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 discussed 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.