13th July 2015
The 1914-1918 Online Encyclopedia announced a new feature that will link all of its articles with the CENDARI virtual research infrastructure, creating a unique connection between primary and secondary sources for WWI.
While the CENDARI project officially came to an end on the 31st of January, it is hoped that the ethos, networks and communities of CENDARI will continue.
On 14 Jan 2016, the CENDARI project was launched in Berlin at the beautiful Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences & Humanities. It was an occasion to celebrate achievements and share lessons learned along the way.
We invite you to join us (virtually!) for the launch of our project in Berlin on 14 January 2016, with the webcast of the day's events.
CENDARI will formally launch in Berlin, Germany on 14 January 2016. Highlights will be demonstrations of the new virtual research infrastructure, expert panel discussions and a live webcast. Click for full programme.
The CENDARI project is funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme