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​Doing Digital Projects in the Open Workshop Series

This guide is a companion to the Doing Digital Projects in the Open Workshop Series

Doing Digital Projects in the Open Workshop Series - Upcoming Dates


Workshop 1: What are Open Digital Projects?
Instructors: Jonathan Cain, Gabriele Hayden, UO Libraries Data Services, and Kate Thornhill, UO Libraries Digital Scholarship Services
What will be covered? - Defining and developing your open digital project
Monday, April 1st 2pm-4pm
Knight Library - DREAM (Digital Research, Education, and Media) Lab

Workshop 2: Creating your Data Management Plan
Instructors: Jonathan Cain, Gabriele Hayden, UO Libraries Data Services, and Kate Thornhill, UO Libraries Digital Scholarship Services
What will be covered? – Creating and sharing a Data Management Plan using DMPTool
Monay, April 8th 2pm-4pm
Knight Library - DREAM (Digital Research, Education, and Media) Lab

Workshop 3: Using OSF to Manage your Projects
Instructors: Jonathan Cain, Gabriele Hayden, UO Libraries Data Services, and Kate Thornhill, UO Libraries Digital Scholarship Services
What will be covered? – Using the Open Science Foundation to Manage your Projects
Monday, April 15th 2pm-4pm
Knight Library - DREAM (Digital Research, Education, and Media) Lab

How to Use This Guide

Doing Digital Projects in the Open Workshop Series

Open Access logo DMPTool: Build your Data Management Plan   OSF: Open Science Foundation Logo

This workshop series guide helps open digital humanists and digital social scientists focus on the foundational understanding of open digital projects based strategies and methods influenced by Mozilla Foundation's Open Leadership Framework. Methods, strategies, and tools include critically engaging with real community-based open digital projects case studies, utilizing an open project canvas for digital project development, using the Data Management Plan (DMP) Tool for creating reproducible data management plans, and organizing and communicating open projects using the Open Science Framework. The series is open to all disciplines and anyone producing and teaching digital research. The series was developed and offered by UO Libraries Data Services and Digital Scholarship Services Departments.

 Doing Digital Projects in the Open Workshop Series covers the following topics:

  1. Defining and brainstorming your open digital project using an Open Canvas project management tool
  2. Creating and sharing a data management plan using the DMPTool
  3. Using the Open Science Foundation platform to collaborate, document, archive, share, and register your projects, materials, and data.

Who are the Instructors?

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Jonathan Cain, Head of Data Services
Jonathan Cain earned his MLIS at Pratt Institute, an MA in Africana Studies from New York University and a BS in Anthropology from College of Charleston.  He is also the libraries’ primary liaison with the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management, providing in-depth consultative reference services, collection development, and course-integrated instruction. He has previous professional experience with the libraries of Hunter College (CUNY), New York University, and the College of New Rochelle.
Gabriele Hayden, Research Data Management and Reproducibility Librarian
Gabriele Hayden earned her PhD in English Literature from Yale University and a BA in English from Reed College. She has previous experience working at the Multnomah County Library, and has worked with open source software and enterprise database reporting in the non-profit and private sectors. Her current interest is in open source software support for computational reproducibility.
Kate Thornhill, Digital Scholarship Librarian
Kate earned her MLS from Simmons University in 2013 and Art History BA and Photography BFA from the University of Massachusetts North Dartmouth. She serves as the Digital Research, Education, and Media (DREAM) Lab’s operations manager where she coordinates staffing, lab scheduling and usage, and DREAM Lab technology instruction. She is also responsible for the project management of Digital Scholarship Center digital projects and leads Oregon Digital service management.
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