Phaidracon 2021 sessions are online!

Recordings of the sessions are available on the session pages.

Program Day 3, November 15, 2022

Susanne Blumesberger will moderate the conference day together with Raman Ganguly

[10:00 - 10:15] Opening

Welcome by Melanie Malzahn (Dean of the Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies)

[10:15-10:45] Thomas Wallnig (Department of History)

What to teach Digital Humanities students about Phaidra

Knowledge about institutional repositories is increasingly becoming a mandatory feature of Digital Humanities teaching: not only do students (and thus future researchers) need to understand the workflows behind the sustainable storage of their research data....


[10:45 - 11:15] Andrea Serles (Institute of Austrian Historical Research)

Sources, Databases & Repositories – The Danube Trade Project

Serial sources such as toll registers, municipal account books, company accounting records, or trade registers provide valuable data for economic historians. Because they allow scholars to study the evolution of economic behaviour at both the macro- and microstructural levels, these books have long been used as primary sources in economic and social history. However, the sheer volume of data has often hindered scholarly editions and detailed research.....


[11:15 - 11:30] Break

[11:30 - 12:00] Astrid Poyer and Charlotte Reuß

IMAGE+ Platform for Open Art Education. Visual database of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

„IMAGE+ Platform for Open Art Education“ is an Austrian image and image research platform dedicated to the enhancement of teaching. IMAGE+ offers a comprehensive repository of high-quality digital image reproductions of artistic works. The images are enriched with high-quality metadata; scientifically validated information about the artworks is provided.....


[12:00 - 13:00] Lunch break

[13:00-13:30] Susanne Blumesberger

Data Management - Opportunities and Challenges in Exploring Media Effects on Children and Youth

This presentation will briefly outline the opportunities that arise when dealing with data management in the field of children's and youth media research....


[13:30-14:00] Fani Gargova

Metadata Literacy and the Blurring of the Relationship between Works of Art and their Representations

This talk will look at the central role of metadata in accessing, using, and conceptualizing visual representations of analog objects and monuments. In particular, I will focus on issues connected to multiple instantiations (i.e. copies) of a given representation, usually as a result of a media change....


[14:00 - 14:15] Break

[14:15 - 14:45] Heimo Rainer

Scientia Amabilis Digitalis: JACQ, the Botanical Collections World and the Role of the University of Vienna

Collections move digital for more than two decades now. This talk is centered around collections traditionally curated in Botanical Institutions. The University of Vienna houses a estimated 1.4 million botanical and mycological objects of global provenance.


[14:45 - 15:15] Matej Durco

Where do we stand on data management in Digital Humanities in Austria?

This contribution discusses progress, solutions and further plans in the field of repositories, data management and long-term preservation of research data in the humanities....


[15:15-15:45] Daniel Spichtinger

How (un)common?

Creative Commons licencing in Horizon 2020 Data Management Plans

As policies, good practices and mandates on research data management evolve, more emphasis has been put on the licencing of data (often in the context of the reproducibility of research). Licencing information allow potential re-users to quickly identify what they can do with the data in question and is therefore an important component of metadata....