Vienna, 22 October 2019
Open Science methods & tools for DH scholars
In the context of Digital Humanities, Open Science is gaining popularity both as a concept and as a buzzword. Research funding bodies have discovered Openness as a requirement for the provision of project funding and thematic assemblies such as the Open Science Network Austria (OANA) are being established. With the digital availability of resources being a precondition of Openness, the Digital Humanities are at the forefront of the Open movement in the humanities realm. Yet, “Open Science” is a fluid concept without strict rules or a fixed set of elements necessary for doing it “right”, as Pomerantz and Peek have pointed out in their paper “Fifty shades of open”.
Therefore, the ACDH is organizing a Tool Gallery on the topic of Open Science. Participants will not only benefit from introductions to training opportunities, the national and the international Open Science landscape, but also from an overview of available Open Science tools. Participants will be able to discuss their take on Open Science in an “Open Science Café”, a discussion format developed by FOSTER Plus, and enter into a fruitful exchange with Austrian and international Open Science experts.
Requirements for participation
The number of participants is limited to 25 on a first come, first serve basis.
Please bring your own laptop to the workshop.
ACDH Tool Galleries are free and open to all.
Please register here.
09.00 Welcome (Charly Mörth)
09.05 Introduction to the event & to Open Science (Vanessa Hannesschläger)
09.15 Open Science Training: The Wikimedia Open Science Fellowship Program (Martina Trognitz)
09.30 Open Science in Austria (Katharina Rieck)
10.15 Coffee break
10.45 Open Science in Europe - a DARIAH perspective (Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra)
11.30 Open Science Basics: Copyright and Licensing (Walter Scholger)
12.15 Lunch break
13.45 Open Science Tools 1: An overview of Open Science Tools (Daniel Dörler & Benjamin Missbach)
14.30 Open Science Tools 2: Open Knowledge Maps (Christopher Kittel)
15.00 Let’s do it! Vienna Open Science Café (with coffee) (moderators: Monika Bargmann, Susanne Blumesberger, Andreas Ferus)
16.30 Findings, wrap-up