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Day Outline:


Session 1: Resources



Domain Strand:

H1) Data and resources in the digital humanities – the group will document what data they are using right now as part of their research, what other (open) data is available, how it is being used, etc.


Tech Strand:

T1) Tools and methods – the group should document what digital tools and methods they are using as part of their work with data, visualization, analysis, etc.


11:00-11:30 Prep presentation on Pbworks

11:30-12:00 present to other strand



Session 2: Structures



Domain Strand:

H2) Informational structure and licensing – for some of the resources identified in H1, the group will document its informational structure: what’s in the data, how it is logically structured (in particular regarding the representation of space, place and time periods). The group should also document data resources’ licensing terms. 


Tech Strand:

T2) Data Opportunities and Challenges – the group should discuss and document the technical/methodological opportunities and challenges that exist for obtaining and processing the data catalogues in session H1 (e.g. issues of data normalization, data triage, etc.) 


1:30-2:00 Prep presentation on Pbworks

2:00-2:30 present to other strand



Session 3: Connectivity



Domain Strand:

H3) New research avenues – Based on H1, H2 and T2, the group should identify intersection points between data resources which may have the potential to enhance future humanities research. 


Tech Strand:

T3) Quick wins – based on the results of T1, T2, and H2, the group will experiment with data intersection scenarios which may provide “quick wins” (e.g. in terms of interoperability, visualization, analysis) from a technical point of view. 

4:00-4:30 Prep presentation on Pbworks

4:30-5:00 present to other strand



Wrap Up



The final discussion will compare the list of ‘quick wins’ and research avenues produced by H3 and T3 in order to identify ‘low-hanging fruit’: those points of intersection between independent resources that are both comparatively easy to achieve and could open up new avenues in Humanities research.













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