, INFRADEV-03-2016-2017 -Individual support to ESFRI and other world-class research infrastructures

J. ?-professor and . Hunter--director, Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN): The Future Directions of the Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network 65

, Knowledge Exchange Sessions Knowledge Exchange session 1 -Infrastructural challenges for large scale digital text corpora ? Associate Professor Antonija Primorac 66 , University of Rijeka, Croatia -Infrastructural Challenges for Large Scale Digital Text Corpora: A View From the, European Margins, vol.67

, Web Archives and Trove

, Australian National Corpus: Towards an Australian Language Data Commons: Lessons from the Australian National Corpus 69

, Knowledge Exchange Session 1 Community Notes

, Knowledge Exchange session 2 -Geohumanities ? Dr Patricia Murrieta-Flores 70 -Lancaster University, DARIAH geohumanities working group ? Dr Michael Rigby 71

B. ?-dr, , vol.73

, Knowledge Exchange session 3 -Audio-visual and new media and gaming ? Associate, p.75

, and UNESCO Chair of Cultural Heritage & Visualisation -3D-DH & VH Downunder, p.76

, of the lightning talks at the Library of Congress workshop, special sessions were allocated at the Australian workshop for colleagues to present their ongoing research. The speakers and topics

, Individual support to ESFRI and other world-class research infrastructures, Grant Agreement no. 731081. of the event organisers from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC)

, European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and in particular domain-specific research infrastructures, ii) Ethical issues, particularly related to data sovereignty. Could DARIAH's Ethics and Legality Working Group (ELADH) be of interest for Australian colleagues? iii) Sustainability of research tools when short-term project funding runs out, such as maybe the case with the Tinker workbench. Could there be a role for DARIAH regarding international sustainability of research tools? Furthermore, as one participate expressed it "a quarter of the world's languages are in Australia, There were a number of concrete areas of shared interest between Australian and European colleagues: i)