RDAP14: Data management of cultural software objects and their development histories
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Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, 2014

Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, 2014
San Diego, CA
March 26-28, 2014
Lightning Talks

Christine Caldwell, University of California, Santa Cruz

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  • Preserving Cultural Objects Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap Rouffignac mammoth painting, France
  • Preserving {digital} Cultural Objects Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap Research Games are Digital Humanities Projects??
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap Case Study: Prom Week
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Assoc. Prof, Computer Science, UCSC Eric Kaltman, Graduate Student, Computer Science, UCSC Henry Lowood, Curator, Stanford Libraries Christy Caldwell, Science Librarian, UCSC The Team
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap Perspective: Games Scholars interested in development PROCESS as much as CONTENT.
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap The Awesome: Establish a lab or departmental wide Data Management Policy… Use it for research. And teach it to undergrads. Draft Recommendations “Swimming Elephant” by Karen
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap The Interesting: Cloud file versioning is highly unstable. Google docs file versioning collapses over time. Draft Recommendations “PHP Elephant” by Scott Beale
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap The Obvious (but good to include): •Note file naming conventions. •Note file storage and organization practices. •Provide abundant comments in source code. •Document programs (formats & versions) used in the creation of game files and assets. •Set up a mailing list and use it. Draft Recommendations leah-saulnier.artistwebsites.com/
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap •Retention and extraction policies for cloud services. •More case studies. •Tool development. •Copyright clarity for non-traditional scholarly works. •No unified scholarly communication practices around games, or digital objects in general. But we’re working on it!!! Future Research
  • NEH, NEA & NSF signed an MOU to support media research!
  • Christy Caldwell caldwell@ucsc.edu http://bit.ly/gamesrdap "The Elephant and the Rider" by Xavier Vergés Questions?