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Kim są polscy humaniści cyfrowi?

Maryl, Maciej

Who Are Polish Digital Humanists?
To sketch a profile of Polish digital humanists, Maryl draws on the results of a European
survey on scholarly practices and digital needs in the arts and humanities. This survey
was conducted in 2014 and 2015 by the Digital Methods and Practices Observatory
(DiMPO), a working group of the European consortium DARIAH. The results are analysed
in the context of the concept of waves of digital humanities: the first wave is simple
digitization, the second entails the use of advanced digital methods, the third harnesses
critical reflection on the epistemology of digital instruments. Maryl proposes to classify
digital humanists by placing them on different points on a spectrum, from those using
basic tools to the most advanced users.

Artykuł napisany w ramach prac Digital Methods and Practices Observatory (DiMPO), Grupy Roboczej DARIAH-ERIC. Dziękuję Nephelie Chatzidiakou (Digital Curation Unit, IMIS-Athena Research Centre) za wstępne przetworzenie wyników.
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