WORKSHOP: How to Preserve Diverse Data in a Monolingual Environment: Introducing the Project “Closing the Gap in Non-Latin-Script Data”
Closing the Gap in Non-Latin-Script Data II aims to establish sustainable standards of research data management with scholarly work on cultures and records using Non-Latin Scripts. The project is hosted at the Seminar for Semitic and Arabic Studies of Freie Universität Berlin under direction of Beatrice Gruendler. CtG has received funding by the Berlin University Alliance (BUA) since 2021, and now is one of three "Implementation Projects" of Objective 3–Advancing Research Quality and Value of the Berlin University Alliance granted a follow-up funding phase (2023-2026).
Closing the Gap in Non-Latin Script Data II collaborates with Jonas Müller-Laackman at Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl-von-Ossietzky, hosting the current workshop on “How to Preserve Diverse Data in a Monolingual Environment…” Team members Theodore S. Beers and M. Xenia Kudela present the project’s data collection and discuss the workflows that have been developed. The workshop offers a space for open discussion and the exchange of ideas among DH practitioners, librarians, and others improving the conditions for working with Non-Latin script data.
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Zeit & Ort
14.02.2024 | 09:30 - 12:30
Universität Hamburg Carl-von-Ossietzky at HG154 (Vortragsraum), VMP3