What does General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) mean in practice for Social Sciences and Humanities researchers? How can we ensure that appropriate measures are taken when dealing with personal data in the day-to-day research activities?
SSHOC brings together national digital repositories of scientific institutes with a mission to provide trusted datasets and digital resources for their end-users.
Join the SSH Trainers' Directory, the pool of qualified and experienced trainers in the fields of Social Sciences and Humanities!
On December 7, the third event around the translation of the Dataverse User Interface to national language(s) took place.
How can researchers and data stewards be assisted to support FAIR and Open Research, through better provision of training materials about these topics?
Are you interested in helping with the initial testing of the Beta version of the GoTriple platform and qualify for a 30 Euro reward?
How the community can contribute to the SSH Open Marketplace.
Workshop co-located with the 6th Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference (DHNB 2022).
In spring 2020, SSHOC launched the Ethnic and Migrant Minority (EMM) Survey Registry.
At the second Dataverse translation event, SSHOC Task 5.2 welcomed not only participants who have already joined the first workshop but also new participants.