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A Half Day Workshop | Creating, Curating and Sharing Qualitative Digital Research Data

Summary

A/PROF Gavan McCarthy, University of Melbourne; Louise Young, Research Data Management Project; Prof Paul Turnbull, University of Tasmania

Start Date

15th Sep 2017 9:15am

End Date

15th Sep 2017 1:00pm

Venue

Harvard Room 2, Centenary 134, Sandy Bay campus With Video Links to: Cradle Coast: CC.B159,  Inveresk: IR.IA 181, Newnham: NH.A023

RSVP / Contact Information

by 13 September via Eventbrite

Digital data_15 SepA Half Day Workshop on Creating, Curating and Sharing Qualitative Digital Research Data

Scholars in the humanities, arts and social sciences are increasingly using eResearch tools and techniques to analyse qualitative as well as quantitative data. This presents new challenges, especially in the context of international research collaborations and the mandating by funding agencies of the preservation of research data in re-usable forms. This workshop sponsored by the Centre for Colonialism and Its Aftermath, and the Research Data Management Portal Project, will explore and foster discussion of key conceptual and practical issues when working with qualitative data in digital forms.

  • 9.15 - 10.30 am: Sustainability of Knowledge: the Core Purpose of the University? by Gavan McCarthy, eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne
  • Break
  • 10.45 - 12.00pm: The eResearch Ecosystem by Louise Young, Research Data Management Project
  • 12.00 -1.00 pm: Après nous, le déluge’? Creating and Curating Your Data by Paul Turnbull, School of Humanities

RSVP by 13 September : Eventbrite

Venue: Harvard Room 2, Centenary 134, Sandy Bay campus With Video Links to: Cradle Coast: CC.B159,  Inveresk: IR.IA 181, Newnham: NH.A023