Launching a Digital Commons for the Humanities and Social Sciences

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"RDM for the Large-Scale Research Commons" (Video)

A presentation from the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2021: Research Data Management for Digitally Curious Humanists, by Caroline Winter, Graham Jensen, Alyssa Arbuckle, and Ray Siemens.

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"Fostering Digital Communities of Care: Safety, Security, and Trust in the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences Commons" (Video)

A presentation from the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2021: Conference & Colloquium, by Graham Jensen, Alyssa Arbuckle, Caroline Winter, Talya Jesperson, and Ray Siemens. 

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"Reimagining the Digital Research Commons for the Canadian HSS Community"

A presentation from the 2021 Canadian Society for Digital Humanities (CSDH) conference, by Alyssa Arbuckle, Graham Jensen, Luis Meneses, Ray Siemens, and Caroline Winter. (Downloads: paper | slides)

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"The Canadian HSS Commons as an Open Social Scholarship Tool" (Video)

A recorded lightning talk for Engaging Open Social Scholarship (2020), by Ray Siemens and Alyssa Arbuckle.

(Abstract and video password: #EngagingOSS)

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"Open, Digital Scholarship: Issues, Initiatives, and Research Commons in the Humanities and Social Sciences" (Video)

A recorded panel discussion from the Digital Humanities 2020 conference, co-chaired by Ray Siemens (UVic) and Alyssa Arbuckle (UVic) and featuring Kathleen Fitzpatrick (Michigan State University), Gabriel Miller (Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences), Susan Haigh (Canadian Association of Research Libraries), Clare Appavoo (Canadian Research Knowledge Network), and Chad Gaffield (U Ottawa).

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"Foundations for the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences Commons: Exploring the Possibilities of Digital Research Communities"

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This paper introduces the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) Commons, an open online space where Canadian HSS researchers and stakeholders can gather to share information and resources, make connections, and build community. Situated at the intersection of the fields of digital scholarship, open access, digital humanities, and social knowledge creation, the Canadian HSS Commons is being developed as part of a research program investigating how a not-for-profit, community-partnership research commons could benefit the HSS community in Canada. This paper considers an intellectual foundation for conceptualizing the commons, its potential benefits, and its role in the Canadian scholarly publishing ecosystem; it explores how the Canadian HSS Commons’ open, community-based platform complements existing research infrastructure serving the Canadian HSS research community.

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