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Presented as part of "Realising the Opportunities of Digital Humanities" (#RODH2012)

Oct 23-25, 2012, Ireland.

More info: www.dri.ie/programme

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Peter Doorn

  1. 1. Data Archiving and Networked ServicesNever Walk Alone:Partnerships &Alliances - DANSand DARIAHPeter DoornDirector, Data Archiving and Networked Services(DANS)Coordinator, “Preparing DARIAH” (Digital ResearchInfrastructure for the Arts and Humanities)Panel 3: Partnerships Achieving MoreAcademic-Public-Industry partnerships achievingmore; Large-scale digital goals and challengesDublin, October 23, 2012DANS is an institute of KNAW en NWO
  2. 2. Contents• About DARIAH – DARIAH partnerships – DARIAH.nl• About DANS – DANS partnerships & alliances
  3. 3. Why DARIAH? (Science case)• Changing research practice in a networked world: – Digital resources (data & tools) form the laboratory of the scholar in the arts and humanities – Computational technologies and methods of analysis – Resources for humanities research are highly distributed – The scale of research goes up: networked projects• European projects have no continuity• The existing structures are too weak (ad hoc networks, no permanence) and national in scope• Answer: strong European data infrastructure, providing continuity and support for digital A&H research and access to digital resources
  4. 4. Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts andHumanities (DARIAH) 2008-2011 2011-2012 2013-
  5. 5. DARIAH’s mission• The mission of DARIAH is to enhance and support digitally‐enabled research across the humanities and arts• To develop, maintain and operate an infrastructure in support of ICT‐based research practices• To work with communities of practice to: – Explore and apply ICT-based methods and tools to enable new research questions to be asked and old questions to be posed in new ways – Improve research opportunities and outcomes through linking distributed digital source materials of many kinds – Exchange knowledge, expertise, methodologies and practices across domains and disciplines
  6. 6. Establishing an European Research Infrastructure Consortium (DARIAH-ERIC)ERIC Proposal Submitted by FranceERIC Proposal consists of:• Technical and Scientific Description Mission and objectives of DARIAH• Statutes • Participation • Governance • Budgetary principles • Policy development
  7. 7. Countries participating in DARIAH (signed MoU)• Austria• Croatia• Denmark• France (Host Country)• Germany (Coordinator)• Greece• Ireland• Netherlands (Coordinator)• Slovenia• Serbia
  8. 8. DARIAH members & Data Archiving and Member Observercontact partners Networked Services (DANS) University of Oslo Cooperating Partner Non-EU (Cooperating Partner) Museum of Cultural History (KHM)Kings College LondonCentre for e-Research (CeRcH) Norway University of Copenhagen (KU) Oslo Department of Scandinavian ResearchIrish Research Council for theHumanities and Social Sciences(IRCHSS) Copenhagen/ Vilnius University UK Denmark (VCC2) Ireland Dublin Lithuania (VCC2) Vilnius Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)University of Goettingen Den Haag/ Institute for Corpus LinguisticsGoettingen State and University London Netherlands and Text TechnologyLibrary (SUB) (VCC3) Goettingen Germany Paris (VCC1/ VCC4/DCO) Institute of Contemporary History (ICH)National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)TGE ADONIS Vienna Austria France Swit- (VCC1) Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) (VCC3/DCO) Bern zerland Ljubljana/Slovenia Centre for Information and Computer Science Zagreb/Croatia Italy Belgrade Florence Serbia Center for Digital Humanities (CDH)Swiss Academy of Humanities Tirana/and Social Sciences Albania Academy of Athens (AA) Research Centre for the Study of Modern Greek HistoryDigital Renaissance Foundation (FRD) Athens Digital Curation Unit (DCU) Ministry of Tourism Culture Institute for the Management Youth and Sports of Information Systems Name 31.10.2012 Seite 8
  9. 9. DARIAH Virtual Competency Centres (VCCs)• DARIAH will operate through its European-wide Virtual Competency Centres• Each VCC is centred on a specific area of expertise• VCCs are cross- disciplinary, multi-institutional and international• VCCs will deliver services for all European arts and humanities researchers
  10. 10. DARIAH Virtual Competency Centres (VCCs) 1. To establish a shared technology platform for Arts and Humanities research 2. To expose and share digitially enabled Arts and Humanties research methods, training, expertise and tools 3. To expose and share scholarly content 4. To interface with key influencers in / for the Arts and Humanities
  11. 11. DARIAH governance structure
  12. 12. DARIAH-EU Coordination Office (DCO)
  13. 13. DARIAH budgetary principles• Estimated annual budget: 4 (+2) million euro• Members and Observers contribute to the budget• Contributions are based on the latest GDP figures• Contributions consist of two parts: • Cash contribution (10%) • In‐kind contribution (90%) e-Infrastructure 7% Research & 28% Educa on 46% Liaison Scholarly Content Management 19% Advocacy, Impact & Outreach
