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A few minutes ago, David Chavalarias and me held a workshop within the Digital Humanities Experiments event on 11/12 June 2015 at the German Historical Institute Paris (DHIP). This blog post is the third part (see all) of a contribution to DHIP’s … Weiterlesen →
What will the scholarly profile page of the future look like? This is the main question of a workshop within the Digital Humanities Experiments event on 11/12 June 2015 at the German Historical Institute Paris (DHIP), led by mathematician David Chavalarias … Weiterlesen →
We’re used to being able to easily find researchers’ profile pages on the web, often more than one about one and the same researcher. These profile pages go far beyond the digital version of a traditional CV (“curriculum vitae”). A … Weiterlesen →