This is the first volume in the publication series of the Network for Digital Humanities and Citizen Science. It is dedicated to the question of the practical design of cooperative research processes in Digital Humanities and Citizen Science in the interplay between the humanities, digital humanities, computer science and other actors. Starting from a concrete project and/or institutional perspective, the focus is on the aspect of cooperation as a content-related, organizational and research-practical bracket of the participating scientific cultures. The aim is to show how cooperation can function in a per se interdisciplinary environment with different approaches and working methods, questions, expectations and objectives, and what experience has been gained with this in the respective project. Special emphasis is placed on the success factors for project work in which it is possible to get involved in the different (subject-specific) and methodological approaches, working methods and ways of thinking of the cooperation partner and to think in different ways about the same project.
By the way: Interested parties from the University of Erfurt who would like to participate in one of the next volumes or are responsible for a volume themselves are welcome to contact Rene Smolarski.
Hendrikje Carius, Martin Prell, René Smolarski (Ed.)
Kooperationen in den digitalen Geisteswissenschaften gestalten
Challenges, experiences and perspectives
V&R Unipress, 1st edition
(also available as open access version)