D2.1 User Requirements Report
This document is the final version of deliverable D2.1 of the PARTHENOS project, which addresses user requirements and needs. It contains a comprehensive report based on a review of literature produced by previous relevant projects, supplemented with additional direct input from PARTHENOS partners.
D2.2 Report on the assessment of the education and training plans and activities
The document provides information on the assessment of the initial training plan (D7.1 Initial Training Plan) and activities developed by the PARTHENOS work package Work Package 7. A comprehensive report based on two assessment exercises is supplemented with additional input about the first implementations of the initial training plan and its assessment.
D3.1 Guidelines for Common Policies Implementation
The document presents the first definition of PARTHENOS high-level principles, offered as common guidelines to build bridges between different, although tightly interrelated fields and stakeholders within the Humanities by the harmonization of policy definition and their implementation.
D4.1 Standardization Survival Kit
The document provides an overview of the various components of the Standardization Survival Kit (SSK) which is conceived as a comprehensive online environment aiming at providing basic information, documentation and resources concerning standards applicable to a wide scope of digitally based humanities and cultural heritage research activities.
D4.2 Report on Standardization
The report reflects the second stage of the definition of the Standardisation Survival Kit (SSK). On the basis of the various user scenarios presented in Deliverable 4.1, where each stage of the research process has been annotated according to the actual standards that are actually needed in order to fulfil the research task, we present here a systematic review of the activities that have to be carried out to provide support to researchers in using, but also contributing to, these standards.
D5.1 Report on the Common Semantic Framework
This deliverable describes the first results of the design of the common semantic framework for the PARTHENOS project. The common semantic framework aims to build interoperability between the resources made available by participating Research Infrastructures (RI) and ERICs in the PARTHENOS project infrastructure
D5.2 Design of the Joint Resource Registry
This deliverable presents a description of the existing registries in the humanities area, and presents the architecture of the Joint Resource Registry service that implements the model defined.
D6.1 PARTHENOS Cloud Infrastructure
This report describes the PARTHENOS e-infrastructure architecture: the hardware and the services. Hardware is organized as a dynamic cloud of virtual machines, supporting computation and storage, while the services are organized into e-infrastructure middleware, storage, and end user services.
D7.1 Initial Training Plan
This Initial Training Plan forms a summary of the work conducted by Work Package 7 up to May 2016. It incorporates the recommendations of user requirements investigations by members of Task 2.4, as well as additional background research by WP7 members into existing training programmes available within Digital Humanities (DH), and the outcomes of a workshop meeting held in Dublin in February 2016 comprising members of WP7 and DARIAH Teach to discuss the audience types within the DH community, the awareness of Research Infrastructures beyond the scope of the projects within PARTHENOS, and how best to raise awareness and provide training within those communities.
D8.2 Initial Communication Plan
The deliverable presents the initial results of PARTHENOS WP8 “Communication, dissemination and outreach”. It provides a general communication and dissemination strategy for PARTHENOS, as well as a detailed plan of action for months 1 to 15 of the project.
D8.3 First Year Communication Report, and Updated Communication Plan
The deliverable reports on the implementation of this plan during the first twelve months of the project (May 2015-April 2016) and contains the planning of communication and dissemination activities for the second year (May 2016-April 2017). It presents an overall assessment of the success of our existing communication and dissemination strategy, including necessary revisions (section 3); reports in detail on all relevant dissemination and communication tasks in the first year (section 4); provides a quantitative assessment of our activities against the evaluation criteria set in the initial plan (section 5); and finally outlines our detailed plans for the next 12 months (section 6) and establishes revised evaluation criteria for this period (section 7).