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Data for International Social Science Research: what we have and what we need K. Schürer UK Data Archive, Essex President, CESSDA
Geographies of data access
Sources of data production Academic Commercial Governmental
Limitations of cross-border data discovery and transfer
Technical requirements and interfaces (ADAT, Grid)
New metadata standards
New data types Longitudinal/cohort data Continuous surveys Transaction data Observational data Administrative data Disclosive data
New secure access mechanisms
New methodologies for matching/linking
New alliances with data producers Commercial NSIs NGOs
New alliances with data disseminators Google NSIs, government departments & agencies Cross discipline RCs Institutional repositories
Organisational and legal requirements ESFRI cessda-ERI + other ERIs IASSIST IFDO IDF
The MetaDater Model and the formation of a GRID for the support of social research John Kallas Greek Social Data Bank National Center for Social Research.
Institutional or Subject Repositories Les Carr. Academic Colleagues A group of academics or researchers of the same discipline who work together at the.
13 February 2009ESDS – whats in it for librarians? Royal Statistical Society The strange case of the local data librarian - a peculiarly Edinburgh perspective!
ESDS - a new service Kevin Schürer, Director, ESDS/UKDA.
ESDS and the wider world Kevin Schürer, Director, ESDS/UKDA.
The Alliance for Data Archive Technologies: Looking towards a Common Future Myron Gutmann, ICPSR Ben Evans, ASSDA Deborah Mitchell, ASSDA Kevin Schürer,
An Introduction to the UK Data Archive and the Economic and Social Data Service November 2007 Jack Kneeshaw, UKDA.
Entering A New ERA : The European Research Area Ken Miller UK Data Archive University Of Essex June 11-15, 2002.
Data without Boundaries A short Overview Coordination : Roxane Silberman CNRS/Réseau Quetelet P resented by Mike Priddy/DANS Iris Alfredsson/SND Cologne,
Economic and Social Data Service June What is the ESDS? national service supporting the archiving, dissemination and use of social and economic.
Economic and Social Data Service a distributed data service for the social sciences.
Access to Economic and Social Data via the UK Data Archive Jack Kneeshaw UKDA.
Building Capacities for Establishment of Social Science Digital Data Archives Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade Achievements.
From CESSDA to European Research Infrastructure Developments in cross-European data sharing.
Frameworks for the Access and Use of Administrative Data, With the Example of Current Practice in the UK Steven Vale Office for National Statistics UK.
DAMES - Data Management through e-Social Science 1 DAMES: Data Management through e-Social Science NCeSS Research Node University of Stirling / University.
Developing and improving data resources for social science research The National Data Strategy A plan for the development of data resources for research.
Practical Issues for Institutional Repositories Bill Hubbard SHERPA Project Manager University of Nottingham.
April 2010 MRC Data Sharing Policy Peter Dukes Policy Lead – Data Sharing & Preservation.
Data management, data sharing and the activities of the UKDA Managing research data well workshop London, 30 June 2009 Manchester, 1 July 2009.
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