Open data citation for social sciences and humanities

This notebook aims at enrolling participants into the Humanities at Scale (HaS) Winter School, a DARIAH-EU project, to be held from October 24th to 28th in Prague. and to create a place for exchange between open data citation enthusiast and professionals from different fields: scholars in Social Sciences and Humanities, publishers, scientific libraries, research administration, museums and cultural institutions, managers of open data repositories, data curators, and so on. We will focus on the data citation issue to embrace the renewal of forms of publication and editorialization in Social Sciences and Humanities. We are seeking contributors who are intended to foster discussion among scientists, librarians, publishers and interested citizens. We will first try to provide selected papers, bookmarks and bibliography.


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