The SSH Training Discovery Toolkit provides an inventory of training materials relevant for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
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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.
|Workshop Report "Training in the EOSC"||
This report provides recommendations regarding Rules of Participation for training as well as recommendations regarding practical guidance for training service providers. It is based on the workshop that took place from 26-28 February 2020 in The Hague, The Netherlands. The workshop was organised by DANS in collaboration with EUDAT, EGI and OpenAIRE.
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.
|Data Management Best Practices in the Humanities||
A Zotero library dedicated to the Research Data Management in the humanities.
|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.
|Open Data for Humanists, A Pragmatic Guide||
This resource is a guide that proposes a different approach to data management. It aimes at giving practical advice for arts and humanities scholars who are willing to take their first steps in research data management but don't know where to begin. Our approach to data management views it as a reflective process that exposes and tweaks existing behaviours, rather than one that introduces specific tools. It is intended to encourage awareness of one’s own processes and mindfulness about how they could be more open and how and how small changes across three points in your research workflow can make big differences.
|Concepts in data harmonisation|
|FAIR data management|
|Ethical and legal issues in managing and sharing data|