COURAGE Raised Interest in Washington, D.C.

2016.11.28. 10:55

The project was presented to the audience of the 48th Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) in Washington on 17-20 November 2016. Tamás Scheibner (Institute of History at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) attended the THATCamp pre-convention workshop on 17 November organized by the Slavic Digital Humanities Affiliate Group. At THAT Camp librarians, scholars, and IT developers presented their projects and scheibner-20161119_144307discussed good practices in Digital Humanities, technical issues of IT development, and recent developments in the field. Dr Scheibner was also contributed to a roundtable discussion on panel “DH6: Digital Humanities in and out of the Classroom” on 19 November 2016. Apart of introducing COURAGE’s aims and practices, he spoke about how the project has been developed into a laboratory of innovative training for graduate and postgraduate students.