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CLARIAH: Toog Day




Het project CLARIAH voor de geesteswetenschappen organiseert op 9 maart een Toog Day: een dag om aan het publiek te laten zien hoe het project vordert en wat de toekomstplannen zijn.

Uit de aankondiging:

As a project, CLARIAH is at 3/4; the current phase will end at the beginning of 2019. The main goal of this "Toog Dag" is to show the audience the current state of the project, what has been done so far and the initiatives for the coming period:

  • what has been done?
  • what is available right now?
  • who is using the CLARIAH-infrastructure?

The projects granted for the CLARIAH Research Pilot and the National Archives will give a short pitch about their projects.

To clarify what is happening inside the CLARIAH-community there will be a demonstration session during the lunch break by the Research Pilots, the National Archives and various researchers from the humanities and the computer sciences.

Keynote speakers
To strengthen the cooperation with The National Library (KB) and the Network Digital Heritage (NDE) in CLARIAH-PLUS, that will hopefully be granted this year, we are happy to announce as our keynote speakers: Enno Meijers (KB) and Wilbert Helmus (NDE).

Network Digital Heritage
Since 2015 the Network Digital Heritage (NDE) works on raising the visibility of the digital heritage information in and about Netherlands. NDE is an initiative of The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in cooperation with The Institute of Sound and Vision, The National Archives, National Cultural Heritage Agency, The National Library of The Netherlands (KB) and The Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). These five 'nodes' aim to attain a closer cooperation with all the institutions that manage cultural heritage collections to create a cross-domain and user-centric range of heritage information. In recent years there has been a program of activities started that focuses on making heritage information more visible, usable and sustainable. The type of information and the technology used have strong interactions with the CLARIAH program. In this session Wilbert Helmus (NDE manager) and Enno Meijers (Information manager KB) will go deeper into these interactions and on the opportunities they see for a closer cooperation with CLARIAH.

Waar en wanneer:
  • 9 maart 2018
  • Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Den Haag
Meer informatie:

Locatie:
Provincie Zuid-Holland

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