The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities. It develops, maintains and operates an infrastructure in support of ICT-based research practices and sustains researchers in using them to build, analyse and interpret digital resources. DARIAH was established as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) in August 2014. Currently, DARIAH has 18 Members and several cooperating partners in eight non-member countries.
Here you will find a growing collection of DARIAH-affiliated research outputs and other documents. The DARIAH Zenodo Community aims to complement the DARIAH collection on HAL repository.
DiMPO is a DARIAH-EU VCC2 Working Group aims at developing and providing an evidence-based, up-to-date, and meaningful 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 aims 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.
Monitoring digital humanities practices, methods and needs in Europe across countries and in the course of time is an important factor to ensure: a) the quality of the specification, planning and deployment of the DARIAH infrastructure, so that it addresses empirically validated needs and thus maximizes inception by the research community; b) the efficacy of evidence-based policy support, advocacy and outreach work; and, c) the effective dissemination of useful information on digital research methods to the arts and humanities community, contributing to transfer of knowledge and empowerment.