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    Exploring Research Data Management in the Visual Arts

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2014)

    London, UK, 8 - 10 July 2014


    Leigh Garrett, Robin Burgess, Amy Robinson and Anne Spalding


    Research data is a valuable resource and, with appropriate management, it has much to offer  learning, teaching, research and knowledge transfer in the visual arts. However in 2011, at the outset of the KAPTUR project, very little was known about the management of research data: none of the specialist arts institutions had policies or infrastructure and evidence suggested that practice was ad hoc, left to individual researchers and teams with little support or guidance. Funded by JISC KAPTUR, led by the Centre for Digital Scholarship, a Research Centre of the University for the Creative Arts, and working in partnership with the Glasgow Arts, and working in partnership with the Glasgow School of Art; Goldsmiths, University of London; and University of the Arts London the project team sought to resolve this lack of awareness.


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