Every two years since 2012, ICRI has hosted about 500 delegates, who discuss topics concerning research infrastructures on the international level.
The first COORDINATE Summer school will be held on the Colchester Campus of the University of Essex from June 20-24, 2022, as part of the COORDINATE Project.
A team of Visionary Analytics, DANS, DCC and EFIS is carrying out a study on the European Research Data Landscape. The study aims to provide a characterisation of the research data ecosystem in the European context, covering the EU Member States, Horizon 2020 Associated Countries and the UK. To discuss preliminary findings and solicit feedback, we are organising a webinar with the stakeholders.
The conference theme, “Data by Design: Building a Sustainable Data Culture”, emphasizes two core values embedded in the culture of Gothenburg and Sweden: design and sustainability. See you in Gothenburg in 2022!
IASSIST (The International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology) 2022 - a Hybrid Conference, 7-10 June, Gothenburg & Online.
This second session on copyright focuses on copyright considerations in the context of secondary data use. The first session, “Introduction to copyright: Copyright and publishing” provides an overview on copyright considerations in both publishing and teaching.
Participants will learn about the key issues to consider when using secondary data analysis as a method. This introductory workshop will briefly cover the pros and cons of reusing data and the importance of learning about the origins of your data. Quantitative and qualitative secondary analysis will be discussed with examples and issues of context, sampling, plus ethics raised.
The aim of the statistical course, organized by COORDINATE project, is to familiarize participants with the basics of the open source programming language R and to teach data wrangling and data visualization using the R language and software packages from its ecosystem. The course is open to academic researchers from PhD students to full professors, as well as policy practitioners and other researchers or analysts working in EU Member States and Associated Countries.
This workshop is the first of two on ‘Introduction to Copyright’. The first session focuses on copyright considerations in the context of publishing while the second session focusses on copyright issues in secondary data use.
This free workshop is an introduction to computational social science. It offers attendees a chance to understand and discuss what computational social science is, what it is good for, how to become a computational social scientist, and the basic steps to follow in an ideal computational social science research project.
This free 90-minute online workshop will explain the difference between types of consent and how, as a researcher, you can consider data archiving, plus future reuse in the consent process, considering one-off and process consent.