Lozana Rossenova

Dr. Lozana Rossenova ist Mitarbeiterin im Open Science Lab der TIB und arbeitet im Projekt NFDI4Culture in den Bereichen Datenanreicherung und Entwicklung von Wissensgraphen. // Dr Lozana Rossenova is currently based at the Open Science Lab at TIB, and works on the NFDI4Culture project, in the task areas for data enrichment and knowledge graph development.

Passion for Provenance (data): On collection data, museum systems and open collaboration via wikis

The international workshop Provenance Loves Wiki: »Provenance Research + the Wikiverse« gathered art historians, museum and collection management specialists, computer scientists, data enthusiasts, and members of the Wikidata/Wikibase community, over two days at the offices of Wikimedia Germany in January in Berlin. Our blog post provides a review from the perspective of TIB’s Open Science Lab.

Fermenting Data Workshop @ Innovercity

The Joint Lab of TIB and HsH kicked off with a workshop as the first event to take place at innovercity, the newly designed, flexible areas in an old shopping centre building in Hannover’s city centre. Students got to learn about alternative approaches and methods to collecting, structuring and thinking with data promoted by the framework of the Fermenting Data project.

Workshop „Fermenting Data” @ Innovercity

Das Joint Lab von TIB und HsH startete mit einem Workshop als erste Veranstaltung in innovercity, in den neu gestalteten flexiblen Räumen des ehemaligen Kaufhauses in Hannovers Innenstadt. Im Workshop lernten Studierende alternative Ansätze und Methoden zum Sammeln, Strukturieren und Denken mit Daten kennen, die im Rahmen des Projekts Fermenting Data gefördert werden.

Examining Wikidata and Wikibase in the context of research data management applications

The monthly NFDI InfraTalk opened up an interesting question regarding the potential of Wikidata to be used as an application for science and research. In this 2-part post series, we expand on the differences between Wikidata and Wikibase instances, and their potential applications in academic contexts.