DiMPAH

Project: Digital Methods Platform for Arts and Humanities (DiMPAH)

DiMPAH aims to aggregate, connect and make widely available novel Open Education Resources (OERs) on selected digital methods, apply these to interdisciplinary contexts and foster novel creative learning experiences by taking data from the past into future stories.

Project information

Project manager
Koraljka Golub

Other project members at Linnaeus University
Romain Herault
Pernilla Seversson
Jukka Tyrkkö
Fredrik Hanell
Ludvig Papmehl-Dufay

Other project members at other universities
Marianne Ping Huang Aarhus University
Tobias Blanke and Giovanni Colavizza University of Amsterdam
Antoine Doucet and Cécile Chantraine Braillon University of La Rochelle
Maria Michael and Stella Hadjistassou University of Cyprus
Olívia Pestana University of Porto

Participating organizations
Linnaeus University, Aarhus University, University of Amsterdam, University of La Rochelle, University of Cyprus and University of Porto.

Supporting partners
The iSchools Organization
DARIAH-EU
Europeana
Amsterdam Time Machine
Time Machine Europe
National Library of France
EU-Conexus European University for Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability

Financier
Erasmus+

Timetable
1 Sep 2020–31 Aug 2023

Subject
Digital Humanities (Department of Cultural Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Humanities)

DiMPAH in Erasmus+ website
DiMPAH on Facebook
DiMPAH on LinkedIn
DiMPAH on Twitter

Highlights

  • Dimpah at Time Machine Organization’s (TMO) Webinar on Project Scouting and Third Parts Services, October 2020. See video (2 min).
  • Argentinian-Polish congress about theatre, online, December 2020. Author: Cécile Chantraine Braillo. See video, from 6h3min38s (In Spanish).
  • Event on Digital Humanities at La Rochelle University, November 2020. Author: Cécile Chantraine Braillon and Antoine Doucet. See video (in French).
  • DiMPAH in the iSchools news
  • DiMPAH at timemachine.eu

Staff

Marianne Ping Huang, Aarhus University

Tobias Blanke and Giovanni Colavizza, University of Amsterdam

Antoine Doucet and Cécile Chantraine Braillon, University of La Rochelle

Maria Michael and Stella Hadjistassou, University of Cyprus

Olívia Pestana, University of Porto

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