The Baltic Digital Humanities Forum took place on April 25-26. The Forum started with the panel discussion Shaping Tomorrow: European Research Infrastructures in Humanities and the Role of National Policies, by invited speakers from the European infrastructures and the representatives from the ministries.

Krister Lindén (chair of CLARIN National Coordinator Forum) at the panel introduced to the CLARIN and its offer and role in Digital Humanities.

Krister Lindén introduces CLARIN ERIC (Photos by Jānis Brencis)

The second day started with panel discussion "Language Technology in Higher Education: Future Directions and Collaboration", followed by two poster sessions providing an opportunity to present DH projects, showcase developed digital resources and tools, and introduce educational initiatives. Poster presentations from this day are available here