CLARIN and DARIAH are two European Research Infrastructure Consortia (ERICs) for data-driven research in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. They offer technical and social infrastructures in a sustainable way and also play important roles in educating new generations of researchers and shaping national and European research policy.
CLARIN and DARIAH are distributed infrastructures. Their nodes are institutions (such as universities, research institutes, libraries and museums) forming national consortia and regional hubs. CLARIN and DARIAH provide standards and support interoperability at all relevant levels, aiming at the integration of the national and regional networks into a wider, pan-European infrastructure that increases the visibility of digital data expertise. In line with the Open Science Agenda, CLARIN and DARIAH enable access to research data and stimulate data reuse.
Several CLARIN and DARIAH consortia have joined forces on a national scale. On a supranational level, CLARIN and DARIAH cooperate in a number of EU projects, most recently in PARTHENOS, SSHOC and ERIC Forum.
The Digital Humanities Course Registry, hosted under this domain, is a community-driven platform, jointly initiated and maintained by CLARIN and DARIAH. It features the most up-to-date overview of DH courses offered at universities worldwide.