New Report Published: SSHOC Speech-to-text Workshop – Linking Social Survey and Linguistic Infrastructures through speech interviews

10 May 2021

Idea of collaboration between research infrastructures and disciplines is central to EOSC. An example of such collaboration within the SSHOC project was showcased in the recent Speech-to-text workshop. It presented the ongoing work undertaken by a partnership of two social science infrastructures (European Values Study and Generations and Gender Programme), and a linguistic infrastructure (CLARIN). Workshop was led by Judith Koops (Generations and Gender Programme), who provided an overview of the project. The workshop further included presentations by Joris Mulder (LISS panel), who demonstrated the tools used for collecting audio data through existing survey software in online interviews, and Henk van den Heuvel (CLARIN ERIC), who described tools which can be used for analysis of survey interviews. Giovanni Borghesan (European Values Study) was the moderator of the event. 

Workshop notes: Code of Conduct for the Social Sciences and Humanities

12 April 2021

Written by Veronika Keck, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, edited by Irena Vipavc Brvar, Mathilde Steinsvåg Hansen, and Ina Nepstad

New Report Published: Delivery of user-validated Knowledge Graph, and Election Studies Analytics dashboard

07 April 2021

A new SSHOC report titled D9.9 Delivery of user-validated Knowledge Graph, and Election Studies Analytics dashboard has been published. This deliverable provides a detailed report on the efforts to build the Electoral Studies Knowledge Graph and the associated user interfaces in the SSHOC project. Additionally, a complete documentation of the implemented Dashboard is given.

 

New Report Published: Preliminary Report on User Communities' Engagement

01 April 2021

A new SSHOC report titled D2.2 Preliminary Report on User Communities' Engagement has been published. Based on the communities identified in the SSHOC project, this is the first of two deliverables that will indicate the actions taken to engage the stakeholders, and the effectiveness of the communication and promotional campaigns. 

SSHOC Webinar Notes: Best Practices for Preserving Oral Archives

01 April 2021

Oral sources are extremely fragile, but valuable research objects that are worth preserving. However, this often proves much more demanding than preserving other historical sources, such as artefacts or written documents, since their preservation relies on specialised infrastructure.

New Report Published: Second Annual Progress & Activity Report

25 March 2021

A new report D1.4 Second Annual Progress & Activity Report explains all the progress done and the status of work in the second year of the SSHOC project, year 2020.

Social Media Data: GDPR and Ethics

23 March 2021
Do you work with social media data? Are you interested in research about online communication or about users’ behavior and opinions?

While usage of social media data for research across academic disciplines is growing, a lot of questions are arising about research methods, and potential standards, e.g., representativeness and reproducibility.

SSHOC Launches Interview Series

22 March 2021

SSHOC has published the first in an ongoing series of one-on-one interviews with users from the SSH Community.

New Report Published: International Data Use Agreements

21 March 2021

A new report D5.9 Framework and contract for international data use agreements on remote access to confidential data provides guidelines for cross-national exchange of confidential data.

Update from SSHOC Certification Support

16 March 2021

The journey to CoreTrustSeal certification has begun for the fourteen data repositories selected through an open call in 2020 to receive support from SSHOC.

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