Faculty of Arts, MU
Our goal is to develop a reliable and technically sustainable storage for digital collections and data created by the FF MU academics. We support education in the field of digital humanities.
“Digital humanities are a platform for getting together – all of a sudden, a linguist, an ethnographer, an IT engineer and a philosopher have something to talk about.”a World Café participant
What We Offer
PhDr. Michal Lorenz, Ph.D.
head of the project
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As an expert guarantor of the project, he is in charge of the research-related communication. This involves communicating with the professional public, in particular, with scientists who use information technologies for data processing and analysis in their research and with lecturers who include elements of digital humanities in their teaching. He executes the research of users and information practices and presents and publishes the resulting findings through scientific communications channels.