DSSF - Project Management/Organizing Research
DSSF - Project Management/Organizing Research Online
Project management and documenting your processes is an important part of developing a digital project. Today, we will discuss how to create a project charter, begin a timeline for your project, and look at ways to document the creation of your project so others can see how it was made. Guidelines for the charter are available at the Project Charter page. This will be a living document, of sorts; as you research your topic and think about ways to present and visualize your project, things may change. However, getting a good basis for your project is important.
Organizing your research is an important part of this fellowship; today we will discuss some strategies for using Zotero, a free tool that helps you manage, share, and cite your resources.
Before the Workshop
- Read Burdick, et.al. pages 124-125 and 130-133 in Digital_Humanities (use the book page numbers, not the PDF page numbers)
- Watch this introduction to Project Management in the Digital Humanities (47:30) and complete the Deliverables and Timeline activities. DSSFs should use the OneNote notebook to complete the activities.
- Review the Project Charter requirements
- Please create a free account at https://www.zotero.org/ and download Zotero
- Tuesday, June 8, 2021
- 10:00am - 12:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.