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Partners in Research : Outside the Library, Inside the Infrastructure

  1. 1. PARTNERS IN RESEARCH : Outside the Library, Inside the Infrastructure Sally Chambers @schambers3 Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities / DARIAH-EU Coordination Office Saskia Scheltjens @saschel Ghent University, Faculty Library of Arts & Philosophy Ghent University (Belgium) May 30, 2013
  2. 2. A space in between…. 22013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  3. 3. UGent Ledeganck Library of the Botanical Institute 1883 http://www.beeldbank.ugent.be/fotoalbums/universiteitsarchief 19th century 32013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  4. 4. UGent Blandijn Library Medieval History, 2008 http://www.flickr.com/photos/faclibflw/3931462838 20th century 42013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  5. 5. InQBate, University Library of Sussex http://www.designinglibraries.org.uk 21st century 52013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  6. 6. Inside Out/Outside In Paradigm 62013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens http://www.oclc.org/research/presentations/dempsey/liber.ppt http://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/presentations/dem psey/edmonton.ppt http://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/presentations/dempsey/insideout.pptx
  7. 7. Outside in 1. User builds workflow around library services 2. Towards a centered network presence 3. Locally assemble externally acquired colls 4. Discovery happens in the library 5. Expertise hidden 6. Configure space around collections Inside out 1. Library services built around user workflows 2. Towards a decentered network presence 3. Engage with creation, management, use and sharing of all information resources 4. Discovery happens elsewhere 5. Expertise visible 6. Configure space around engagement http://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/presentations/dempsey/insideout.pptx
  8. 8. The inside out library .. the library as an actor in research and learning environments of its users http://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/presentations/dempsey/insideout.pptx
  9. 9. What is digital scholarship? 92013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens • ‘Allowing scientists to do faster, better or different research’ • ‘new forms of data- and information- intensive, distributed, collaborative scholarship’ • ‘Intersection of scholarly behaviour and technology’ Christine L. Borgman (2007) Scholarship in the digital age: information, infrastructures and the internet http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/scholarship-digital-age
  10. 10. What is digital humanities? 102013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/ddh Kings College: ‘to study the possibilities of computing for arts and humanities scholarship and, in collaboration with local, national and international research partners across the disciplines, to design and build applications which implement these possibilities, in particular those which produce online research publications’
  11. 11. What is digital humanities? 112013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.ucl.ac.uk/dh-blog/2012/01/20/infographic-quantifying-digital-humanities UCL: ‘Digital Humanities research and teaching takes place at the intersection of digital technologies and humanities…’
  12. 12. What is digital humanities? 122013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.gcdh.de/en GCDH: ‘Digital Humanities (DH) is an area of research, teaching, and development concerned with the intersection of computing and the various disciplines of the Humanities.’
  13. 13. NeDiMAH: Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities 132013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens Themes: • Space and time • Visualisation • Linked data & ontologies • Digital Data • Large-scale text • Scholarly digital editionswww.nedimah.eu
  14. 14. What are Research Infrastructures? 142013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.cceh.uni-koeln.de/events/CologneDialogue
  15. 15. What are Research Infrastructures? 152013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.cceh.uni-koeln.de/events/CologneDialogue/Controversy5 Anderson & Blanke: ‘the future for humanities infrastructure is best framed around the idea of a humanities specific ecosystem’ Van Zundert: ‘big institutionally based digital infrastructures are a dead end for information technology development and application in the humanities.’
  16. 16. European Research Infrastructures 162013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens http://ec.europa.eu/research/infrastructures/index_en.cfm?pg=esfri
  17. 17. Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities 172013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.dariah.eu …a connected network of tools, information, people and methodologies for investigating, exploring and supporting research across the digital arts and humanities… DARIAH aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the humanities and arts… …for researchers, by researchers…
  18. 18. Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities 182013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.dariah.eu …a connected network of tools, information, people and methodologies for investigating, exploring and supporting research across the digital arts and humanities… …for researchers, ? by researchers… DARIAH aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the humanities and arts…
  19. 19. THATCamp Ghent @ ELAG2013 192013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens http://www.flickr.com/photos/boekentoren/8868717578 http://ghent2013.thatcamp.org PicturebyGeertRoels
  20. 20. What do humanities researchers want? 202013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens 1. Make it easy to use 2. Make it easy to cite 3. Put it in their workflow 4. Provide clarity on objects and processes 5. Build a community 6. Provide research support 7. Make the information easily reusable 8. Offer ways to visualise collections 9. Think about linked data 10. Provide a critical mass of content http://www.rin.ac.uk/humanities-case-studies
  21. 21. How can we support the needs of humanities researchers? 212013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens http://www.sr.ithaka.org/sites/default/files/ reports/supporting-the-changing-research-practices-of-historians.pdf
  22. 22. 222013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens Digital Humanities x Libraries Ben Showers: ‘exploring the evolving role of the library supporting researchers’ http://infteam.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2012/02/23/does-the-library-have-a-role-to-play-in-the-digital-humanities/
  23. 23. 232013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens Digital Humanities x Libraries http://infteam.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2012/02/23/does-the-library-have-a-role-to-play-in-the-digital-humanities/ Ben Showers: potential roles for libraries in the Digital Humanities: •Managing Data •As ‘Embedded Librarians’ •Digitisation and Curation •Digital Preservation •Discovery and Dissemination
  24. 24. http://miriamposner.com/blog/?page_id=1033 242013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  25. 25. http://miriamposner.com/blog/?p=1274 Digital Humanities x Libraries Miriam Posner: the complexity of collaborating with faculty • peculiar dynamics of this kind of relationship • the project will suffer if the relationship isn’t truly equitable 252013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
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  27. 27. etc ... 272013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  28. 28. ‘The success of the library is not when the librarians clap, but when the researchers do’ Norbert Lossau 282013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  29. 29. Low engagement from libraries 292013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens Norbert Lossau: ‘Research libraries’ engagement with RIs (research infrastructures has been low’. (p134) http://liber.library.uu.nl/index.php/lq/article/view/8028/8387
  30. 30. Increasing engagement from libraries 302013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.libereurope.eu/committee/scholarly-research
  31. 31. Towards Europeana for Researchers http://pro.europeana.eu/web/europeana-cloud
  32. 32. 32 Europeana ‘research’ Cloud will be developing tools, services and undertaking dissemination that establish closer links with research communities
  33. 33. What are the 5 key barriers to using content for Humanities and Social Sciences research that we should overcome?
  34. 34. Supporting digital scholarship 342013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/16084/ Karen Calhoun: ‘advocating a fundamental rethinking of the research library service framework….’ Research libraries as ‘essential contributors to emergent, network-level scholarly research infrastructures.’
  35. 35. 352013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens http://chrisalensula.org/digital-humanities-and-libraries-a-conceptual-model/
  36. 36. 362013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens
  37. 37. Are you ready for the challenge? 372013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens www.njlibraries.org
  38. 38. 38 Sally Chambers @schambers3 Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities / DARIAH-EU Coordination Office sally.chambers@phil.uni-goettingen.de http://www.dariah.eu Saskia Scheltjens @saschel Ghent University Faculty Library of Arts & Philosophy saskia.scheltjens@ugent.be http://www.flw.ugent.be/bibliotheek Contact details 382013/05/30 ELAG 2013 Partners in Research – Chambers & Scheltjens

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