Meeting title: Evaluating Barriers to Digital Humanities Adoption of Data Infrastructure
Groups: IG Digital Practices in History and Ethnography, WG Data Type Registries, WG Research Data Collections
Please give a brief introduction describing the activities and scope of the group(s)
The IG Digital Practices in History and Ethnography (DPHE) aims to advance data practices and infrastructure for the empirical humanities (including anthropology, folklore, interpretive sociology, and history). Key aims of the interest group include networking digital humanities communities into RDA and evaluating best practice for data citation, usage, and management in the humanities.
The WG Data Type Registries #2 aims to develop use cases for revising the initial recommendations for data type registries based on adoption experiences.
The WG Research Data Collections aims to develop use cases and recommend tools and solutions for aggregating data objects until collections with PIDs.
Please provide additional links to informative material related to the participating groups i.e. group pages, case statements, working documents etc
For more information about IG Digital Practices in History and Ethnography (DPHE) see: https://rd-alliance.org/groups/digital-practices-history-and-ethnography...
See the WG Data Type Registries #2 published output at: https://b2share.eudat.eu/record/250
For more information about WG Research Data Collections, including models and use cases see: https://rd-alliance.org/groups/pid-collections-wg.html
Please list the meeting objectives
The objectives of the meeting are:
Identify and discuss barriers to adoption of the PID and DTR working group outcomes in the humanities domain
Brainstorm and evaluate the types of solutions that could best address barriers
Plan for a formal output that could help digital humanities adoption of the PID and DTR working group outcomes
Agenda (moderation: Lindsay Poirier)
Short introduction each of the groups’ aims, the PID and DTR outputs, and the RDA/ADHO Workshop: Evaluating Research Data Infrastructure Components and Engaging in their Development held in Krakow, Poland in July 2016 (Kim Fortun, Collections WG co-chair (TBD), and Larry Lannom/Tobias Weigel) (15 minutes)
Review the use cases and results of the surveys completed by participants at the RDA/ADHO workshop (Lindsay Poirier, Bridget Almas, Kim Fortun) (15 minutes)
Brainstorm formats for addressing barriers to output adoption in digital humanities (all participants) (30 minutes)
Plan next steps (all participants) (20 minutes)
The minutes of the meeting will be published latest one week after the session
as an attachment to the session’s web page and
in the IG DPHE IG file repository at https://rd-alliance.org/groups/digital-practices-history-and-ethnography...
Audience: Please specify who is your target audience and how they should prepare for the meeting
Targeted audience and how to prepare for the meeting:
For this open session we invite researchers that work in the digital humanities and data practitioners who are familiar with the already published outcomes of the WG PID and WG DTR and the ongoing work of the DTR2 and Data Collections WGs. Participants will be asked to review survey results and use cases from the RDA/ADHO Workshop: Evaluating Research Data Infrastructure Components and Engaging in their Development, which will be made available on the session’s web page prior to the meeting.