RESOURCE: State of the Art Report on Open Access Publishing of Research Data in the Humanities

A recent report, released as part of DARIAH’s Humanities at Scale (HAS) project, provides an overview of research data publishing in the humanities. The report, as a post from the project site explains, is the “first step in the design process of an Open Humanities Data Platform,” and is one of the eight “work packages” to be released by the HAS project. Other packages include “Supporting the Lifecycle of Digital Humanities Basic Services” and “Open Methods Infrastructure.”

DARIAH (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities) is a European network of scholars and research facilities that supports those working with computational and digital research methods.

View the report:

Stefan Buddenbohm, Nathanael Cretin, Elly Dijk, Bertrand Gaiffe, Maaike De Jong, et al. State of the art report on open access publishing of research data in the humanities. DARIAH. 2016. [pdf]

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