  14. 14. DARIAH collaboration strategyAffiliated projects:EHRI, CENDARI, DASISH, NeDiMAH, DiXiT, CULTURA, ARIADNESibling initiatives:TEI, CLARIN, BAMBOO, CESSDA, SHARE, ESSCultural heritage initiatives:Europeana, DC-Net, ARROWTechnological initiatives:EGI, EUDAT, DASISHLarger circle initiatives:OpenAIRE, APA, GRDI2020
  15. 15. BAMBOO GRID 2020 EUDAT international Cultura DC-Net NeDiMAH DASISH community OpenAire EGI projects European Europeana CENDARI EHRI CLARIN ARIADNE CESSDA CLIO-INFRA SSH infra- SHAREnational structures eSciDoc TextGrid ESS scienceArts-humanities.net management HERA LARM Isidore Science Europe ESF
  16. 16. DARIAH-related project: – To support the European Holocaust research community – To integrate key archival collections (to support transnational Holocaust research) – To build a virtual observatory – To help initiate new levels of collaborative researchhttp://www.ehri-project.eu/
  17. 17. CLARIN Goal: integrated and interoperable researchinfrastructure of language resources and technology, offering astable, persistent, accessible and extendable infrastructure andtherefore enabling eHumanities• integrated: connected resource and service centres• interoperable: resources and services based on Semantic Web technologies to overcome format, structural and terminological differences• stable: resources and services with a high availability• persistent: resources and services are planned to be accessible for many years so that researchers can rely on them• accessible: accessible via the web; tailored to the needs of the communities making use of them• extendable: the infrastructure is open so that new resources and services can be added easily
  18. 18. National Roadmaps TGE-Adonis (F) DARIAH-DECLARIAH (NL) DigHumLab (DK) PITI (LT) DARIAH-A IRCHESS (IR) SI-DIH (SI) DYAS (GR)
  19. 19. CLARIN.nl + DARIAH.nl = CLARIAH CLARIN DARIAH ERIC ERIC CLARIN DARIAH NL NL
  20. 20. Common Lab for Research in the Arts and Humanities (CLARIAH) CLARIN DARIAH ERIC ERIC CLARIAH
  21. 21. CLARIAH.nl Mission• Create a virtual ‘Common Lab’ facility for eHumanities research.• Provide integrated access to unprecedented collections of seamlessly interoperating digital research resources and innovative tools to process them in virtual workspaces.• Enable Data Intensive Science in the humanities.
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  23. 23. What is DANS?• Institute of Dutch Academy and Research Funding Organisation (KNAW & NWO) since 2005• First predecessor dates back to 1964 (Steinmetz Foundation), Historical Data Archive 1989• Mission: promote and provide permanent access to digital research information (digital archives in the humanities and social sciences)
  24. 24. Our main activities and services• Encourage researchers to self-archive and reuse data by means of our Electronic Archiving SYstem EASY• Our largest digital collections are in archaeology, social sciences and history (moving into other domains)• Provide access, through Narcis.nl, to thousands of scientific datasets, e-publications and other research information in the Netherlands• Data projects in collaboration with research communities and partner organisations• Advice, training and support (Data Seal of Approval, Persistent Identifier Infrastructure)• R&D into archiving of and access to digital information
  25. 25. NARCIS.nl: Access to Research Information,e-Publications, Data Sets and more
  26. 26. Challenge for the next five years
  27. 27. Research Data Report Researchers Aggregation: the enhanced publicationOrganizations involved: Topics linking toFunder and research institute related information
  28. 28. Links directly to data in DANS archiveAll data types: data, text, maps, video, audio, still images…
  29. 29. Data Seal of Approval5 Criteria16 GuidelinesThe research data:• can be found on the Internet• are accessible (clear rights and licenses)• are in a usable format• are reliable• can be referred to (persistent identifier)www.datasealofapproval.org
  30. 30. Certification EUDAT RD-Alliance International E-IRG APA NeDiMAH Community OpenAire+ EGI DASISH projects European Europeana ARIADNE EUDwB EHRI CLARIN CESSDA DCCD DARIAH ESFRI CLIO-INFRA Roadmap LifeWatchNational infrastructure ESS CLARIAH BiGGrid Community projects NL Health dataUniv. Libraries/3TU DC e-Humanities Geodata NCDD SURF
  31. 31. My personal LinkedIn network
  32. 32. Certification DARIAH DANS role in DARIAH: • coordinated DARIAH preparation phase • CIO (Chief Integration Officer) inwww.trusteddigitalrepository.eu DARIAH central office • coordinator of VCC 3 (with France)Three levels of trust • Initiator and leading participant in CLARIAHFront office / back office: NL Coalition for• Univ. Libr.: data services for local Digital Preservation: communities • KB: scholarly publications• DANS/3TU DC: Long-term • DANS: research data archiving, training and • Sound & Vision: broadcasting advice, national • National Archives: public records aggregation, common • EYE Film Museum: cultural sector standards, persistent identifier Univ. Libraries/3TU DC NCDD
  33. 33. Data Archiving and Networked ServicesThank you for your attentionand visit us at:www.dans.knaw.nlwww.narcis.nlpeter.doorn@dans.knaw.nlDANS is an institute of KNAW en NWO

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