This is my first collaborative project, this time with OpenMethods, a wonderful, DARIAH-EU sustained platform, aiming to make digital tools and methods more visible – This episode thus gets launched here and on OpenMethods simultaneously. On OpenMethods, you can find the conversation as part of the Spotlight series, which introduces the people behind specific tools. In this session, Chen Shih-Pei, digital content curator at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, discusses the creation, role, and significance of two tools, LoGaRT (Local Gazetteers Research Tools) and RISE (Research Infrastructure for the Study of Eurasia). The conversation was recorded at Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin (Berlin State Library).
As mentioned above, you can find the session on OpenMethods: https://openmethods.dariah.eu/2022/08/08/openmethods-spotlights-4-improving-access-to-asian-cultural-heritage-and-enabling-new-ways-to-connect-and-study-them-a-podcast-with-aliz-horvath-and-shih-pei-chen/
Further, the following link leads to an adjacent post I, as member of the Editorial Team of OpenMethods, wrote about LoGaRT and RISE: https://openmethods.dariah.eu/2022/06/15/logart-and-rise-two-multilingual-tools-from-the-max-planck-institute-for-the-history-of-science/