|28 Feb 2013||4:00pm - 6:00pm||SG2|
Managing a Digital Project
The process of managing a digital project in the Humanities differs in various ways from that of producing a traditional paper-based publication. If one of your research outputs is a digital artefact, such as a website, online database, digital edition or audio-visual media, this workshop will help you to plan for a successful and sustainable outcome and avoid common pitfalls. We'll be looking at the things you need to consider right from the start: how to enhance a project's scholarly value, plan for longevity and sustainability, think about stakeholders and collaborators, and copyright and ethics.
This workshop is intended for early career researchers in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, and is run as part of the Digital Humanities Network. It is facilitated by colleagues in CARET, DSpace and Faculty Computing.