DARIAH-EU: towards sustainable digital research
infrastructure in the Arts and Humanities
Ingrida Vosyliūtė
Vilnius Univer...
What is DARIAH?

“Aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled
research across the humanities and arts”
• To develop, mai...
A quick history of DARIAH
• 2006: DARIAH included in the ESFRI
Roadmap
• 2008 – 2011: Preparatory Phase:
project Preparing...
Establishing European organization
DARIAH-EU
DARIAH submitted
European Research
Infrastructure Consortium
(ERIC) applicati...
Potential Members of the DARIAH-ERIC
Founding Members

Founding Members

2014 +

Austria

Ireland

Belgium

Croatia

Italy...
DARIAH-ERIC organisation chart
General Assembly
(National Representatives)
Intergovernmental
Organisation

Member State B
...
DARIAH-ERIC financial model
• 4 million euro per year
• National contributions made by members (GDP-based)
• Contributions...
Scientific activities are implemented through VCCs by integrating national
activities
•To establish a shared technology pl...
Few examples

http://openedition.org

http://textgrid.de/en

https://easy.dans.knaw.nl/ui/home http://oeaw.ac.at/icltt

ht...
Towards DARIAH collaboration strategy
Affiliated projects
• ARIADNE, CENDARI, DASISH, EHRI, NeDiMAH, (DiXit)
Sibling initi...
Key elements for sustainable DARIAH
•
•
•
•
•

Legal Status
Reliable partners
Efficient organisational structure In-kind
E...
Thank you!

www.dariah.eu

dariah-info@dariah.eu
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4th OpenAIRE Workshop - Legal and Sustainability Issues for Open Access Infrastructures
Nov. Vilnius
Perspectives, Ideas, success and challenges of sustainability models
DARIAH - Ingrida Vosyliūtė, Project manager, Vilnius University Faculty of Communication

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  1. 1. DARIAH-EU: towards sustainable digital research infrastructure in the Arts and Humanities Ingrida Vosyliūtė Vilnius University Faculty of Communication ingrida.vosyliute@kf.vu.lt www.dariah.eu
  2. 2. What is DARIAH? “Aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research across the humanities and arts” • To develop, maintain and operate an infrastructure in Sally Chambers support of ICT-based research practices DARIAH-EU Coordination Office • To help researchers in using ICT-enabled methods to analyse and interpret digital resources • To facilitate long-term access to, and use for, digital research data
  3. 3. A quick history of DARIAH • 2006: DARIAH included in the ESFRI Roadmap • 2008 – 2011: Preparatory Phase: project Preparing DARIAH • 2011 – 2013: Transition Phase: establishing the DARIAH-ERIC Cash In-kind
  4. 4. Establishing European organization DARIAH-EU DARIAH submitted European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) application In-kind This legal framework will facilitate the long-term sustainability of DARIAH Cash http://ec.europa.eu/research/infrastructures/index_en.cfm?pg=eric
  5. 5. Potential Members of the DARIAH-ERIC Founding Members Founding Members 2014 + Austria Ireland Belgium Croatia Italy Lithuania Denmark Luxembourg Poland France Netherlands Portugal Germany Serbia Switzerland Greece Slovenia Signed Letters of Commitment received to date: Austria Netherlands Luxembourg Slovenia
  6. 6. DARIAH-ERIC organisation chart General Assembly (National Representatives) Intergovernmental Organisation Member State B DARIAH-EU Coordination Office Scientific Board Member State A Board of Directors Chair + Vice-Chair NCC Chair + Vice-Chair JRC Senior Management Team National Coordinators (Full Members and Observers) National Coordinator Committee VCC 1 Heads VCC 2 Heads VCC 3 Heads Joint Research Committee VCC 4 Heads
  7. 7. DARIAH-ERIC financial model • 4 million euro per year • National contributions made by members (GDP-based) • Contributions consist of two parts: * Cash (10%) * In-kind (90%) In-kind In-Kind In-Kind Cash Cash
  8. 8. Scientific activities are implemented through VCCs by integrating national activities •To establish a shared technology platform for Arts and Humanities research •To expose and share researcher's knowledge, methodologies and expertise •To facilitate the exposure and sharing of scholarly content •To interface with key influencers in and for the Arts and Humanities
  9. 9. Few examples http://openedition.org http://textgrid.de/en https://easy.dans.knaw.nl/ui/home http://oeaw.ac.at/icltt http://dighumlab.dk http://dh.tcd.ie/dhc/
  10. 10. Towards DARIAH collaboration strategy Affiliated projects • ARIADNE, CENDARI, DASISH, EHRI, NeDiMAH, (DiXit) Sibling initiatives • BAMBOO, CLARIN, TEI Cultural heritage initiatives • Europeana, DC-Net Technological initiatives • EGI, EUDAT Larger circle initiatives • APA, GRDI2020, OpenAIRE
  11. 11. Key elements for sustainable DARIAH • • • • • Legal Status Reliable partners Efficient organisational structure In-kind Established financial model Wide range scientific activities, including national projects • Collaboration with other European projects and infrastructures Cash
  12. 12. Thank you! www.dariah.eu dariah-info@dariah.eu
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