Given the heterogeneity of humanities methods, DARIAH is committed to ensuring our community can develop their skills and get access to new techniques and approaches as and when they need them. Different individuals will have different needs in this respect, however, so DARIAH supports a number of distinct channels and modes of accessing training, including:
DH Course Registry: If you are looking for a formal training programme in digital humanities, linguistics or curation, based in an European higher education Institution, this registry will give you a good overview of what is available and where.
DARIAH Teach Platform: DARIAH Teach offers a Moodle-based set of courses covering many of the most popular skill areas in digital humanities. Every DARIAH Teach course is mapped to formal structures and ECTs, so these courses are also suitable for self-study to be accredited by a home institution.
PARTHENOS Training: The PARTHENOS platform offers lectures and exercises covering a wide variety of topics related to digital humanities, digital heritage and research infrastructures. This platform is particularly suitable for instructors looking to reuse materials or sharpen their own skills, but is also designed to be used by self-learners.
Summer Schools and Courses: DARIAH runs a series of training schools and events throughout the year: For more information on these face-to-face opportunities to learn more about digital humanities with DARIAH follow us on twitter, or subscribe to our newsletter.