This working group on impact factors and success criteria will explore the impact of virtual research environments and digital research infrastructures on different areas ranging from research practices to societal implications. One main focus is the impact of the work of DARIAH and its affiliated projects in the Digital Humanities domain and beyond. Qualitative and quantitative impact measures and key performance indicators for Digital Humanities will be collected and analysed focusing on the implications for humanities, the research process and society from different stakeholder perspectives.
The Impactomatrix collects impact areas, influencing factors and criteria to measure change: https://dariah-de.github.io/Impactomatrix/
Call for Participation: DARIAH Workshop on Impact – “Measuring Change in Digital Humanities”
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