In the LISS Call 2021, researchers working at one of the ODISSEI member organisations can apply for free data collection through the LISS panel and for funding for a project that expands the LISS panel data with CBS microdata.
The ODISSEI – NLeSC Call 2021 supports social scientists who want to use digital techniques in their research and need help with this.
What can we learn about Dutch residential planning policy from past experience? In cooperation with Utrecht University, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) is researching the long-term effects of the VINEX policy.
Responsible Open Science – Workshop on the Fundamentals of Research Data Mangagement for Social Scientists
In June, ODISSEI, CESSDA-ERIC and DANS organise a workshop on research data management for starting researchers in the social sciences.
The Platform Digital Infrastructure for Social Sciences & Humanities (PDI-SSH) launched its 2021 Call for Digital Infrastructure, for project that serve both the social sciences and the humanities.
On 20 May, from 13:00 to 15:00, ODISSEI and CentERdata are organising an information event during which researchers can learn more about working with the LISS panel. During this afternoon, a variety of speakers will introduce the LISS panel and the research opportunities the panel offers. Two researchers will present their LISS research project, which were funded by the ODISSEI LISS grant.
This conference aims to bring SHARE users from multiple disciplines together to discuss ongoing research projects from across the Netherlands.
On Tuesday, 18 May, Chang Sun (Maastricht University) will present her project ‘Knowledge Graph for metadata of CBS Microdata’. We warmly invite you to attend this lecture, learn more about parsing CBS metadata, and participate in the Q&A and discussion after the lecture.
On Thursday, 29 April, prof. dr. Aat Liefbroer (NIDI) and Tim Hanson (City University London) will present the European Social Survey (ESS) and the methodological and technical challenges it currently faces, both internationally and in the Netherlands. We warmly invite you to attend this lecture, learn more about the European Social Survey, and participate in the Q&A and discussion after the lecture.
On April 22, ODISSEI hosts an online workshop on CBS microdata and geospatial analysis, organised in collaboration with dr. Marco Helbich and dr. Hannah Roberts (UU). During this afternoon, attendees will learn more about the possibilities of CBS microdata for geospatial analysis.