René van Horik works as project manager at Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS). He is involved in projects in the field of digital preservation, research data management and digital humanities. Several projects are part of the H2020 program, such as EHRI (European Holocaust Research Infrastructure), the EOSC-hub research infrastructure and FREYA (aimed extending the infrastructure for persistent identifiers). René studied economic and social history and received his PhD in information science from Delft University of Technology.
RDA for the Humanities - report highlighting RDA groups and outputs that are particularly relevant for the Humanities (July 2019)
What can RDA do for you? -Poster on RDA opportunities for the Humanities and the DARIAH community (DARIAH Annual event, May) 2019
Presentation at seminar “Digital Humanities” organised by RDA node Estonia, university library Tartu (RDA national node, September 2020)
Open Day on Open Science - Information stand on the Research Data Alliance (February 2019)
Close collaboration with DARIAH, the prominent RI in digital humanities: participating in “RDM Working Group” (stressing relevance of RDA outcomes for this WG)
Contributions to the SSHOC project (cluster of DARIAH, CESSDA, CLARIN, E-RIHS): representing RDA outcomes in relation to SSHOC work on repository certification