DARIAH empowers research communities with digital methods to create, connect and share knowledge about culture and society
Training and education is central to this mission; research in a fast-changing environment requires sustained access to new perspectives and methods. For us, the digital is not a goal in itself, but a means to enable and enhance the highest quality arts and humanities research.
What we provide
DARIAH promotes skills awareness and development outside of formal qualifications, complementing the formal education provided by our university partners. People are central to DARIAH, and our training events and resources are created by researchers for researchers.
The users of our training resources are as much contributors as beneficiaries. Thus, whatever your career stage or experience level, we welcome you to join us as part of one of our working groups or in many other ways.
In the meantime, we invite you to explore the knowledge, tools and services provided below, which each address different research and education needs:
DARIAH-Campus is both a discovery framework and a hosting platform for DARIAH and DARIAH-affiliated offerings in training and education. It brings together external resources, such as those from the following 3 projects, as well as hosting original training resources that can be reused by academics in the community to create bespoke training. DARIAH-Campus also offers ‘pathfinders’, a curated discussion of resources related to a specific area, and the ‘captured events’ tool, sustaining training events for future use.
DARIAH Teach: do you wish to develop your skills in one or more area of the digital arts and humanities? If so, DARIAH Teach offers free community-driven and multilingual learning and teaching materials.
PARTHENOS Training: this platform offers lectures and exercises covering a wide variety of topics related to digital humanities, digital heritage and research infrastructures. PARTHENOS Training is particularly suitable for instructors looking to reuse materials or sharpen their own skills, but is also designed to be used by self-learners.
DH Course Registry: perhaps you are looking for a formal training programme in digital humanities, linguistics or curation? The DH Course Registry compiles courses at all levels, based in European higher education institutions.
Friday Frontiers is our seasonal webinar series that runs in the Spring and Autumn each year. Experts in their field present on their current research, a specific methodology or innovative technique, or on a particular area of wider interest, to a small group of people each month. Presentations are recorded and published to DARIAH Campus, sessions typically run in March, April and May, and then again in October, November and December. If you would like to join a webinar, you can follow us on Twitter for updates, and sign up to the DARIAH newsletter for announcements.
These online resources are only one element of what we do—we also facilitate in-person skills and career development. Details of the conferences, workshops, hackathons, and other events associated with DARIAH can be found on our Events Calendar, by following us on Twitter, or by subscribing to our newsletter.
Contact us about Training and Education
Would you like to provide feedback on our training and education services? Or, perhaps, you would like to contribute or suggest new materials? If so, please contact us through the Helpdesk Form.