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|Title:||Getting it Right from the Start|
|Abstract:||Setting parameters and calibrating digital research tools at the outset of humanities research can pay dividends in facilitating the preservation of data and facilitating its reuse. This paper explores approaches to both quantitative and qualitative research with particular reference to the Indigenous research data which is managed via the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Data Archive (ATSIDA). This paper will look at the technical, ethical and logistical considerations of establishing a digital data archive. In addition, it will explore the importance of developing and maintaining relationships when establishing a trusted digital data archive, including the researched, the researchers and the technical teams. It will also examine the development of skills across the stakeholder groups and how this strengthens the relationships of the key stakeholders.|
|Type of Work:||Conference paper|
|Appears in Collections:||Sustainable data from digital research: Humanities perspectives on digital scholarship|
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