DARIAH Ambassador programme was to raise awareness about the DARIAH ERIC and its activities beyond the boundaries of its existing geographical and disciplinary reach into networks and communities that could benefit from DARIAH’s support. The aim was to reach beyond existing DARIAH users and to build upon best practices established within the ERIC as a way to foster wider collaboration. Ambassadors were invited to work both at national, regional or even global level, liaising with existing projects, communities, scholarly networks and Research Infrastructures.
Following the successful establishment and implementation of the ERIC Forum Project, further
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