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LP-T2F: Collaboration
Thursday, 13/July/2023:
11:00am - 12:30pm

Session Chair: Vicky Garnett, DARIAH-EU
Location: MCG-F

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Collaboration Across the Archival and Computational Sciences to Address Legacies of Gender Bias in Descriptive Metadata

Lucy Havens1,6, Rachel Hosker4,6, Beatrice Alex1,2,3,6, Benjamin Bach1,6, Melissa Terras5,6

1School of Informatics; 2Edinburgh Futures Institute; 3School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures; 4Heritage Collections; 5College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; 6University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

This presentation reports on a case study investigating how Natural Language Processing technologies can support the measurement and evaluation of gender bias in archival catalogs. Furthermore, we demonstrate how Humanistic approaches can upend legacies of gender-based oppression that most computational approaches to date uphold when working with data at scale.

A Gateway to Science: Fostering Access, Exchange, and Use of Social Science and Humanities Research Through a Digital Discovery Platform

Emilie Blotière1, Leonie Disch2, Gert Breitfuss2, Drahomira Cupar3, Jadranka Stojanovski3,4

1Huma-Num (CNRS), France; 2Know-Center GmbH, Austria; 3University of Zadar, Croatia; 4Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia

Digital access to social sciences and humanities (SSH) research resources is necessary to enable broad use. For this purpose, a discovery platform for SSH resources was created. This paper describes its development, based on user, economic, and computer science research methods, and illustrates how such a platform supports social exchange.

Fostering collaboration for open access publishing models: a study of the Polish ecosystem in the area of open access monographs in the humanities

Magdalena Wnuk, Marta Błaszczyńska, Marta Świetlik

Institute of Literary Research at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

The proposed paper will discuss collaboration between various stakeholders in the open access publishing ecosystem in Poland and the current challenges in developing new sustainability models for publishing digital research outputs, particularly monographs, in OA.

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