The PARTHENOS project, a cluster-project that brings together knowledge and resources from Research Infrastructures and Humanities projects, has released the final additions to its Training Suite, with two new sub-modules and a collection of video case studies. The latest additions to the PARTHENOS portfolio were launched on 4 October 2019 by Prof. Jennifer Edmond, Director of the Centre for Digital Humanities, at the PARTHENOS Impact Event held in Rome, Italy.
The two new sub-modules, “Collections and Digitised Newspapers as Historical Sources”, written by Luxembourg and Swiss-based project Impresso and “Digital Humanities and Heritage Research Infrastructures”, written by a multi-national team at the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS), have been added to the ‘anthology’ module “Digital Humanities Research Questions and Methods”.
In addition to these two sub-modules, the PARTHENOS project is delighted to include a collection of video case studies that feature Prof. Melissa Terras (University of Edinburgh) and Dr. Justin Tonra (NUI Galway) discussing various aspects of the long-running Transcribe Bentham project.
Further details are available on the PARTHENOS Training Suite, which provides reusable training materials that can be accessed for free by students, lecturers and anyone interested in issues and skills related to e-Heritage and Digital Humanities.