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Tue 6 Sep 2022 Online workshop Data preservation

Dataverse train-the-trainer event in September

In September, DANS will be organising a train-the-trainer event on using Dataverse as an archive or discovery platform. The event is part of the CESSDA training activities and targeted at data stewards and data managers working at (CESSDA) archives or institutional repositories using Dataverse.

Thu 15 Sep 2022 Online workshop Data preservation Data management

New Data Types in Data Management and Archiving

New Data Types in Data Management and Archiving workshop will focus on the management, archiving and access to new types of data, i.e. administrative, transactional and social media data. The program will consist of four presentations tackling various issues related to handling the new types of data in data repositories and sharing these data in the community of social researchers. The speakers’ presentations will be followed by the panel discussion, where audience members are encouraged to participate and bring in their own experiences of archivists, data managers and researchers. The event is part of the CESSDA training activities.

Tue 8 Nov 2022 Conference

Journal and Data Archive Collaboration Forum (online)

The availability of research data underlying articles published in journals is becoming a common practice in scientific communication. The European Commission and other funders of scientific research have set high expectations for scientists towards openness and availability of scientific work and results. Scientific publishers, through journals and scholarly publications are the main point of realising open science in practice.

Mon 17 Jul 2023 - Sat 22 Jul 2023 Conference

ESRA23 – European Survey Research Association

The 10th Conference of the European Survey Research Association will take place from 17 to 22 July 2023. The conference theme is "Survey research in times of crisis: Challenges, opportunities, and new directions".