ATRIUM is co-hosting a one day workshop on the 18th June at the Colégio Almada Negreiros, Lisbon. The workshop is co-organised by the SSH Open Marketplace Editorial Team and the ATRIUM project and co-located at the DARIAH Annual Event 2024, which has the theme “Workflows: Digital Methods for Reproducible Research Practices in the Arts and Humanities”.

The SSH Open Marketplace is a discovery portal which pools and contextualises resources for Social Sciences and Humanities research communities: tools, services, training materials, datasets, publications and workflows. The aim is to present the SSH Open Marketplace discovery service and bring participants to use it to index and document the resources and digital methods used in their research. There are seven tools from ARIADNE listed which include the Portal, the Dendrochronology entity recognizer, EPHEMERA, the Lab VRE and the DMP template.


In the ATRIUM context, participants in the workshop will discuss resources featured in the project’s tools & services catalogue. They will collaboratively create or enhance entries for these resources in the SSH Open Marketplace. This effort serves as a foundational step for developing ATRIUM workflows in the Marketplace, and there’s potential to expand the discussion to include other resource types, such as semantic artefacts.  This workshop will be structured in two main sessions:
  1. A morning session, open to all, will provide all the basics needed to become a contributor and a creator of workflows in the SSH Open Marketplace.
  2. An afternoon session, dedicated to the ATRIUM project members, aiming at enriching (or creating) the ATRIUM catalogue resources in the SSH Open Marketplace.

To participate in this workshop, please register register here by 4th June. More information is available on the ATRIUM website.

This is an in-person workshop including lunch and coffee breaks. Travel costs and accommodation is to be covered by each beneficiary’s own budget.