- E-based Humanities and E-humanities on a SURF platform
- Amsterdam: Kircz Research Amsterdam
- Document type
- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Informatics Institute (IVI)
As of 2003, SURF enables three platforms: ICT and Research, Education, and Organisation. Within these programmes, SURF has funds available to promote ICT innovations. Innovation is not an easy notion to explain. Too often we encounter new wine in old bottles and changes in vocabulary frequently cover the continuation of existingprogrammes in a new framework.This explorative study was commissioned to review the underlaying issues and to suggest new directions for research that will exploit ICT in the Humanities to our best advantage. Thus, the purpose of this study is to provide an insight in the complicated relationship between so-called E-techniques and the humanities or better E-humanities. Based on thisgeneral insight, suggestions for a SURF policy in the E-humanities are offered.
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