DARIAH-EU’s web survey – to determine how researchers and scholars across Europe use digital resources, methods, and tools – has been extended to 31 January 2015. The survey has already gathered responses from across Europe from a variety of sources, and is now striving to obtain survey responses from underrepresented disciplines.
In Ireland, survey organizers are especially looking for responses from those working in the Anthropology or Ethnology, Archaeology, Classics, Ethnic, Gender and Cultural Studies, Medieval Studies, Music, Philosophy and Theology or Religious Studies fields. Please help ensure these responses by disseminating the link to the survey (found here).
The results of the survey will help DARIAH better serve the needs of arts and humanities researchers, by informing future activities and programs. As a reminder, the survey is available in English, French, German, Greek, Lithuanian, Cyrillic Serbian, Latin Serbian, Slovenia and Spanish – and now Polish as well.