ITM Web Conf.
Volume 33, 2020International Conference on ICT enhanced Social Sciences and Humanities (ICTeSSH 2020)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Digital Tools and Infrastructures|
|Published online||14 August 2020|
TRIPLE project: building a discovery platform to enhance collaboration
1 CNRS (Huma-Num), Scientific Coordinator of TRIPLE H2020 project France
2 CNRS (Huma-Num), Project Manager of TRIPLE H2020 project France
3 DARIAH, European Project Officer Germany
4 Know-Center, Data Driven Business senior researcher Austria
5 EGI, Community Support Officer The Netherlands
6 Net7, Account Manager Italy
7 Abertay University, Postdoctoral Researcher Scotland
8 CNRS (Huma-Num), European project manager France
9 Max Weber Stiftung, Communication Officer of TRIPLE H2020 project Germany
1 Suzanne Dumouchel: email@example.com
2 Emilie Blotière: firstname.lastname@example.org
3 Laure Barbot: email@example.com
4 Gert Breitfuss: firstname.lastname@example.org
5 Yin Chen: email@example.com
6 Francesca Di Donato: firstname.lastname@example.org
7 Paula Forbes: email@example.com
8 Clara Petitfils: firstname.lastname@example.org
9 Stefanie Pohle: pohlemaxweberstiftung.de
Social Sciences and Humanities research is divided across a wide array of disciplines, sub- disciplines and languages. While this specialisation makes it possible to investigate the extensive variety of SSH topics, it also leads to a fragmentation that prevents SSH research from reaching its full potential. Use and reuse of research is suboptimal, interdisciplinary collaboration possibilities are often missed partially because of missing standards and referential keys between disciplines. Often, the reuse of data may paradoxically complicate a relevant sorting of data and a trust relationship between researchers. As a result, societal, economic and academic impacts are limited. Conceptually, there is a wealth of transdisciplinary collaborations, but in practice there is a need to help researchers and research institutions to connect them and support them, to prepare the research data for these overarching approaches and to make them findable and usable. The TRIPLE (Targeting Researchers through Innovative Practices and Linked Exploration) project is a practical answer to the above issues, as it aims at designing and developing the European discovery platform dedicated to Social Sciences and Humanities resources. Funded under the European Commission program INFRAEOSC-02-2019 “Prototyping new innovative services”, thanks to a consortium of 19 partners, TRIPLE will develop a full multilingual and multicultural solution for the discovery and the reuse of Social Sciences and Humanities resources. The project started in October 2019 for a duration of 42 months thanks to European funding of 5.6 million €.
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