Common Objectives and Standards

Common Objectives Six week-long Schools

  1. The participant knows how to use the collection [of the library/archive etc.] for investigations on historical religious issues.
  2. The participant increases her/his expertise significantly in terms of awareness of the importance of making use of the results from different disciplines in order to analyse and use the materials of these collections for his/her work.
  3. The participant is familiar with the range of materials available in the libraries/archives.
  4. The participant can present the importance of the knowledge in these materials for a proper development of research in the domain of historical religious studies.
  5. The participant is trained to a certain extend in codicology and palaeography, the history of books, ancient manuscripts restoration and preservation.
  6. The participant will acquire initial knowledge about organisation and management of archival materials, video and audio archives.
  7. The participant is capable to train others in the use of the program.

Common Objectives Six Three-Days Courses in Digital Humanities

  1. The participant is able to use the opportunities that arise from the development of digital humanities for historical religious studies.
  2. The participant has the possibility to deal with experts in digital humanities and to experience the heuristic potential available through digital tools and resources.
  3. The participant is aware of the specific features of the digital tools available through ReIReS and the potentiality of their use in the research activity.
  4. During the school, the participant can work on specific case studies with constant guidance of experts.
  5. The participant gains knowledge and experience about strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges of the digital transformation of cultural objects.
  6. The participant is capable to train others in the use of the program.

Common Standards

  • Learning goals are defined for each school/course, and approved by the WP leader before sending the invitations.
  • The schools/courses have a “train the trainer” character.
  • The training institution supports the future trainings by the participants.
  • Training materials are accessible for others and can be used by others.
  • Program content is in accordance with the goals of ReIReS.
  • Max. 22 persons per training, affiliated to ReIReS partners.
  • Trainers are acknowledged international experts, capable to train the trainer.
  • For each school a registration list with the names/institutions of the attendees will be available for the WP leader.
  • Participants of the schools/courses will train others to the same approach min. 1 time during the project period
  • Participants of the schools/courses are able to train others to the same approach.

Latest revision date: October 10, 2018.