Scholarly Content Management

The Virtual Competency Centre (VCC) Scholarly Content Management will deal with the various stages of the scholarly content life cycle, from creation, curation, and dissemination, through to the pooling of scholarly digital resources and results for reuse. The VCC will offer services and resources for the representation and management of data, as well as for the management of associated legal and organizational issues.

Thereby it aims to enhance data quality, preservation, and deep interoperability, as well as furthering a culture of data sharing in the Arts and Humanities.

Among the key infrastructure concepts contributed by this VCC are relevant standards, reference licenses, and best practice guidelines. Its products and support services address a diverse target community including Arts and Humanities data centres and research networks, as well as individual researchers.

VCC Scholarly Content Management is coordinated by Huma-Num, France and Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS), The Netherlands

The Heads of VCC Scholarly Content Management are Nicolas Larrousse (DARIAH-FR) and Andrea Scharnhorst (DARIAH-NL).

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