The purpose of this event was to raise awareness and understanding of how open research practice and principles can be successfully and creatively embedded in Arts and Humanities disciplines.
One of the key findings from our summer 2020 awareness and engagement survey (link to report) was that staff and students in the faculty of Arts and Humanities have limited experience of many open research practices, with some respondents commenting on the perceived irrelevance and lack of support for such approaches in their discipline.
This event will address some of these issues and challenge the misconception that open research is primarily for scientists, with examples of good practice taking place amongst our community of humanists.
Programme and recordings
- Host: Prof Richard Ogden (Humanities Research Centre Director, Associate Dean for Research - Arts & Humanities)
- Democratising Digitisation: making history with community music societies in digitally enabled collaboration - Prof Rachel Cowgill (Professor of Music, Research Theme Champion for Creativity) @RachelCowgill1
- Open in Archaeology? - Dr Colleen Morgan (Lecturer in Digital Archaeology and Heritage) @clmorgan
- Archives and Open Humanities - Gary Brannan (Keeper of Archives and Special Collections, Borthwick Institute) @gbrannanarchive
Presenters retain all performance rights, copyright ownership and intellectual property rights to their work. No further copying is permitted without permission from the researchers except where allowed under the terms of a public reuse licence where indicated at source, or as permitted by legal exception.