Linnaeus University renews cooperative partnership with the DARIAH network
Deepens the collaboration in a European infrastructure for research that enhances and supports digitally-enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities.
In October, Linnaeus University, together with Uppsala University, took the step to renew their cooperative partnership with the The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH-EU). In 2016, Linnaeus University was the first Swedish university to join the network. That year, the Digital Humanities research centre was also established at the university.
“The new collaboration will mean new opportunities for us to develop and strengthen collaborations between Swedish institutions and European academic and heritage institutions”, says Koraljka Golub, professor of library and information science and one of the leaders of Digital Humanities.
DARIAH is a European research infrastructure that brings together experts, knowledge, methods, tools and technologies from its 22 member countries and 15 partners in 10 other countries. The goal is to improve and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities.