“Here be dragons”: Open Access to Research Data in the Humanities – Digital Humanities Methods and Tools

Kirstine's bookmarks 2019-05-10


It has been estimated by Stefan Winkler Nees (from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft-DFG) in 2011 that 90% of all digital research data is lost.We don’t know how many of this data belonged to the Humanities and hopefully, these numbers are better today, but we can assume that still a lot of Humanities data (and other data) is lost, because of missing infrastructures, or because no one has taken care of the long-term availability of this data in time.



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oa.new oa.france oa.data oa.rdm oa.funders oa.humanties oa.ssh oa.preservation oa.reproducibility oa.fair oa.access oa.best_practices oa.principles oa.eosc oa.cloud oa.repositories.data oa.reuse oa.metadata oa.infrastructure oa.repositories

Date tagged:

05/10/2019, 05:37

Date published:

05/10/2019, 01:37