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Digital Repository of Ireland

Thursday, December 5, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (GMT)

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Digital Preservation in the Arts, Social Sciences

and Humanities (DPASSH) 2019

 

Thursday 5 December 2019 


Library Auditorium, Queen’s University Belfast 

 

The Digital Repository of Ireland and Queen's University Belfast are hosting the third DPASSH (Digital Preservation in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities) as a one-day symposium on 5 December 2019 in Belfast.

 

DPASSH is a response to the problem of digital preservation within the arts and social sciences domains. The theme of DPASSH 2019 is Practical Approaches to Open Research in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences.

 

The event will feature a keynote address entitled: ‘Future of open research and its impact on Humanities and Social Science’, by Martin Eve Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck; CEO at Open Library of Humanities. 

 

Draft programme


09:30 – 10:00: Registration


10:00 – 10:10: Welcome Address, Queen's University Belfast (QUB) Assistant Director of Library Services, Elizabeth Traynor


10:10 – 11:10: Keynote Address: ‘Future of open research and its impact on humanities and social science’, Martin Eve, Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck; CEO at Open Library of Humanities


11:10 – 11.30: Coffee Break

11:30 – 12:15: Panel 1  


‘Do we have data in ASSH?’


Dr Michelle Doran, Trinity College Dublin Digital Humanities Centre
Dr Orla Murphy, Head of the Digital Humanities Department, University College Cork

 

12.15 – 13:00: Panel 2 

 

‘Research case studies from ASSH: it’s all about the data’

 

Kate Keane, Project Archivist, Prisons Memory Archiv, QUB
Dr Paula Devine, QUB, Northern Ireland Life and Times
Dr Sarah McCleave, QUB, Thomas Moore in Europe
Dr Aileen O’Carroll, Irish Qualitative Data Archive

 

Chair: Dr Michelle Doran, Trinity College Dublin Digital Humanities Centre

 

13:00 – 14:00: Lunch

14:00 – 14.30: ‘FAIR-ifying ASSH research data’, Timea Biro, Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI)

 

14:30 – 15:00: ‘A snapshot of funder requirements for open research’, Kevin Long, DRI

 

15:00 – 15:30: Coffee break

15:30 – 16:45: Workshop: 'How does a humanities researcher draft a DMP?'

 

Session 1: Jenny O’Neill, Data Manager UCD
Session 2: Ross Henry QUB Information Compliance

 

16:45 – 17:00: Closing remarks, DRI Director, Dr Natalie Harrower

 

 Programme subject to changes

 

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The ticket price for this event is €40, which includes refreshments and lunch.

 

If you have any questions, get in touch with us at DRI. More details: http://dpassh.org/

 

The DRI operates in compliance with GDPR (EU 2016/697) and the Data Protection Acts 1988-2003 and 2018, for more information, please see our Privacy Statement.

Have questions about Digital Preservation in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DPASSH) 2019? Contact Digital Repository of Ireland

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The McClay Library
Queen's University Belfast
BT7 1NN Belfast
United Kingdom

Thursday, December 5, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (GMT)


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Digital Repository of Ireland

The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) is a national trusted digital repository (TDR) for Ireland’s social and cultural data. We preserve, curate, and provide sustained access to a wealth of Ireland’s humanities and social sciences data through a single online portal. The repository houses unique and important collections from a variety of organisations including higher education institutions, cultural institutions, government agencies, and specialist archives.  

 

In addition to providing trusted digital repository services, the DRI is also Ireland’s research centre for best practices in digital archiving, repository infrastructures, preservation policy, research data management and advocacy at the national and European levels. DRI contributes to policy making nationally (e.g. via the National Open Research Forum and the IRC), and internationally, including European Commission expert groups, the Digital Preservation Coalition, DARIAH, and the OECD.

For more information see: www.dri.ie

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