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Foresight Study Survey
This survey is part of the research conducted under the European project PARTHENOS (http://www.parthenos-project.eu/), and in particular forms part of the Foresight Study, which is investigating how (digital) research methods, technologies and infrastructures in digital humanities and cultural heritage may develop over the next 5-10 years.

A key component is the participative aspect; the study is not based on engagement with a broad range of key stakeholders from the community, including scholars, potential users of research infrastructures, practitioners such as archivists and data curators, and developers of research software, among others.

Your input as a member of this broader community is invaluable and will help to inform and influence the evolution of the (digital) humanities landscape by identifying research and funding strategies and interventions that can be taken forward by the various stakeholders active in this field, including universities, research institutions, funding agencies, and research infrastructure providers. The results will feed into strategic R&D thinking within the European Commission, other funding bodies, and research organisations. This questionnaire thus gives you a unique opportunity to make your opinions known, to influence these strategic developments over the coming years, and to maximise the innovative potential of digital research in the humanities.

If you feel that any of the questions does not apply to your specific situation, you can leave the answer blank and go to the next question. We hope you will have roughly 15 minutes to spare to contribute, but if you feel you are able to give more detailed input then feel free to do so.

Please be assured that all entered data will be handled with confidentiality and will be used only for the purposes of the PARTHENOS Foresight Study. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact me through the email address below.

Many thanks in advance!

Mark Hedges (on behalf of PARTHENOS)
mark.hedges@kcl.ac.uk
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