Presentation Open Access
The humanities today use digital tools for their research projects. This training is an opportunity to review research data and FAIR principles in humanities projects. In this session, we provide an introduction to the research data life cycle, and then discuss how the digital humanities produce and must manage research data. We show what it means to create FAIR data, even before a project begins. We also see the management differences between the physical objects, their various digital forms and metadata, as well as the research data produced during the project. Finally, we finish with a review of tools and good practices, before showing examples, such as data reuse and the use of the CIDOC CRM ontology.