With this module, the researcher will investigate (a) parental differences in providing homeschooling (b) the effects of the school shutdown on the short- and long-term educational outcomes of children.
All over the world people are joining forces in the hope of quickly developing a vaccine for the corona virus and a cure for COVID-19. SURF is contributing to this by giving researchers accelerated access to high-quality computing facilities and data services. We also support numerous other research initiatives.
The ODISSEI Microdata Access Grant (MAG) provides researchers working at an ODISSEI member organisation with free access to CBS Microdata. The 2020 round was launched.
ODISSEI is launching an extra call for free data collection in the LISS panel, specifically aimed at questions associated with the corona virus.
Statistics Netherlands organises a meeting for researchers who (wish to) make use of CBS microdata.
Platform for Digital Infrastructure for SSH (PDI-SSH) invites submissions for the Call for Proposals Digital Infrastructure SSH.
Over the past 5 years the Data4lifesciences programme has evolved into a highly-appreciated knowledge sharing platform for the Dutch UMCs for their research data infrastructure. The Dutch UMCs and many partner institutes now venture into a new phase with Health-RI, the national data infrastructure for health research. An excellent occasion to look back to the successes…
ODISSEI verwelkom Utrecht Universiteit Faculteit der Geowetenschappen als een nieuwe deelnemer.
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Ten researchers from the ODISSEI member organisations have been granted free data collection through the LISS panel. This panel, managed by CentERdata, consists of some 7,000 individuals from approximately 4,500 households. The panel is a representative sample of the Dutch population. In total, 39 proposals were submitted, a noteworthy increase in comparison to the 31…