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.
Digitizing, Inventorizing, Enriching 2 Items
DFG Practical Guidelines on Digitisation (2022)
Language(s): English German
The DFG Practical Guidelines formulate standards and provide guidance on organisational, methodological and technical issues in the context of object digitisation and indexing. This document is an updated version of the Practical Guidelines published by the DFG in 2016.
DFG Practical Guidelines on Digitisation (2016)
Language(s): German English
The DFG Code of Practice offers recommendations for good practice in the preparation and implementation of digitization projects. By formulating standards, they aim to contribute to the sustainability and future viability of digitization projects.
Planning 1 Items
FAIR-Aware: Assess Your Knowledge of FAIR (2021)
FAIR-Aware is an online tool that helps researchers and data managers assess how much they know about the requirements for the findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability (FAIR) of datasets.
Rights & Ethics 4 Items
Copyright – iRights
iRights is an information platform and online magazine on law in the cultural sector, with a focus on copyright, data protection and Open Educational Resources (OER). Cultural heritage institutions are a special target group. iRights e. V. is the sponsor.
Copyright – Creative Commons FAQs
The Creative Commons offer a licensing toolkit that has been widely used in the cultural sector. The carefully compiled FAQ on this package covers not only the basics and basic questions, but also many specific topics.
Audiovisual Materials in Research and Teaching – an Overview of Copyright Aspects
Author(s): Fabian Rack
The legal opinion (new edition of the 2015 version) explains how audiovisual materials may be used in research and teaching. It explains in which cases researchers must obtain permission and in which use is permitted by law.
Upload scientific video contributions
This document aims to explain the legal framework for video uploads to publicly accessible video portals covering video recordings with scientific content. For the detailed data protection section, you will find a flowchart on data protection for video uploads here for your…
Data sharing & publishing 2 Items
Repositories - Open Access
open-access.network offers an introduction to open access repositories and also provides an overview of open access repositories via OPENdoar.
Repositories - Introduction to selection
Forschungsdaten.info is the German-language information portal on research data management (FDM). On the topic of "repositories" there is a general introduction, including the topics: Choosing a repository and certification.