In this instalment of the “brainfood series”, exploration space and it’s ACDH-CH project PROVIDEDH are inviting to the unique “exponential science” series in May to envision jointly challenges and chances of transformation and discovery of new scientific mindsets.
In the second instalment of the "brainfood" event series of 2018, Enric Senabre Hidalgo guides a participatory workshop about principles of participatory design and Agile frameworks applied to open science.
Das Festival der österreichischen Wissenschaft "WissensDurst 2018" bietet u.a. für das Team "Methods and Innovation" in entspannter Atmosphäre die Gelegenheit zum Thema “Essen” Fragen zu teilen und Arbeitsprozesse zu reflektieren.
Spanning the course of two days, this conference brings together international researchers with diverse backgrounds and experiences to facilitate knowledge exchange and the development of novel concepts in this particular area of research.
In the first instalment of the "brainfood" event series, Dariusz Jemielniak presents the results of his longitudinal ethnographic study of the Wikipedia community and speaks on the meaning of conflict for participatory communities.
In a talk organized by the ACDH and the HEPHY (Institute of High Energy Physics), Dr Markus Nordberg (Head of Resources Developement at CERN, Switzerland) spoke about collaborative research in experimental physics and what other disciplines could learn from it.
With Integrating Technology in team-based learning Alexandra Angeletaki and Eveline Wandl-Vogt presented a hands-on workshop (EN/DE) on strategies to approach digital technology implemented in their outreach activities and experiment with new ideas.