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From paper to digits: Challenges and opportunities of Digital research

Authors: Wyns, Roxanne;

From paper to digits: Challenges and opportunities of Digital research

Abstract

International audience; Technology is everywhere. In most, if not all research projects, hard- and software are usedaplenty. Moreover, when you look at the research data lifecycle, it is hard to think of datacollection, analysis, preservation, and reuse in terms of paper. Policy makers and fundersalike are encouraging projects with an IT component. As a result, new tools, databases anddata models sprout from every research project; the original goal of sharing andcollaboration surpassed by the conviction that there is a need for this particular software orthat custom developed database. This is not entirely a bad thing, since it also drivesinnovation and brings new perspectives to the use of digital components in research. Theproblem lies more in the sustainability of the developed tools and databases after theprojects' lifetime. The presentation will focus on the challenges of research infrastructuresustainability and the important role that national and pan-European researchinfrastructures such as DARIAH can play in providing researchers with best practices andsupport in building and maintaining access to innovative tools, databases and datasets.

Keywords

Sustainability, [INFO.INFO-DL]Computer Science [cs]/Digital Libraries [cs.DL], [INFO]Computer Science [cs], Research Infrastructures, [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences

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