Making Research Data Public: Workshopping data curation for digital humanities projects, a two-part workshop on making your research data public, will take place online on May 21 and May 28. The workshop is part of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute: Technologies East (DHSITE) and will focus on data curation for digital humanities projects. This workshop will cover “all areas of data management including: IP permissions and informed consent, data collection, metadata standards, file sharing, preservation (data deposit), and data sharing through the open data spectrum of access.” A round table of DH scholars and digital asset management specialists, including: Constance Crompton (University of Ottawa), Karis Shearer (University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus), Matthew Lincoln (Carnegie Mellon University), and Mikhel Proulx (Concordia University and Indigenous Digital Art Archive) will take place, then workshop “participants will also work on their own data curation challenges in break-out sessions and with reference to case study examples presented” by the panel.
Registration is free of charge, though registration for the workshop is limited to 60 participants. Sign up for the roundtable panel or workshops here.