Communities

DIGHUMLAB Helpdesk

DIGHUMLAB is a national, distributed research infrastructure that integrates and promotes tools, digital resources, communities, and opportunities to Danish researchers in the humanities and social sciences. If you can’t find what you are looking for – ask our helpdesk

CLARIN

Language-based Materials and Tools

In CLARIN, we provide services for researchers and students who investigate language-based materials, be it in the field of translation, history, political science, literature, classical studies, literature.

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Mobile Labs

Experimental labs

Mobile Labs provides help for students and researchers, with recording and editing their data. The physical lab with recording equipment and Mac’s with video editing software is located in Kolding. The workshops are available on demand either in the lab in Kolding or at your location. We provide online tutorials for software we teach in our workshops among others (Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro, and CLAN).

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LARM.fm

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LARM.fm is an online platform where university researchers, teachers, and students have access to a huge archive of Danish radio and television programme from the State Media Archive.

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NetLab

Research infrastructure for the study of internet materials

Are you a media scholar, a historian, a social scientist, or any other kind of scholar from the humanities or the social sciences who want to study the internet? 

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VILA

Experimental labs

DigHumLab’s experimental labs support research into embodied human interaction in a wide range of environments, and with a focus on (social) cognition, learning, and design.

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DIGETIK

Ethical challenges in digital research

DIGETIK is a forum consisting of information on ethical challenges in digital research within the humanities and social sciences.

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Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

Controversy Mapping

  • Represented by Associate Professor Henrik Bødker, Aarhus University
  • Contact: Henrik Bødker

The Digital Archive as Agent

TEI-standard for Digital Publishing