DARIAH-DK is the Danish branch of the DARIAH ERIC. DARIAH is short for Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities. DARIAH is a network to enhance and support digitally enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities.
DARIAH was established as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) in August 2014, and DARIAH-DK was one of the founding members. DARIAH-DK is based at Aarhus University, but calls and such are open to all higher education institutions in Denmark, seeing as the membership is national.
DARIAH-DK facilitates transnational communities and services for education and training (#dariahTeach, DH Course Registry), ethics and legality (ELDAH), and WGs related to the arts. DARIAH-DK liaises with collaborating institutions in the Nordic area (DARIAH Nordic Hub), particularly on education and innovation. Finally, DARIAH-DK continues to strengthen the DARIAH Nordic Hub, and the integration of the arts and the cultural creative industries in DARIAH-EU.
DARIAH aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities. DARIAH is a network of people, expertise, information, knowledge, content, methods, tools and technologies from its member countries. 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 integrates digital arts and humanities research and activities from across Europe, enabling transnational and transdisciplinary approaches. In particular, it provides value to its members and stakeholders
Through these activities, DARIAH promotes the further development of research methods in the arts and humanities, documenting the state-of-the-art, supporting the preservation and curation of research data with a focus on particular challenges including diversity, provenance, multimedia collections and granularity, and acting as a coordinator and integrator for a diverse community of practice.
The SSK is a tool which focuses on giving researchers access to standards in a meaningful way.
This course introduces sound studies as a discipline that investigates how sound makes sense in particular contexts.
Structurally, DARIAH operates through the Europe-wide networks of the Virtual Competency Centres (VCCs) and their constituent working groups. Each of the four VCCs is cross-disciplinary, multi-institutional, international and centred on a specific area of expertise.
DARIAH has impact on four interconnected domains: research, education, culture and economy. The consortium supports the sustainable development of digitally-enabled research in the arts and humanities by building services for researchers working with ICT-based methods. It helps them to further advance their research and ensures the long-term accessibility of their work, thus directly contributing to the understanding of the cultural, economical, social and political life in Europe and beyond. In addition, it offers teaching material as well as teaching opportunities to develop digital research skills.
DARIAH is at the forefront of a changing knowledge discovery market and possesses significant strength in this field through its partners. DARIAH also demonstrates how traditional humanities research skills play a prominent role in the digital age, and how such skills can be deployed in a commercial setting.