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Learning modules on longitudinal studies. Each module of the Learning Hub can be downloaded to work through offline. In this section, you’ll find all the module section downloads all in once place. The learning modules include:
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|Data Management Challenges Faced by the Arts and Humanities||
The Risk of Losing the Thick Description: Data Management Challenges Faced by the Arts and Humanities in the Evolving FAIR Data Ecosystem. IN: Jennifer Edmond (ed.), Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Pub
A book chapter about Realising the Promises of FAIR principles (findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability) within Discipline-Specific Scholarly Practices.
This course for graduate students invites you to discover the world of the digital multimodal literacies, by history, examples, experiments and editing tools. In the last lesson, you will be able to build your own multimodal editing tool, an eTalk.
|Controlled Vocabularies and SKOS training at DARIAH Campus||
Training module about controlled vocabularies and SKOS. Presentation of how controlled vocabularies can be used for organizing and classifying data and how the resources can be queried, retrieved, analysed and linked to other relevant information objects.
|FAIR from the perspective of the Humanities||
Slides presented at the Applying the FAIR data principles in day-to-day library practice workshop at the LIBER2019 conference on 29.06.2019.
|Human Rights: The Rights of Refugees||
This short course will enable you to find the answers and empower yourself to defend and promote the rights of refugees and discover how you can be part of the solution.
This is Amnesty International's second human rights MOOC. Be prepared for active learning, connecting with course participants from across the world and to become part of a global community campaigning for the rights of refugees to be upheld everywhere.
|How to make the most of your publications in the humanities?||
The workshop jointly organized by FOSTER Plus and DARIAH-EU will focus on domain-specific practices of opening up scholarly communication in Arts and Humanities. Publishing is a relevant topic for each and every researcher regardless on career status or research interest. The workshop aims to draw a picture on the changing landscape of scholarly communication and to help equip researchers at all career stages (focusing on early-career researchers) with the skills they need to excel in this open environment.
To share best practices and generate fruitful discussions on trends, innovations, and present-day challenges in Open Access publishing in the Arts and Humanities, different stakeholder perspectives will be brought together such as representatives of next-generation publishing platforms, research infrastructures, librarians, and researchers from different areas and career stages.
|Open Access and the Humanities: A Train the Trainer Perspective||
The goal of this ‘train the trainer’ Humanities Open Access event has three parts. First, to set a base level of knowledge and mutual understanding around the topic, the actors, and the tools and methods available. Secondly, to understand the specific challenges to training humanities researchers, as well as the specific issues and challenges faced by humanists. Thirdly, to imagine future collaborations, and a recurring programme of events and activities to enable them. This initiative arises from a collaboration between DARIAH, the Open Library of Humanities (OLH), EIFL, and FOSTER Open Science. It will consist of a series of talks establishing the context for humanities open access, the tools and resources available and their attendant issues, and the platforms and funding models that have the potential to deliver fee free, equitable and gold open access for humanists. Finally, we will end with a question and answer session and a discussion of further activities.