Modelling Virtual Research Environments for the Humanities

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Köln
Veranstaltungsort
Internationales Kolleg Morphomata, Weyertal 59, 50937 Köln
Veranstalter
Internationales Kolleg Morphomata an der Universität zu Köln in Kooperation mit dem Cologne Center for eHumanities (CCeH)
Datum
19.04.2010 - 20.04.2010
Von
Christina Borkenhagen

The humanities increasingly rely on digital technologies and are thereby undergoing a change in their methodology even to their theoretical fundaments. There are hardly any areas of study without ongoing research projects that strongly depend on digital resources, use digital analysis methods or plan digital publications.
Within these eHumanities there have recently been significant activities in the development of so-called Virtual Research Environments (VREs). In the first place, VREs can be seen as repositories for digital resources but, in addition, there are ambitions to integrate the already existing research tools developed in the eHumanities (e.g. for text analysis, data mining, etc.) to provide the scholars with a platform for collaborative research.
The Center for Advanced Studies Morphomata (funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research) and the recently founded Cologne Center for eHumanities (CCeH) are organising the workshop: ‘Modelling Virtual Research Environments for the Humanities’. The workshop is an opportunity for the exchange of experiences amongst institutes of the eHumanities, which are currently operating VREs or, like Morphomata with its ‘Digital Agora’, are planning to implement one. Special focus will be placed on the technological foundations of VREs, like repository systems.

Programm

Monday, 19.4.2010 Archäologisches Institut, Übungsraum
7.30 pm Paul Wouters (Amsterdam): E-Research and the End of Theory

Tuesday, 20.4.2010 Internationales Kolleg Morphomata, Bibliothek
9.00 am Dietrich Boschung: Welcome Address

Andreas Geissler (Cologne): The Digital Agora

9.45 Torsten Reimer (London): The International Virtual Research Environment Landscape – Trends, Problems, Lessons

10.30 Coffee Break

11.00 Niels-Oliver Walkowski (Berlin): Der Wissensspeicher der BBAW als Metasystem zur Integration verschiedenartiger Ressourcen

11.45 Günther Görz (Erlangen-Nuremberg): WissKI - Wissenschaftliche Kommunikations-Infrastruktur / Scientific Communication Infrastructure

12.30 Lunch

2.00 pm Florian Willems (Cologne): The Digital Averroes Research Environment and Arachne – From an Archaeological Object Database to a Textual Research Environment

2.45 Undine Lieberwirth (Berlin): TOPOI 2.0 - A Virtual Research Environment for Academics

3.30 Coffee Break

4.00 Malte Dreyer (Munich): eSciDoc Infrastructure - A Fedora-Based e-Research Framework

4.45 Final Discussion

Kontakt

Andreas Geißler

Internationales Kolleg Morphomata, Weyertal 59, 50937 Köln

0221 / 470-1292

andreas.geissler@uni-koeln.de

Zitation
Modelling Virtual Research Environments for the Humanities, 19.04.2010 – 20.04.2010 Köln, in: H-Soz-Kult, 15.04.2010, <www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-13685>.
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