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The DARIAH Digital Methods and Practices Observatory WG (DiMPO) aims to develop and provide an evidence-based, up-to-date, and pragmatically useful account of the emerging information practices, needs and attitudes of arts and humanities researchers in the evolving European digital scholarly environment, for the benefit of the digital humanities research community. It seeks to achieve this objective through the inception of a longitudinal mixed methods research and monitoring programme on the information practices and scholarly methods employed in digitally-enabled arts and humanities work across Europe, and through the digital dissemination, validation and enrichment of research outcomes by the scholarly community. It takes forward the results and collective expertise of DARIAH VCC2 Task 2 – Understanding and expanding scholarly practice, it leverages prior research on scholarly information behaviour, computational methods taxonomies and scholarly activity modeling, and builds on the development of the first version of the NeDIMAH Methods Ontology (NeMO, http://nemo.dcu.gr) . Its primary affiliation is with DARIAH VCC2 – Research and Education.
DiMPO objectives are served by an integrated workplan consisting of distinct yet interrelated activities, or projects. In the period 2015-17, DiMPO WG members:
Assistant Professor / Director of the Digital Humanities Centre
Maciej Maryl, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of...
Maciej Maryl, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences; founding Director of the Digital Humanities Centre at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Literary scholar, sociologist, translator. He graduated from the University of Warsaw in Polish Philology and Applied Social Sciences. He completed the “Artes Liberales” Academy program and attended doctoral studies at the Graduate School for Social Research (GSSR). He was awarded scholarships of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the Foundation for Polish Science and Fulbright Junior Advanced Research Grant (2010) and Fulbright Senior Award (2017). He has published articles and translations in Teksty Drugie, CLCWeb, Pamiętnik Literacki, LiteRacje, Fragile. He is a member of Teksty Drugie and OpenMethods Editorial Boards. He is a representative of IBL PAN at DARIAH-PL Steering Board and OPERAS Core Group and CLE Core Group. He is a member of ALLEA E-humanities Working Group, DARIAH Digital Methods and Practices Observatory, and the head of DARIAH-PL Digital Philology Working Group.
Skills and research fields:literary communication, multimedia writing, digital editorship, digital humanities and relationships between technology and cultureAbout See more See less Maciej.Maryl@ibl.waw.pl
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