About the module
This module is about collaboration and cooperation between humanists and computer scientist and about collaboration between Research Infrastructures and cultural heritage institutions.
Collaboration and cooperation are at the heart of the Digital Humanities. To understand the underlying principles of collaboration will serve humanists, cultural heritage practitioners, and computer scientist. All of them profit from learning a common language that enables them to do things better together in a infrastructural way. This module is especially suited for learners that already have a sound knowledge of role and functioning of Research Infrastructures in the Digital Humanities. You may wish to go through the module Introduction to Infrastructures before embarking on this one.
By the end of this module, you should be able to…
- Understand what is meant by collaboration in humanities research
- Be aware of how this model impacts upon the development of digital humanities, and digital humanities research infrastructures
As you continue through this module, you will be able to see your progress as you reach the end of each section. Some sections span a few pages, but you can navigate between them using the buttons at the bottom of each page.
Each sub-section has a ‘Further Learning’ tab for resources which will allow you to deepen your knowledge. These lists are not exhaustive, but will give you a sense of next steps in any topic you find of particular use or interest.
How to navigate through the module
The main sections of this module are:
- General Introduction
- Collaborations between Humanists and Computer Scientists
- Collaborations between RIs and CHIs