Full project name : #dariahTeach
Duration : from 01/01/2015 to 30/06/2017
Funding scheme : Erasmus + Strategic Partnership Grant
The mission of the ERASMUS+ #dariahTeach strategic partnership is to develop open-source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities (the official name of the project is DARIAH Reference Curriculum). A secondary, no less important goal of the partnership is to strengthen alliances and foster innovative teaching and learning practices among members of the ESFRI-roadmap Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) network.
This ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership is under the lead of Maynooth University (Ireland) which is collaborating with Aarhus University’s DIGHUMLAB (Denmark), “Athena” Research Center (Greece), the Austrian Academy of Science (Austria), Belgrade Centre for Digital Humanities (Serbia), Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and University of Lausanne and the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (Switzerland) and the University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg). The partners represent countries that are either founding DARIAH countries or are working towards to become members, and exemplify a depth of experience within the digital arts and humanities field across Europe.
#dariahTeach is a project of DARIAH’s VCC2: Research and Education. VCC2 promotes and supports the use of research data and ICT methods and technologies. It acts as the primary contact with the Arts and Humanities research and teaching communities, providing the interface between DARIAH and researchers undertaking basic, applied and practice-led research. VCC2 Research and Education is coordinated by Susan Schreibman (Maynooth University, Ireland) and Marianne Ping Huang (Vice-Dean, Aarhus University, Denmark).
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