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![Logo]( =35%x) ## Welcome! This Workspace is dedicated to the **NFDI4Objects** consortium for research data management that meets the needs of researchers and practitioners with a multidisciplinary background whose work focuses on the material remains of three million years of human and environmental history. If you would like to read a summary in German language, you'll find it here: [Informationen auf Deutsch][1]. For more information on the [goals and topics][2] of the **seven task areas** within NFDI4Objects, jump directly to the [Task Areas overview][3]. * **TA 1**: NFDI4Objects for Documentation * **TA 2**: NFDI4Objects for Collecting * **TA 3**: NFDI4Objects for Analytics and Experiments * **TA 4**: NFDI4Objects for Protecting * **TA 5**: NFDI4Objects for Storage, Access and Dissemination * **TA 6**: NFDI4Objects for Commons and Qualification * **TA 7**: NFDI4Objects for Support and Coordination **NFDI4Objects** is in itself a very diverse consortium. Several different disciplines are covered or at least touched by the issues of the consortium, see at the [Research Area page][4]. **NFDI4Objects** can build on extensive preparatory work and existing [infrastructures][5] provided by different Co-applicant or participating institutions. **NFDI4Objects** gathered [User Stories][10], which you may browse to learn more about the needs of our community. **NFDI4Objects** [interfaces][6] not only with other humanities disciplines and cultural and social science initiatives, but also with many science-oriented consortia. **NFDI4Objects** manages an online bibliography within a [Zotero library][7]. ## Anything to add? Do you have questions or comments about our pages? Please use the comment function at the top right of the menu bar. @[osf](z8xu4) ---------- [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]:
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