Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities Conference
The McClay Library, 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.
Topics covered in the panels will include:
– Practical approaches to Open Research in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
– Identifying what research data is in the domain of ASSH
– Collaborations between researchers and cultural heritage
– ‘FAIR-ifying’ your research data.
This year, the Explore Your Archive campaign will run from 23rd November to 1st December.
Throughout the week archives across the country will open their doors to showcase their collections, to help the public discover a piece of Irish history and culture through tours, presentations and workshops.
For more information please consult the EYA Campaign page in the drop down menu.