ELDAH is thrilled to announce the launch of the DARIAH ELDAH Consent Form Wizard (CFW), a tool that provides GDPR-compliant consent form templates for DH research purposes.Continue reading DARIAH ELDAH Consent Form Wizard
In cooperation with the Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud SSHOC, ELDAH is organizing the workshop “Putting data protection into practice: The GDPR and the DARIAH ELDAH Consent Form Wizard”.
13 October 2020, 10 am (est. 90 minutes)
Online: GoToTrainingContinue reading SSHOC WORKSHOP: Putting data protection into practice: The GDPR and the DARIAH ELDAH Consent Form Wizard
ELDAH is hosting a virtual workshop to test the beta version of the Consent Form Wizard (CFW).
ELDAH virtual workshop
April 8, 2020, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
on Zoom – open to all!Continue reading VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: Putting data protection into practice: The DARIAH ELDAH Consent Form Wizard
AS THE ICARUS CONFERENCE WAS CANCELLED DUE TO THE COVID-19 SITUATION, THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN MOVED TO NEW DATE AND A VIRTUAL LOCATION. MOREContinue reading RE-LOCATED: Putting data protection into practice: The DARIAH ELDAH Consent Form Wizard
ELDAH is happy to participate in the DARIAH annual event 2020 which will take place in Zagreb, Croatia from May 26th to 29th.
We invite all ELDAH WG members as well as everyone who would like to become a member to participate in the WG meeting on Tuesday, May 26th.
All those who would like to learn more about our current Consent Form Wizard project are warmly invited to join us during the poster / demo session on Thursday, May 28th. If you would like to dive deeper into the Consent Form Wizard’s functionalities and benefits, please join our workshop “Addressing legal and ethical dimensions of the processing of personal data in research contexts: The ELDAH Consent Wizard as a tool for fostering best practices for consent and transparency in DH” on Wednesday, May 27th.
This half-day workshop will be conducted by ELDAH at the DARIAH annual event 2020 in Zagreb, Croatia on Wednesday, May 27th.Continue reading Addressing legal and ethical dimensions of the processing of personal data in research contexts: The ELDAH Consent Wizard as a tool for fostering best practices for consent and transparency in DH
In the course of the “DARIAH week” in Zagreb, the DARIAH working group ELDAH will meet for a full day workshop on Friday, November 8, at the Library of the Croatian Academy of Science, Trg Josipa Jurja Strossmayera 14.Continue reading ELDAH working group meeting, Zagreb, 8 Nov 2019
We are happy to announce the program for the DH2019 pre-conference workshop “Copyright and humanities research: A global perspective”.
ELDAH is happy to announce participation in the DARIAH Annual Event 2019, which will focus on the topic of Humanities Data and take place in Warsaw, Poland (15 – 17 May 2019). Several ELDAH members are receiving funding from the DARIAH travel envelope in order to participate in the event, thus active involvement of ELDAH in the latest developments within the DARIAH community is ensured.
ELDAH will present a poster in the market place and poster session on Thurday, 16 May 2019, 12.30 pm. The poster will provide an update on what ELDAH has accomplished since the presentation of the poster at last year’s annual event.
The ELDAH working group meeting will take place on Friday, 17 May 2017, 11 am. We warmly invite all current ELDAH members as well as everyone who is interested in joining us to participate in this meeting.
Finally, ELDAH will conduct the workshop “Ethical and legal considerations in obtaining, sharing and reusing data from human participants” in cooperation with DARIAH’s Open Science Officer Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra (more information coming soon).
We invite proposals for contributions to the DH2019 pre-conference workshop “Copyright and Humanities Research: A Global Perspective”, which will take place on July 8, 2019 at the DH2019 conference at Tivoli Vredenburg in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
This workshop is a joint effort of the DARIAH working group ELDAH (Ethics and Legality in Digital Arts and Humanities) and the CLARIN CLIC (CLARIN Legal and Ethical Issues Committee).
In the age of digital information technology and the constant availability of information through the Internet, it is not only important to have democratic access to knowledge, but also essential to consider the potential that lies in the critical production and expansion of knowledge.
Of particular interest and concern to cultural heritage institutions and Humanities scholars are issues of copyright on, provision of and access to digitized material. There is a recognizable political drive in the European Union to facilitate free and public access to cultural heritage and research data in general hosted at publicly funded institutions. However, the lack of legal harmonization and the diverse and often unclear national legislations on the use and provision of resources by public cultural heritage or research and education institutions has been prohibiting a much broader engagement.
DARIAH-EU promotes open access of methods, data and tools. But it also stands for a responsible conduct. As an infrastructure for Arts and Humanities researchers it will not be able to solve all issues arising in the quickly progressing domain of digital research. But with its new ethics and legal strategy it will contribute generally and especially wherever it concerns researchers from communities connected to DARIAH. This will lead to better access to tools and data for researchers as well as to guidelines and orientation for the conduct of their research. Policy makers will equally profit from the outputs of the working group as they will be facilitated with background information on issues related to the working group’s topic.