DARIAH-FI? Workshop day 18.12.2017

DARIAH-FI? Workshop day for Arts and Humanities Research Infrastructures in Finland

Mon 18.12.2017 Helsinki University Library (7th floor Auditorium) 10:00-16:00

Welcome to discuss Humanities Research Infrastructures with Sally Chambers (DARIAH EU, University of Ghent) and Helsinki University researchers.

What does DARIAH EU offer and why should we take part in an ERIC for humanities? In the morning session we seek answers and challenges from political and administrative viewpoints and for the afternoon session we invite successful examples of digital humanities researchers working with service infrastructures.  Separate but complementary sessions help to define next steps for digital humanities research infrastructure network in Finland.

Research Infrastructure Goals & Development 10-11:30am                            

10:00 Welcome, prof. Mikko Tolonen, HELDIG

10:05 Sally Chambers: Establishing DARIAH-BE

11:00 Prepared comments by Petteri Kauppinen (Ministry of Education and Culture, presentation), Marko Peura (University of Helsinki, presentation) and Krister Lindén (FIN-CLARIN, presentation)

Chair prof. Mikko Tolonen

Break for Lunch 11:30-13:00

Researchers as Service Users – Best Practices 1-4pm

13.00 Welcome, prof. Mikko Tolonen

13:05 Researcher: Antti Kanner – Linguistics (presentation)

13:25 Comment: CSC Finnish Centre of IT for Science (presentation)

13:50 Researcher: Jaakko Tahkokallio – Medieval Studies (presentation)

14:10 Comment: The Finnish National Library (presentation)

14.30-14.50 Coffee

14:50 Researcher: Krista Lagus – Digital Social Science (presentation)

15:10 Comment: Language Bank of Finland (presentation)

15:30 Towards DARIAH Finland? Maija Paavolainen, Helsinki University Library

15:45 Next steps discussion, chair prof. Mikko Tolonen

Please register for limited seats in the auditorium and the afternoon coffee break.

All welcome!  

Contact Maija Paavolainen (maija.paavolainen(at)helsinki.fi) for more information.

Workshop is a joint effort by Helsinki University Library and HELDIG Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities.