Publication Year: 08. 04. 2017 Date of last inspection: 26. 04. 2018
RDA Node Slovenija (2019–2020)
The aim of the project is to act as a long-term central contact point between the Research Data Alliance and data practitioners, funding organizations, research agencies and other relevant stakeholders in Slovenia.
Specifically, we deal with challenges of coordinating the infrastructure development based on internationally recognised standards, e.g. CoreTrustSeal (CTS), and of developing scientific journal open data policies as one of the points in the National Action Plan that can impact the rise of a data sharing culture.
Duration: February 2019 – May 2020
Participants: ADP (leader), University of Ljubljana, CLARIN, DARIAH-SI.
Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud (2019–2022)
The project aims to provide a full-fledged cloud-based infrastructure to make data, tools and training available for scholars in the social sciences and humanities (SSH).
The main objectives of the project are:
An ambitious number of 47 organisations have gathered from all over Europe to collaborate together on SSHOC, coordinated by CESSDA.
The ADP actively participates in 3 work packages (WPs):
Duration January 2019 – Arpil 2022
CESSDA Widening Activities 2019
The project aims to build on recent developments within the previous projects and to ensure the continuity of CESSDA widening efforts.
Widening European coverage and development of pan-European data services is among the priorities highlighted in the CESSDA strategy. This project builds on previous widening activities. The main aims of this project are to maintain and foster a network of CESSDA Partners, ensure that existing CESSDA support services, tools and knowledge are shared among them, find out about emerging national data archiving activities, and increase CESSDA’s visibility in non-member countries. A widening workshop will be held in 2019 and a CESSDA Helpdesk will be set up.
The CESSDA Helpdesk will take the form of online information and email service which will offer personalised answers to specific questions from aspiring CESSDA service providers. It will also offer a mentorship programme between widening project partners and actively aspiring archives. The CESSDA mentoring programme will be a way to ensure that aspiring service providers stay active during 2019, move towards their goals, and are closely supported and encouraged.
Duration: January – December 2019
Participants: CSDA, FORS, TARKI, ADP, SND.
CESSDA Trust Activities 2019
This project aims to support and provide training to all CESSDA service providers in acquiring and prolonging CoreTrustSeal certification.
A key principle of CESSDA is that service providers must be trusted by each other and by their stakeholders including ministries, universities, national statistical offices, funders and, critically, data depositors and users. The Trust Working Group supports this goal through supporting service providers towards certification against the Trustworthy Digital Repository (TDR) standard selected by CESSDA, the CoreTrustSeal.
The main objectives of this project are to provide assistance and support to CoreTrustSeal certification (including consultancy workshops, reviewing tests) for all service providers as needed and to monitor progress of certification of all service providers. In addition, mappings between CoreTrustSeal and CESSDA Annex II obligations will be maintained. Monitoring, engaging with and reporting on the wider TDR ecosystem including OAIS, nestorSeal and ISO16363 developments will also be carried out. Clear interpretations of the Annex II obligations will be formulated and its obligations, guidance and compliance will be monitored for all service providers.
Duration: January – December 2019
Participants: DANS, UK Data Service, FSD, GESIS, ADP, SND.
The scientific objective of this 4-year project is to exploit the synergies among three infrastructures (ESS, SHARE, CESSDA) to their fullest extent and to leverage these synergies to influence the still rather fragmented landscape of smaller infrastructures.
Europe is facing huge socio-economic challenges: an economic crisis with a young generation in search of jobs, population ageing potentially straining inclusion and innovation of our societies, climate change with its pressures to redesign energy, transport and housing patterns, just to name some of the most urgent “Grand Challenges”.
Synergies for Europe's Research Infrastructures in the Social Sciences (SERISS) brings together three research infrastructures in the social sciences: the European Social Survey (ESS), the Survey for Health Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) and the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA). Also involved in SERISS are non-ESFRI research infrastructures: Generations and Gender Programme (GGP); European Values Survey (EVS) and the Wage Indicator Survey (WageIndicator.org).
The overarching objective of this project is to support the Union, the European Commission and the Member States to tackle these challenges with a solid base of socioeconomic evidence.
The scientific objective of this project is to exploit the synergies among these three infrastructures to their fullest extent and to leverage these synergies to influence the still rather fragmented landscape of smaller infrastructures.
The Agreement entered into force on 1 July 2015.
The duration of the action will be 48 months.
CESSDA AS, together with some of its members (ADP, CSDA, GESIS, NSD, FORS, UKDA), participates in the following work packages: WP4: Interactive tools for cross-national surveys, WP5: Training and dissemination in WP6: New forms of data - legal, ethical and quality issues.
ADP is included in WP6 - New forms of data – legal, ethical and quality issues that deals with quality, legal and ethical issues related to social sciences data. It actively participates in packages 6.1 Legal and ethical challenges related to the use of social media data and related data and 6.3 Connected curation and quality.
IT4CAP – Design of information-technology solutions in support of data-based implementation of Common agricultural policy of the European Union
The objective of the IT4CAP project is to design solutions for the development, management and use of data, addressing two levels in relation to other projects in the field of data and agriculture: the dedicated exploitation of existing microdata collections and the development of information- technology solutions.
ADP participates in the preparation of the questionnaire and interviews with the database administrators at MKGP, ARSKTRP and UVHVVR. It also participates in the review of databases from a statistical and organizational point of view, providing estimates and recommendations. We also conducted an overview of international examples.
Starting point of the project is growing importance of and need for primary data in the process of European Union’s (EU) Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) implementation in the period 2021-2027 characterised by a turn from compliance towards result based policy.
Duration: November 2018 – October 2020
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