Huma-Num is a research infrastructure that aims to facilitate the digital turning point in humanities and social sciences research.
At the heart of humanities, social sciences, and digital humanities, Huma-Num implements a human (personnel, consortiums) and technological (digital conservation services) support system at the national and european level, drawing upon a large network of partners and operators, such as the Digital Humanities Platform (Phun) at the Misha.
What Huma-Num is not
An element to note: it is not the role of a Huma-Num team to design, develop, or ensure the maintenance of the custom software of a team or a research program.
Therefore, research teams who are not equipped with technical competencies are invited to:
- Use a turnkey solution, such as Heurist, Nakala or Isidore.
- Set up a research programme involving software developers (possibly via an external service provider).
Don't hesitate to contact the Digital Humanities Platform (Phun) for counsel and advice.