Big Data in the Humanities: Symposium

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We’re excited to announce the forthcoming ‘Big Data in the Humanities’ symposium, to be held in Canberra on Thursday 17th October.

What do we mean by ‘big data’ in the context of the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences? And what future successes can we harness for HASS by working more collaboratively across platforms, data sets, projects and collecting institutions? How will we collectively navigate ethical and sustainable practices around the collection and use of data and how can we best enable HASS researchers to share their data with others?

‘Big Data in the Humanities’ is an opportunity to discuss these questions and more by bringing together researchers, research data specialists, GLAM experts, eResearch specialists and other practitioners to consider:

  • the collection of large data sets in HASS
  • the sharing of and collaboration around big data in HASS
  • policy and ethics questions around large data capture and use
  • potential collaborative projects
  • management and infrastructure support for enabling research with big data

Details:

October 17th, 9am-5pm

Canberra, ACT (Venue TBC)

Program announced soon!

To register visit the Eventbrite here.

This event is brought to you by the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory (HASS DEVL), an ARDC-funded national project.