Research Data Management Working Group meeting
Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra  1@  
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DARIAH-EU

Although at the time of writing this proposal, the Research Data Management Working Group is still in the final phase of its accreditation process, we would love to take advantage of the DARIAH event to organize our first ever face to face meeting as well as to meet potential new members. Since the topic of research data management is a research support area that is relevant to all scholarly fields, our WG aims to build on and relate the work of several DARIAH WGs. To this end, our participation and contribution of the Annual Event would give us a unique opportunity to continue our efforts to find the best possible ways to build on and help their work will be among the first activities of the proposed WG. 

Main topics of the meeting:1. Introduction of the nascent WG and its aims to potential new members 2. Making progress on our work plan for 2020. 

In the first part of the meeting, we would like to introduce our group, its aims and scope and the work done and to be done to the interested broader community. To engage them, we would also give them the opportunity to briefly present the type of data they are working with together with the associated data management challenges they are facing in their scholarly workflows. In the second part of our meeting, we aim to form smaller groups and targetedly work on our 4 main task forces: 

  • Building a knowledge base of data management best practices in the humanities (Zotero library, discussing possibilities to its further enrichment such as annotations, community tagging etc.) 
  • Providing concise, discipline-or data type-focused model workflows with the guidance of disciplinary champions (4 subtask leaders are confirmed so far)
  • Supporting the exchange between the GLAM sector and scholars under the aegis of the Heritage Data Reuse Charter
  • Developing criteria for good data management plans and model DMPs in the humanities domain.

The meeting will conclude with a joint reporting session and discussion the next steps if the establishment of the WG. As a further step in the direction of working closely with other DARIAH WGs, we also submitted a joint synergy session proposal with the Geohumanities WG.

 Envisioned Participants (some will be present online, for example via Skype).  

  • Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra (WG chair, DARIAH EU)
  • Laurent Romary (INRIA, France ) 
  • Erik Buelinckx (Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, Brussels)
  • Johan Van der Eycken (State Archives of Belgium)
  • Sally Chambers (University of Ghent)
  • Ulrike Wuttke (FH Potsdam, Germany) 
  • Rene van Horik (DANS, The Netherlands)
  • James L. Smith (University College Cork)
  • Marta Błaszczyńska (Digital Humanities Centre, Institute for Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  • Maciej Maryl (Digital Humanities Centre, Institute for Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  • Jasenka Ferber Bogdan (The Fine Arts Archives, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Croatia)
  • Unmil Karadkar (University of Graz)
  • Péter Király (GWDG, Germany) - could only attend if the meeting would not overlap with the Bibliographical data WG meeting 
  • Tomasz Umerle (Polish Academy of Sciences) - could only attend if the meeting would not overlap with the Bibliographical data WG meeting 
  • Walter Scholger (University of Graz) - could only attend if the meeting would not overlap with the ELDAH WG meeting 
  • Claire Clivaz (DH+, SIB, Switzerland)

 

 


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