Welcome to this new blog dedicated to disseminate information about the JISC funded Supporting Research Data Management Infrastructure for the Humanities (Sudamih) Project.
This new project builds on, and complements, the EIDCSR Project that is currently scoping and addressing the research data management requirements of collaborating research groups in Medical and Life Sciences. By working with researchers in the Humanities Division in Oxford, Sudamih recognizes the distinct nature of humanities data, often with a long lifespan and hard to anticipate how they may be reused, as well as the researchers’ need to manage an increasing variety of data types (text, image and geo-data).
Two of the main priorities identified through an initial requirements analysis included the provision of:
- online database service to enable researchers to create online databases with support of textual, image and geo-data;
- data management support and training for researchers at various stages including personal data management, creation of online databases and management of hybrid data collections ;
You can find a brief description of the project in About Sudamih.