Welcome to 4Memory!

Liebe NFDI4Memory Community,
unser zweites Community Forum am 18.09.2024 in Halle (Saale) steht an!
Auch dieses Jahr möchten wir euch wieder ein facettenreiches Programm aus dem 4Memory-Themenspektrum anbieten.
Jetzt ist euer Input gefragt – zu welchen Themen möchtet Ihr besonders gerne auf dem Community Forum mehr erfahren, euch austauschen oder einen Workshop besuchen?
Nehmt bis zum 26. April 2024 an unserer Umfrage https://survey.zdv.uni-mainz.de/index.php/347794?lang=de teil!
Wir freuen uns auf eure Ideen, die wir bestmöglich in unsere Planungen einbeziehen werden!

Das 4Memory Incubator Funds Projekt "ASR4Memory" sucht weitere Pilotnutzende für die automatisierte Transkription von audiovisuellen Ressourcen. Weitere Details hier.

NFDI4Memory is one of the 27 NFDI consortia within Germany that will jointly manage the creation of a long-term and sustainable research data infrastructure (Nationale Forschungsdateninfrastruktur, or “NFDI”) for the digital age. The consortium brings together partners united by a common set of interests, needs, and aims related to the distinct challenges faced by those disciplines that use historical methods or that rely on data requiring historical contextualization.

4Memory represents not only the field of history as such but also other disciplines that make use of historical data as part of their methodologies, such as economic and social history, religious studies, and area studies. It aims to ensure the quality of historical research data, thereby safeguarding the critical role of the humanities in complex, rapidly changing societies.

Determining how the long-standing traditions of source criticism – a speciality of the historically engaged disciplines – can be applied to digital data is a principal goal of 4Memory.

Organizationally, 4Memory aims to establish systematic, sustainable links among three main categories of the producers and users of historical data: historical researchers, memory institutions (archives, libraries, museums, and collections) and information infrastructures.