The Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) presented its new website. The newest functinality - large data catalogue - provides access to data and metadata from all member data archives. The website and data catalogue can be accessed here and here.
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Date: Tue 13 Nov 2018 15:00 With Eurostat estimating that in 2015, 119 million people, or 23.8% of the EU population, were at risk of poverty or social exclusion, poverty remains an important research topic in the context of Europe. Hosted by the CESSDA training group, this one-hour webinar will explore data available for researching poverty and its impact.
International migration is an increasingly important research topic. The CESSDA Training Group therefore offers the introductory webinar for anyone interested in data on migration. The webinar will take place on Tue 15 May at 15:00. For more information and registration please click here. The presentation is available here.
Tuesday 29 May, 10am-3.45pm Venue: Academic Conference Centre, Husova 4a, Prague 1, Czech Republic
As the first digital data repository in the Czech republic, the Czech Social Science Data Archive has been certified with the Core Trust Seal. This certification licences the digital data repositories that comply to high quality standards defined in the Core Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements.
The Consortium of data archives CESSDA ERIC joins the Love Data Week with the web seminar focused on data management. The webinar called Love Data Management will take place on Friday 16th February at 11 AM. More information is available here.
Over the past year, eleven CESSDA archives have combined forces to create a detailed and thorough guide on data management across the research data life cycle. The expert tour guide was created to introduce the concepts of data management and provide guidance to researchers. With this tour guide, CESSDA wants to contribute to increased professionalism in data management and to improve the value of research data. A downloadable checklist helps researchers who need to create a Data Management Plan.
The presentations from the Workshop on Challenges in the Organisation of International Comparative Social Surveys are available at the website of the event.
The SERISS announces the third course in their training series, this once about measurement error. The course "Measurement quality and correction for measurement error" will be held on 26-27 February 2018 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and instructed by Diana Zavala-Rojas and Wiebke Weber from Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM), Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
The Czech Social Science Data Archive invites colleagues, students and others interested in quantitative social research to the workshop focused on issues of comparative surveying. The event called "Workshop on Challenges in the Organisation of International Comparative Social Surveys" will take place in Prague on 30th November 2017. More information about the event and registration can be found here.