The SSH Training Discovery Toolkit provides an inventory of training materials relevant for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Use the search bar to discover materials or browse through the collections. The filters will help you identify your area of interest.
|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.
|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.
Service based on Jupyter Notebook enables the creation and sharing of documents containing “live” code, equations, visualisations and texts. It allows to write simple programs, numerical simulations, statistical modeling, data visualization and much more.
|Metadata Model Office||
Webinar: Accompanying the growing importance of research data management, the provision and maintenance of metadata have obtained a key role in contextualizing, understanding, and preserving research data. Acknowledging the importance of metadata in the social sciences, the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) ERIC started the Metadata Office project in 2019. This webinar introduces the CESSDA Metadata Office (MDO) and its various activities. A special focus of the webinar will be on the CESSDA Metadata Model (CMM).
|Digital Preservation Handbook||
Digital information is increasingly important to our culture, knowledge base and economy. The Handbook, first compiled by Neil Beagrie and Maggie Jones in 2001, is maintained and updated by the DPC. This full revision (the 2nd Edition) has expanded and updated content to cover over 30 major sections (see Contents). The 2nd edition was compiled with input from 45 practitioners and experts in digital preservation under the direction of Neil Beagrie as managing editor and William Kilbride as chair of the Management and Advisory Boards. The Handbook provides an internationally authoritative and practical guide to the subject of managing digital resources over time and the issues in sustaining access to them. It will be of interest to all those involved in the creation and management of digital materials
|Getting Started and Making Progress Training Modules||
Getting Started with Digital Preservation' introduces delegates to common digitial preservation concepts and issues before walking them through the firsts steps they can take to manage their digital assets. This includes bit-level preservation, assessing their digital preservation maturity, undertaking a risk management exercise and creating a digital asset register.
|Online Digital Preservation Training||
Part of The National Archives’ new digital capacity building strategy, ‘Plugged In, Powered Up,’ the Novice to Know-How learning pathway aims to provide beginners with the skills required to develop and implement simple digital preservation workflows within their organisation. It starts with a broad introduction to digital preservation issues and describes the measures we can take to address these. It then delves into potential workflows in more detail, examining the issues to consider, steps to take, and technological solutions that can deployed. An emphasis is placed on free, easy-to-use solutions, and includes detailed demos of how to use the key tool, DROID. Course content is provided as mix of video, text, and quizzes.
|National Coordination Point Research Data Management: RDM Advice and Tips||
National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is a national network of experts in the field of research data management (RDM). This website includes topics on RDM, data management support, digital competence centres, data infrastructure, guidelines, etc.
|Digital Preservation Coalition||
As it plays a key role for the DPC to empower and develop their members’ workforces, this page provides access to different training resources that aim to provide beginners with the skills required to develop and implement simple digital preservation workflows within their organisation.