Research data

Photo: Janneke Staaks
Photo: Janneke Staaks

Additional to the the e-publishing offer for articles, books and journals, arthistoricum.net provides scholars with the opportunity to archive the respective research data permanently. These can be linked directly to online publications hosted on the Heidelberg publishing platforms. All research data – e.g. images, videos, audio files, tables, graphics etc. – receive a DOI (Digital Object Identifiyer). Thus, they can be cited, viewed and permanently linked to as distinct academic output.

Long-term archiving of research data is central to good academic practice: It is necessary for the fundamental accountability of research findings that are based on respective data. Furthermore, the archiving makes it possible for the data to be used in further research projects in the future.

Images, audio and video data as well as other multimedia objects are either saved in the UB operated platform heidICON or integrated into the UB’s sustainably hosted Heidelberg digitization system DWork. Further data publications are available in heiDATA and are integrated dynamically from there into the online publication. In the future, not just the publications themselves but also the accompanying media examples will be sustainably archived in the OAIS-compatibly long-term archiving system heiARCHIVE which is currently being developed by the Heidelberg University Computing Centre and Heidelberg University Library in its joint research data competence centre (KDF).

If you would like to archive already existing research data or are planning a new research project, do not hesitate to contact us.

Contact

Dr. Maria Effinger
Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg
Plöck 107-109
69117 Heidelberg
Tel.: +49  62 21 54 35 61
E-Mail: effinger@ub.uni-heidelberg.de