Between 22 and 24 of March in Lausanne took place the #dariahTeach Open Resource Conference with a participation of over 100 researchers and organizations that are interested in explored how new pedagogical aspects of digital enhanced learning can be driven by communities of enablers and stakeholders, while also being embedded in education frameworks.


As part of the event the  #dariahTeach learning platform was launched.  #dariahTeach is developing open source, community-driven, source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities.
All the researcher are invited to contribute and help growing the platform.

Elena González Blanco, the Director of Digital Humanities Lab (LINHD) attended the event with the presentation “DH Training in Spanish: Digital Humanities as an e-learning platform
to teach between Spain and Latin America” and talking about the online teaching methodology using as an example the last POSTDATA Workshop we have organised between 15 and 17 of March.

The event was organised by University of Lausanne and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics. For more information about the event and to all the presentations and videos visit de #dariahTeach website.