Geneva Center for Security Center Governance (DCAF) is dedicated to making states and people safer, within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law and respect for human rights. Since 2000, the Centre has facilitated, driven and shaped security sector reform (SSR) policy and programming around the world.
DCAF creates innovative knowledge products, promotes norms and good practices, and provides legal and policy advice. DCAF supports capacity building of state, civil society and private sector stakeholders by providing access to independent expertise and information on Security Sector Governance and Reform (SSG/R).
DCAF's publications include a number of toolkits for trainers, training tips, and training modules on security issues.
Discovery framework and hosting platform for DARIAH learning resources. Currently in beta. All kind of topics. Also RDM.
Shift scholarly communication towards openness and transparency and facilitate innovative ways to communicate and monitor research. OpenAIRE provides: open science services, training for open science and open science policies.
OpenAIRE Support aims to train researchers, content providers, policy makers to acquire skills and competencies to Open Science practice. For this purpose, guides, factsheets and webinars to fostering culture change for Open Science practice have been set up, and workshops are organised, OpenAIRE Support also provides use cases of OpenAIRE services for different stakeholders.
|PARTHENOS: Training Suite||
The PARTHENOS cluster of humanities research infrastructure projects has devised this series of training modules and resources for researchers, educators, managers and policy makers who want to learn more about research infrastructures and the issues and methods around them. There are also materials for trainers available.
|Citizen Science in the (Digital) Arts and Humanities||
This module looks at the variety of practices within ‘citizen science’, how you as a humanist might get started working with them, what issues you might be wary of along the way and how Research Infrastructures can potentially help you.
By the end of this module, you should be able to: Recognise and define common approaches to incorporating citizen science into research projects in the arts and humanities; be aware of strategies and tools for managing citizen input to research; and recognise some of the possible challenges in such projects and be equipped to manage them.
A helpdesk offered by CLARIN-D which also provides help with TeLeMaCo materials.
|CLARIN Knowledge Centres||
One central step in building the Knowledge Sharing Infrastructure is the establishment of Knowledge Centres. This page provides an up-to-date list with the existing Knowledge Centres.
Any institute can apply for being recognized as a K-Centre -- existing technical CLARIN (B- and C-) Centres, but also institutes which are not (yet) part of CLARIN. It is not even necessary that the country of the institute be a member of CLARIN ERIC (already), and even not in Europe. K-Centres can also be distributed, that is, consist of a collaboration between more than one physical institute.