Culture Knowledge Base

The NFDI4Culture Knowledge Base contains guidelines, reports, and specifications by the task areas of the consortium covering all aspects of research data management in the domain of material and immaterial cultural heritage. Additionally, we provide you with curated link recommendations to high quality open educational resources.

Type:
Unset
Popular keywords:
Unset

Rights & Ethics 20 Items

Guidelines for Video Uploads on Video Platforms

Link Recommendation
Language(s):

This decision tree provides an overview on the data protection aspects of uploading conference videos to popular video platforms as well as the processing of relevant data.

Read

Data Protection Compliant Internal Sharing of Research Datasets

Link Recommendation
Language(s):

This decision tree provides guidance on the steps to consider before transferring within or between research institutions beyond the research purpose itself.

Read

The Legal Primer for Digitisation Projects in Cultural Heritage Institutions

Link Recommendation
Language(s): German

For all those who work digitally with cultural heritage and who would like to make an initial assessment of the legal issues. The 2021 amendment to German copyright law is reflected, which includes new legal permissions, particularly for the online presentation of historical…

Read (de)

The CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance

Link Recommendation
Language(s): English

The CARE Principles were formulated to complement the FAIR Principles with an important research ethics aspect. The topic is explained in an introductory way and via the page one can obtain both a summary and a detailed presentation (each as a PDF).

Read (en)

Dealing with collection items from colonial contexts (2021)

Link Recommendation
Language(s): German

The guideline of the German Museums Association on dealing with collections from colonial contexts provides information and working aids for collections in researching, documenting and presenting objects and in cooperating with societies of origin.

Read (de)

Data protection law – The "5 Safes"

Link Recommendation
Language(s): English

The "5 Safes" is a concept in data protection developed in the United Kingdom to help in the development of an effective data protection concept.

Read (en)

Show all 20 results