The PARTHENOS Training Suite was developed from the PARTHENOS Project, which ran from 2015 – 2019. The wider project brought together expertise from Research Infrastructures and large projects within the Arts, Humanities and Social Science to pool knowledge and resources around data management, standards, and training, all of which was to be hosted on a purpose-built platform.
Within the project, Training and Education formed the basis for work led by Trinity College Dublin. The PARTHENOS Training Suite was built to provide reusable training resources around issues relating to Research Infrastructures, and features contributions from experts both within the PARTHENOS project, and beyond. Full modules are available in topics such as “Introduction to Research Infrastructures’, “Manage, Open and Improve your Research Data”, and “Citizen Science in the (digital) Humanities”. Elements of the modules can also be used in isolation as reusable training materials, including videos and presentation slides.
PARTHENOS Training Materials can also be found on DARIAH-Campus.
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