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DASISH Newsletter 1, June 2012

Welcome to the first issue of the DASISH Newsletter. We hope that you find it useful and that you will forward it to your contacts and networks.

The DASISH Newsletter will be published in this format as an electronic newsletter as needed. The newsletter will present an edited collection of the individual pieces of news and future events published on the DASISH website. DASISH is executed jointly by partners from the 5 ESFRI Research Infrastructures: CESSDA, CLARIN, DARIAH, ESS and SHARE.  

We invite you to submit news of interest to the DASISH community. The more you are willing and able to participate by providing news and adding events, the more lively and interesting the website and the newsletter will be. You can participate through the form on the website

Enjoy your reading,
Hanne Fersøe, Editor
University of Copenhagen

Manifesto of The New Global Data Generation

In this first issue we are very pleased to announce that the DASISH website will also host the initiative Manifesto of The New Global Data Generation. The Manifesto is about simplifying and guaranteeing access and sharing in e-science scenarios. By following this link you can read the Manifesto and show your support. Please don’t miss this opportunity!


DASISH poster at EDAF 2012

The European Data Access Forum was held in Luxembourg 27th and 28th March. DASISH was present with a poster. Read more

DASISH poster at ICRI 2012

The International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI 2012) took place in Copenhagen 21-23 March. DASISH was present with a poster which was well received. Read more

DASISH presented at NORFACE 2012

DASISH was one of the projects presented in the programme at the 2012 NORFACE workshop. Read more

CLARIN granted ERIC status

The European Commission has granted CLARIN ERIC status. Read the message from CLARIN coordinator Steven Krauwer. Read more

Conferences, calls and courses

Digital Humanities 2012

16-22 July University of Hamburg will host the Digital Humanities 2012 conference. Registration will close 12 July 2012. Read more

Call for papers: 5th Baltic Conference on HLT

The Fifth Baltic Conference: Human Language Technologies - The Baltic Perspective is held in Tartu, Estonia, October 4-5, 2012. Read more

First DwB training course

Learn how to work with data from official statistics, EU-LFS in particular. Deadline for applications June 15 2012. Read more

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Best regards,

The DASISH editors

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