DHSI 2022: Project Management in the Humanities
Conference chair: Lynne Siemens (U Victoria)
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Project management is a tool that has long been associated with business. Its use in the academy is increasing as projects grow beyond the scope of a single researcher. Funding agencies are encouraging this trend by requesting detailed and realistic work plans as part of grant applications. However, challenges exist for the application of project management to research projects. For example, research goals may be articulated but the methodology to accomplish them is not well understood. This is further complicated by the fact that researchers see the application of these tools as rigid management approaches, perhaps not suited for the academy.
Having said this, due to increasingly collaborative interdisciplinary projects, many humanities scholars find themselves as “instant” or “accidental” managers. They are leading teams of researchers from a variety of disciplines, research assistants, librarians and others, as well as managing financial and other resources. This is something for which they are often not prepared due to a lack of training in this area.
All conference presentations are accessible online and in advance to those registered, as is the Zoom link. Times below are for their discussion and Q&A, via Zoom; synchronous and asynchronous discussion also via Twitter (#dhsi22pm and #dhsi22)
All times are in Pacific Time
|When:||Thursday 09 June, 2022, 9:30 am - 11:30 am PDT|
|Submitted by:||Canadian Social Knowledge Institute (C-SKI)|