Forschungsdaten in der Geschichtswissenschaft (Research data in History)
Kirstine's bookmarks 2018-02-26
From Google's English:
"For researchers, personal incentives must be created so that it is becoming common practice in history to share research data for reuse. A section should deal with this and related questions. Particularly in the context of open data and collaborative work, digital research services require new forms of evaluation, scientific reputation and authorship. Although historical data production is cost, time and labor intensive, and although media and resource development processes are part of the scientific research process, data work is often not considered an equivalent academic achievement. Therefore, at the end of the conference, the data and software authorship will be discussed as a new form of humanistic authorship and source of scientific reputation. Thus, finally, the role of the individual researcher in this process should be highlighted."