RESILIENCE's services are based on two types of access: physical and digital. Physical access covers, among other things, manuscripts, documents, special collections which are not yet digitized and which are only available when visiting partner institutions; digital access is offered by the corresponding e-infrastructure, aiming to collect all the digitally available, born-digital and digitally transformed data in one single and distributed ecosystem and to make them available also remotely.
The combination of offering physical and digital access makes RESILIENCE unique.
The RESILIENCE Research-Enhancing Services support you with your research project.Read More
The RESILIENCE Research-Enabling Services is a cluster of general services frequently used within Digital Religious Studies.Read More
RESILIENCE Research Data Management covers topics such as storage and preservation of your research data during a project or thesis work, and ensures a sustainable initial planning as well as long-term archiving and sharing data and results.Read More
The RESILIENCE Reference Architecture provides you with guidelines, widgets, and data models to integrate effectively and easily components.Read More
The RESILIENCE Innovation Lab provides you services to check ideas and research hypotheses at the earliest possible stage of your research roadmap.Read More
Picking up the ESFRI Forum’s qualification that Religious Studies is a high potential strategic area, thirteen European institutions have created a consortium which addresses the challenge of creating a larger, structured involvement of excellent scholars who innovatively produce competencies, knowledge, approaches, and impact within the scientific domain of Religious Studies. RESILIENCE is listed in the ESFRI Roadmap 2021 and has received funding from the European Commission for its Preparatory Phase (2022-2026).