Workshop: Tracking down scholarly research processes
CApturing Paradata for documenTing data creation and Use for the REsearch of the future (CAPTURE) project invites everyone interested in the tracing and documentation of scholarly research processes to participate in a one-day workshop with invited speakers. The workshop provides insights in the state of the research in the documentation and investigation of research practices in humanities disciplines with a focus on archaeology and material cultural heritage research.
Programme Oct 12, 2022
Room: 2-1077, English Park Campus (Map)
|10.15-10.30||Welcome and Introduction|
|10.30-10.50||Isto Huvila (CAPTURE, Uppsala University): Capturing paradata — or how to think about the documentation of data creation, manipulation and use processes (Slides PDF)|
|10.50-11.15||Jessica Kaiser (CAPTURE, Uppsala University): Process granularities: a model for capturing paradata in archaeological settings|
|11.15-11.40||Vera Moitinho de Almeida (INESCC): What I need is not what I get. Metadata, paradata, and 3D models of objects for archaeological research and conservation|
|11.40-12.00||Costas Papadopoulos (University of Maastricht): Annotating 3D Scholarly Editions|
|12.15-13.30||Lunch on your own|
|13.30-14.15||Jeremy Huggett (University of Glasgow): Picturing Archaeological Knowledge (Slides PDF)|
|14.15-15.00||Björn Hammarfelt (University of Borås): Citations as paradata: Theoretical and practical perspectives on references in academic texts|
|15.30-16.15||Costis Dallas (University of Toronto): Playing around, tools that tweak us, and nimble cats: embodied knowledge and distributed agency in the figured worlds of digital field archaeologists|
Registration and fees
Participation in the workshop is free of charge.
Download workshop poster as a PDF.
Last modified: 2022-10-16