On 29 October 2020, the Dutch Platform for Survey Research (NPSO) organizes a seminar about the GDPR and ethics in survey research. The new privacy law has influenced the way survey research has to be conducted.
The new issue of E-Data & Research is out, including articles about the consequences of COVID-19 for SSH research and an interview with Claes de Vreese about the Platform Digital Infrastructure SSH.
This month, two calls opened specifically for young researchers. The Nationaal Kiezersonderzoek (NKO) offers free space for the addition of questions to the panel and the Netherlands eScience Center offers an award of €50.000 for a novel research idea.
In September three new ODISSEI employees have started at our partner organisations. Both the ODISSEI Social Data Analytics Team (OSDAT) at Utrecht University as well as the Portal Team at VU Amsterdam have expanded their teams.
On the afternoon of Tuesday, November 24, the ODISSEI Community Conference will take place virtually. In June, ODISSEI received Roadmap funding from NWO with which the project has officially started. At the Community Conference, ODISSEI users will share their research and experience. Additionally, several ODISSEI leading researchers will share their vision on the role of ODISSEI…
The Management Board oversees the execution of ODISSEI and represents the ODISSEI member organisations. With the start of the Roadmap-project, four new members have joined the board.
On November 12th, CBS is organizing a microdata webinar, with the theme ‘inequality.’ This event offers scientists the opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience about working with CBS microdata.
On 1 September 2020, ODISSEI welcomed two Community Managers: Suze Zijlstra and Eva Heitbrink. They are responsible for maintaining contacts with (potential) ODISSEI users.
On September 3, DANS and LCRDM organize “Food for Psychologists”, an online event especially for researchers in psychology, with tools, tips and tricks in the field of Research Data Management and data sharing.
The Microdata Access Grant provides free access to CBS Microdata for researchers working at an ODISSEI member organisation. In the 2020 round of the MAG, eight projects were awarded, three more than in previous years. The next round of the Microdata Access Grant will probably open in spring 2021.