The SHAPE-ID project has created a webinar series to engage a wider audience in discussions around the integration of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences inter-and transdisciplinary research.

In February and March 2021, SHAPE-ID organises two webinars:

Infrastructure for Interdisciplinary Engagement: Lessons from the Digital Humanities Thursday 18 February 13:00-14:15 (CET)

This webinar aims to learn from digital research infrastructures about how they foster inter-and transdisciplinary research between humanities scholars on the one hand and computer scientists and developers on the other. It will be the opportunity to share lessons learned from Digital Humanities and explore user involvement strategies designed to disseminate tools, services and methodologies among DH-curious and non-digital scholars.

To find more information and register, click here.

Transdisciplinary Dialogues: Research Partnership for Impact – Thursday 18 March 13:00-14:15 (CET)

Partnerships with actors in civil society, industry, the cultural sector and citizens, are increasingly important to develop societally relevant research. The webinar will invite experts engaged in transdisciplinary work bridging research and society to discuss the importance, benefits and challenges of building transdisciplinary partnerships and co-creation, with examples from their own sectors and projects.

To find more information and register, click here.

To find out more about SHAPE-ID, please visit their website.