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Overcoming challenges in DiScholEd’s development: a journey of problem-solving and design enhancements

As one of the interns involved in the development of the application, I encountered several challenges throughout the process. This blog post outlines the problems faced, the attempted solutions, and the ultimate resolutions achieved, along with additional design enhancements. Let’s delve into each issue and its respective solution. Unexpected text...


Writing an ODD for the EHRI Online Editions — Preparatory Work

A little context The source: EHRI Online Editions The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) is a transnational organization which promotes, among other things, collaboration on Holocaust research and easy access to scattered sources. In 2018, they published their first digital edition: BeGrenzte Flucht. Since then, they have worked on several...


Spring Rebellion – May 2023

As a scientist, I have to live with an unbearable contradiction: while science is producing all the data that show that we find ourselves in the midst of a massive climate and biodiversity crisis – as well as the models that would make it possible for us to avoid worst...


On speaking up or not

I have always loved the DHd conferences, but this year’s is even better. It’s organized by people that are uniquely dear to my heart, and they have done an amazing job organizing this (now fully online) conference. They have even managed to bring together a long paper session with people...

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