Would your research benefit from international collaboration and the sharing of large amounts of data? Then we have good news, because the successful competition for researchers “Enlighten Your Research” in the Netherlands now becomes International!
CLARIN-NL project MIGMAP has developed a fascinating web application for studying migration patterns in the Netherlands during the 20th century. The application has been developed by UiL-OTS (Utrecht University) and the Meertens Instituut under supervision of Gerrit Bloothooft (UU).
- "Horizontal mobility", between CLARIN centres in different
- "Vertical mobility", between CLARIN centres on the one hand,
As this call for humanities and social sciences scholars to participate in an usability study is aimed at scholars in the Netherlands, this call is published in Dutch.
We suggest that you have a look at the projects from Calls 1 and 2. They seem to have an enormous showcase potential, so "we" should try to do something with this.
Further details will be published this month via the Digging into Data website and on the website of the national partners, among which NWO Geesteswetenschappen.
More information and relevant links can be found on the event page on this website.
On September 13, CLARIN-NL organized a Component Metadata (CMDI) tutorial at the MPI in Nijmegen. All presentations of the workshop have been recorded, in the hope that this material could also be of use to those who could not be there. You can find these HD recordings, together with the slides and excercises at:
We hope this can serve as useful material for the CLARIN centres under development!