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A view on digital scholarship in Humanities and Social Sciences: a culture of innovation and experimentation in academia and society

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Presentation given at the Department of Digital Humanities in King's College London (12 May 2014).

Presentation given at the Department of Digital Humanities in King's College London (12 May 2014).

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  • 1. Esteban Romero-Frías @polisea // erf@ugr.es! www.estebanromero.com! www.grinugr.org! A view on digital scholarship in Humanities and Social Sciences a culture of innovation and experimentation in academia and society
  • 2. Scholarship Digital Scholarship Digital Humanities
  • 3. Interest over time on “Digital Humanities” Source: Google Trends (8/5/2014)
  • 4. “Digital Humanities” vs “Humanities Computing” Source: Google Trends (8/5/2014)
  • 5. “Digital Humanities” vs “Humanities Computing” Source: Google Trends (8/5/2014)
  • 6. What do all these academics expect to find behind Digital Humanities? Digital Humanities = Humanities Computing + Digital Scholarship
  • 7. Digital Scholarship
  • 8. Digital Scholarship Weller (2011: 43) used the term to refer to “a range of scholarly activities afforded by new technologies”.
  • 9. Digital Scholarship Weller (2011: 43) used the term to refer to “a range of scholarly activities afforded by new technologies”. However, the most significant changes in scholarly practices are “driven not just by their digital nature but by the convergence of the three characteristics of digital, networked and open.” Weller (2011).
  • 10. A complex interplay between openness, scholarship and digital technology (Goodfellow, 2013)
  • 11. Providing new dimensions to categorise digital scholarship • scholarly - non-scholarly (citizenship) • digital - analogical • open - close • other possible dimensions
  • 12. Principles associated to Digital Scholarship & DH • Interdisciplinarity/transdisciplinarity/multidisciplinarity. • Openness: open source, open resources… • Redefinition of copyright and Intellectual Property standards. • Redefinition of the contours of the research community: citizen science. • Social engagement. • New pedagogies. • Culture of experimentation and prototyping. • New impact measures: How to evaluate DH - Altmetrics. • Spaces inspired by the digital • Public Scholarship, Public Humanities, Public Sociology.
  • 13. Interdisciplinarity Digital Humanities & ¿Social Sciences?
  • 14. GrinUGR - Collaboratory for digital cultures in social sciences and humanities
  • 15. Atlas of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences
  • 16. Atlas of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences
  • 17. Openness
  • 18. Public Humanities and Social Sciences
  • 19. Public Humanities and Social Sciences ¿Public Digital Humanities?
  • 20. 2011
  • 21. 2011 2013
  • 22. 2011 2013
  • 23. 2011 2013
  • 24. 2011 2013
  • 25. Google Glass
  • 26. A culture of innovation and experimentation
  • 27. Experimentation and Entrepreneurship
  • 28. THATCamps
  • 29. THATCamps
  • 30. New forms of curating academic contents
  • 31. Contributing to the Commons Rewriting Wikipedia Project
  • 32. Culture of prototyping
  • 33. MediaLab Prado: Lines of Work
  • 34. MediaLab Prado: Lines of Work
  • 35. Digital Humanities in MediaLab Prado
  • 36. Materialising the digital
  • 37. Materialising the digital
  • 38. Materialising the digital Photo showing the team of "El Campo de Cebada", the Golden Nica winners in the category "Digital Communities”. License CC by Ars Electronica.
  • 39. Materialising the digital License CC by Campo de Cebada
  • 40. Materialising the digital License CC by Campo de Cebada License CC by Marta Nimeva Nimeviene
  • 41. Materialising the digital License CC by Campo de Cebada License CC by Marta Nimeva Nimeviene License CC by Marta Nimeva Nimeviene
  • 42. Materialising the digital
  • 43. URL estebanromero.com facebook Esteban Romero-Frías twitter @polisea email erf@ugr.es! THANK YOU www.grinugr.org

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