This workshop will provide an overview of recommended practices for humanities data preparation, peer review, and publication through the lens of the Journal of Open Humanities Data (JOHD), an open data journal dedicated to humanities research. Participants will learn about humanities data creation and publication with reflection on the overall framework of “humanities data” from the point of view of equity, access, and inclusion. At the end of this workshop, attendees will have an understanding of how to prepare their data, locate appropriate repositories and journals, and participate in the peer review of humanities data with JOHD.
Instructor: Dale Correa, Liaison for Middle Eastern Studies and History Coordinator
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