The RePAH final report concluded that arts and humanities researchers would find most useful a managed research environment that offers:
Rather than a single monolithic research portal, it recommended the development of interoperable portlets that can be used to embed portal type functionality in institutional and community web sites. To illustrate how this might work we have created a demonstrator that shows how a researcher can add selected research tools to their personal research portal page at their own institution and use these to carry out workflow based, collaborative, research.
To see a demonstration of how portals could be used for research purposes, please click link Portlet demonstrator.
Professor of Early-Modern History at the University of Sheffield and Director of the Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield.
Professor of Learning Technologies and Director of Knowledge Media Design at De Montfort University, UK.
Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Art and Design, De Montfort University.www.novell.com/linux/10.html?sourceid=sle10
Research Assistant, Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield.
Technical Officer, Knowledge Media Design Unit, De Montfort University.
Director Humbul, University of Oxford.
Manager, ARTIFACT, Metropolitan University of Manchester.
Director, AHDS, Kings College, London.