Between January 2019 and April 2022 SSHOC will deliver a series of services and tools for daily use by SSH researchers. The timeline indicates their earliest availability. Scroll down to browse the catalogue.
An innovative web service for the reality-based 3D annotation and large-scale collaborative documentation of heritage artefacts. For this service, the existing Aïoli platform
will be significantly upgraded in terms of technical robustness, the collaboration framework provided, the management of controlled vocabularies, and compatibility with CIDOC-CRM. A facility for visualising hypothetical reconstructions of archaeological sites will also be added.
Based on a proof of concept for the cross-pollination of information between research infrastructures, the guidelines under development will describe how to design interview questionnaires to facilitate the capture of digital language data and its integration into the traditional data collection process.
A registry of (meta)data conversion services featuring the most relevant SSH (meta)data formats and encompassing links to services, format recommendations for increasing interoperability, software recommendations, and a software library. Selected conversion tools will be created where necessary.
Based on the already functional CLARIN VCR, the SSHOC VCR service will enable researchers to create integrated, coherent sets of links to digital objects. These virtual collections will provide persistent identifiers and federated login.
The collection metadata is openly available and accessible via the Virtual Language Observatory.
An extension of the current CLARIN Language Resource Switchboard, the SSHOC Switchboard will match language resources and tools to data types, automatically guiding researchers to the appropriate language analysis application, and enabling the publication, sharing and reuse of the resulting data via B2SHARE.
Emerging from use-case studies, an evaluation of existing platforms, and a pilot in which secure, safe-room remote desktop connections will be established and tested between partners, the specifications will include Data Use Agreements and a schema for assessing disclosure risk in data.
The repository will be built upon the community-driven open source Dataverse software platform. Its modular design facilitates integration with other data services such as DataCite or ROpenScience, allows for distributed file storage, and supports the development of additional functionality and services.
SSHOC will build on partner experience with rich, descriptive metadata such as CDMI, CIDOC, CRM, DDI and DataCite to provide software that renders the full range of SSH data-sets citable and exploitable.