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Open Science, Open Humanities: Possible Steps towards the Future / Milena Žic Fuchs.

By: Žic Fuchs, Milena.
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: 2015Description: str.Other title: Open Science, Open Humanities: Possible Steps towards the Future [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | open science, open humanities, digital humanities, the global dimension, European bibliographic database, ERIH PLUS, topic-focused humanities RIs and databases eng In: OPEN HUMANITIES – The challenges and possibilities of Open Science for research in the humanities. Helsinki, Finska, 20.11.2015Summary: The concept of open science in relation to open humanities is discussed. The focus is on the enormous growth of data and how to use it for bridging disciplinary and domain boundaries. The European bibliographic database proposal is revisited and presented as a possibility of an all encompassing database which could reflect the true diversity and richness of European SSH research. A database of this kind could produce new synergy in research, open up avenues for collaboration between domains and make visible European research at the global level. ERIH PLUS is also mentioned as a possible starting point for such an endeavor. The challenge from the point of view of interdisciplinarity for SSH is viewed from the point of view of building up focused humanities RIs and databases. Such databases would be geared towards concrete research topics.
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The concept of open science in relation to open humanities is discussed. The focus is on the enormous growth of data and how to use it for bridging disciplinary and domain boundaries. The European bibliographic database proposal is revisited and presented as a possibility of an all encompassing database which could reflect the true diversity and richness of European SSH research. A database of this kind could produce new synergy in research, open up avenues for collaboration between domains and make visible European research at the global level. ERIH PLUS is also mentioned as a possible starting point for such an endeavor. The challenge from the point of view of interdisciplinarity for SSH is viewed from the point of view of building up focused humanities RIs and databases. Such databases would be geared towards concrete research topics.

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