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Welcome to the main page for the Data Curation for Digital Humanists course!

There is no required software for this course. The primary materials for this course will be derived from the DH Curation Guide.

Class Location: 3132 Tawes Fine Arts Building, 3rd floor


Contents

List of Participants

Trevor Munoz Twitter

Dorothea Salo Twitter

Tanya Clement Twitter

Patricia Hswe Twitter

Lydia Zvyagintseva Twitter

Carol Chiodo Twitter

Laura Estill Twitter

Ed Summers Twitter

Harriett Green Twitter

Craig Milberg Twitter

Chelcie Rowell Twitter

Lara Otis

Adam Tate

Kate Doubler Twitter

Caitlin Christian-Lamb

Giorgio Guzzetta Twitter

Sharon Marcus Twitter

Zotero collection of articles mentioned in lectures

DHWI Data Curation Zotero Collection

Class session slides and links

Session 1: Introduction to Data Curation

Trevor's slides for this session (PDF)

Session 2: Stories of horror!

Dorothea's slides for this session (PDF)

Our Tales of Terror whiteboard

Session 3: Participant introductions

No slides

Session 4: Lifecycles and Communities

Trevor's slides for this session

Session 5: Data representation

Trevor's slides for this session

Session 6: Models

Dorothea's slides for this session (PDF)

Session 7: Digital Forensics

Session 8: The technology environment

Dorothea's slides for this session (PDF)

Session 9: Data Economies

Trevor's slides for this session(PDF)

Session 10: Collections

Trevor's slides for this session(PDF)

Session 11: Data Integration

Trevor's slides for this session(PDF)

Session 12: Data and the law

Dorothea's slides for this session (PDF)

Good people to follow on copyright issues (plug them into your search engine of choice): Nancy Sims, James Grimmelmann (especially for Google Books/Hathi Trust), Peter Hirtle, Kevin Smith (at Duke), Pamela Samuelson.

Dorothea's Infallible Method for Knowing For Sure That a Use is Fair

  1. Copy a copyrighted work.
  2. Get sued by a legitimate owner of copyright in the work.
  3. Assert fair use as your defense in court.
  4. Win the case.

Session 13: Risk mitigation and auditing

Session 14: Data Management Planning

Trevor's slides for this session

Session 17: Current awareness

DH journals

Library journals (OA only)

Weblogs

Copyright/scholarly communication/OA weblogs

Twitter folks

Conferences

Further Training

* Digital Humanities Data Curation Institute
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