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An introduction to the PARTHENOS guidelines to FAIRify data management and make data reusable

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This presentation by Femmy Admiraal of KNAW-DANS provided an introduction to guidelines produced by the PARTHENOS project. PARTHENOS, which brings together a consortium of partners from language studies, the humanities, cultural heritage, history and archaeology, has built an overview of data management policies looking for common ground between humanities disciplines to make recommendations on data management. The guidelines cover the FAIR principles (making data findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable) and are available online from the PARTHENOS training suite.

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An introduction to the PARTHENOS guidelines to FAIRify data management and make data reusable

  1. 1. PARTHENOS-project.eu An introduction to the PARTHENOS Guidelines to FAIRify data management and make data reusable Femmy Admiraal KNAW-DANS CARARE meeting: Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana Amersfoort, 28-06-2019
  2. 2. PARTHENOS-project.eu 2 The PARTHENOS project PARTHENOS aims at strengthening the cohesion of research in the broad sector of Language Studies, Humanities, Cultural Heritage, History, Archaeology and related fields. PARTHENOS will achieve this objective through the definition and support of common standards, the coordination of joint activities, the harmonization of policy definition and implementation, and the development of pooled services and of shared solutions to the same problems. • Project period: 1 May 2015 – 31 October 2019 • PARTHENOS consortium: 16 partners from 9 countries • Coordinator: PIN, University of Florence, Italy
  3. 3. PARTHENOS-project.eu WP3: Common Policies Implementation • Overview of existing policies in the Parthenos disciplines, for different data lifecycle phases; • Find the commonalities between disciplines in the humanities in terms of policies, RDM and IPR, open access; • Find the gaps: what disciplines are advanced in terms of policies and what are not? 3
  4. 4. PARTHENOS-project.eu WP3: Common Policies Implementation • Overview of existing policies in the Parthenos disciplines, for different data lifecycle phases; • Find the commonalities between disciplines in the humanities in terms of policies, RDM and IPR, open access; • Find the gaps: what disciplines are advanced in terms of policies and what are not? 4 Ø Give recommendation and guidance to: - humanities researchers - data archives - cultural heritage institutions
  5. 5. PARTHENOS-project.eu WP3: Common Policies Implementation Approach: • Interviews with humanities researchers in the project and external between 2016-2018; • Survey on current data management practices among PARTHENOS partner institutions; • Comparison of over 100 data management policies; • Literature review. Result: • PARTHENOS Deliverable D3.2: Hollander et al. 2019. Guidelines for Common Policies Implementation (final); • Guidelines to FAIRify data management and make data reusable. 5
  6. 6. PARTHENOS-project.eu Guidelines to FAIRify data management and make data reusable 6
  7. 7. PARTHENOS-project.eu Guidelines to FAIRify data management and make data reusable AIM AND USERS • 20 guidelines structured around the letters of FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable • Main user groups: - data producers / researchers (Bulb) - RIs and Data Archives (Wheels) • Available via the Parthenos Training Suite: Manage, Improve and Open Up your research data • Designed for humanities researchers but can be used broadly 7
  8. 8. PARTHENOS-project.eu Guidelines to FAIRify data management and make data reusable Invest in people and infrastructure 8
  9. 9. PARTHENOS-project.eu Findable 9
  10. 10. PARTHENOS-project.eu Findable • Focus is on Metadata Schema and Identifiers. Humanists work with a variety of sources (from archives, museums, or surveys) and each of them requires a specific metadata standard; • Main message: make use of the right fields to describe the right research object; • Identifiers also play an essential role for the humanities: they need to be as unique and persistent as possible. 10
  11. 11. PARTHENOS-project.eu Accessible 11
  12. 12. PARTHENOS-project.eu Accessible • Focus is on where the researcher’s data are stored (trustworthy), how they can be retrieved (protocols), and stating if and how much they are accessible; • Main message: your research data can be as standardized as possible, but if they can’t be accessed, they cannot be consulted and cited, reused, etc. 12
  13. 13. PARTHENOS-project.eu Interoperable 13
  14. 14. PARTHENOS-project.eu Interoperable • Focus is on making the researcher’s data able to dialogue with other (researchers’) data; • Main message: use of standards, vocabularies/ ontologies, APIs, support the researchers who want to connect their data with other data. 14
  15. 15. PARTHENOS-project.eu Reusable 15
  16. 16. PARTHENOS-project.eu Reusable • Focus is on being able to integrate other researchers’ data into your own research and vice versa; • Main message: not only data, but also their documentation and reuse licences are important. Humanities data are all about interpretation, but aim to the higher data integration. 16
  17. 17. PARTHENOS-project.eu What’s next? • Translations planned into: - Italian and German (expected release July 2019) - Greek and Hungarian (expected release September 2019); • Guidelines will be used to develop template workshop; • Policies on which the work is based will be integrated in PARTHENOS Policy Wizard. 17
  18. 18. PARTHENOS-project.eu Thank you! Femmy Admiraal femmy.admiraal@dans.knaw.nl

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