Digital Transformation of Austrian Humanities (DiTAH) is a collaborative project of nine Austrian research institutions that seeks to establish and promote the use of digital tools and methods in humanities research and education in Austria.
From May 2020 to April 2024, the project will work on better availability of research data in accordance with the FAIR Data Principles (findability, accessibility, interoperability, reusability), and will develop and make available tools and methods that can be used in everyday research and teaching across the humanities, curated for the needs of the Austrian research community.
The ACDH-CH is involved in all three major task areas: “Infrastructure and research data”, “Tools and methods” as well as “Knowledge transfer & training”.
Knowledge transfer is conceived as an integrative task, that aims to foster the community’s access to available practices, methods and tools. Therefore, the team at the ACDH-CH focuses on developing supportive didactic concepts and training materials such as tutorials bringing closer together the core technologies and best practices of DH.
The ACDH-CH works in partnership with: