The Berlin University of the Arts always views open research and thus also research data management in the context of art and science. The open accessibility, traceability and – where possible – reusability of artistic and scientific processes pursued in this way is an interplay of various aspects that are also subject to numerous legal and technical issues. In addition, research and teaching are closely linked at the UdK Berlin, meaning that topics primarily relevant to research, such as open research, are also of great importance for teaching. Using the university library as an example, the lecture will illustrate the complexity of research data management in the arts and show what possibilities already exist and where / with whom to start in order to be able to realise the currently impossible in the future.

Time and Date: 29.05.2024, 15 – 16:30 Uhr, online

Target Group: Researchers, people from the research support team

Language: German


Friederike Kramer, Master’s degree in Scandinavian Studies and Information/Library Science (Berlin, Bergen). Since 2010 at the University Library of the UdK Berlin. Since 2020 Deputy Head of Library, Head of Digital Services, Subject Librarian for Communication, Educational Sciences, Theatre / Dance. Open Access Officer at the UdK Berlin since 2024. Co-founder and co-moderator of the focus group ‘Open Access in the Arts’.


The materials for this webinar are available here.