ATTENTION: Due to the outbreak of Corona Virus, the event is cancelled. Here further information.The GESIS Spring Seminar offers three consecutive one-week courses in advanced methods of quantitative data analysis for Social Scientists. It has been taking place in Cologne annually every spring for more than 45 years.This year, three courses on Digital Behavioral Data are offered: Fundamentals of Data Analysis with Python (02 - 06.03.2020); A Practical Introduction to Machine Learning in Python (09 - 13.03.2020); Social Network Analysis with Digital Behavioral Data (16 - 20.03.2020).
This 5-weeks course, organized by the University of Edinburgh, Digital Curation Centre and Research Data Netherlands, focusses on how to develop and deliver effective data management services to improve research in your organisation.
Organised by DCC and Digital Repository of Ireland, the programme will focus on community, the various stakeholders that play a role in ensuring digital objects are properly created, managed and shared. Topics are: Social, political and cultural implications of digital curation; Trust: assessing content and containers; Data stewardship; Preservation planning.
In this hands-on workshop you will learn best practices for managing and publishing research data when your research involves human participants. Specific attention will be paid to (1) publishing and archiving evidence, data and documentation for transparency in research, in particular for qualitative research; and (2) making research data FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable). Practical demonstrations and hands-on exercises will be used throughout.
Are you looking for a repository software to run your research data repository? Are you already using Dataverse and want to exchange experiences and learn more about Dataverse?
On Tuesday 17 December SND is organising a workshop aimed at data experts working in large research projects and national research infrastructures. The workshop will focus on methods for organising and documenting data and metadata. Chapter two, “Organise & Document”, in CESSDA's Data Management Expert Guide (DMEG) will serve as basis for discussion. Participation by invitation only.
At the round table, CESSDA experts will present and discuss relevant ethical and legal topics with our stakeholders, a group of data professionals, policymakers, research management professionals and researchers, as well as data protection officers. This is a training and knowledge exchange opportunity to enhance awareness within the social sciences research community in SEE countries of the ethical and legal needs and obligations, and give them the self-confidence to follow the paths that would lead to best quality research data with long-term use potential.
The CESSDA Technical Infrastructure Training Day will be held on 5th December 2019.
The Czech Social Science Data Archive (CSDA) of the Institute of Sociology CAS is organising the workshop, which will take place on 5 December 2019. The morning programme is in Czech and the afternoon consists of presentations in English on the implementation of the GDPR in Social Science Research.
Data management for open science workshop, organised as part of the first official presentation of CROSSDA, the Croatian Social Science Data Archive as a national public service and service provider for CESSDA ERIC.