Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives

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May
2016

Interested in the “data revolution” and what it means for research? Here’s why you should attend IASSIST2016

The theme of this year’s conference is “Embracing the ‘data revolution’: opportunities and challenges for research” and it is the 42nd of its kind, taking place every year. IASSIST2016 will take place in Bergen, Norway, from 31 May to 3 June, hosted by NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data.

IASSIST is an international organisation of information technology and data services professionals which aims to provide support to research and teaching in the social sciences. It has over 300 members ranging from data archive staff and librarians to statistical agencies, government departments and non-profit organisations.

Here is a first snapshot of what is at IASSIST2016 and why it is important.

Part 1: Data Sharing, New Data Sources and Data Protection

Read the blog post on the IASSIST iBlog.

Spread the word on Twitter using #IASSIST16.

Part 2: Data Infrastructure, Data Processing and Research Data Management

Read the blog post on the IASSIST iBlog.

Spread the word on Twitter using #IASSIST16.