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CESSDA ERIC Persistent Identifier Policy Best Practice Guidelines

Brigitte Hausstein, Kerrin Borschewski, Birger Jerlehag, René Van Horik & Lilian Van Der Vaart
"This document contains guidelines for the implementation of the CESSDA Persistent Identifier Policy Principles. These guidelines address all CESSDA Service Providers (SP). This information is aimed at supporting CESSDA SP to implement the use of global Persistent Identifiers (PID) and to assess the consequences for their organisation." (Introduction, p. 3)

Access policies and usage regulations: licenses

Gry Henriksen & Sondre S. Arnesen
The webinar aimed to look into why it is important that research data are provided with licenses. The webinar consisted of the following sections: - Who benefits from sharing research data? - Challenges of preserving and sharing research data - What is a license? - CESSDA Archives licenses - A licensing agreement - The End User License - Creative Commons - Creative Commons Licenses - Creative Commons License Generator

CESSDA SaW Case Study on Using Benefit and Cost Tools

Finnish Social Science Data Archive
CESSDA SaW Cost-Benefit Advocacy Toolkit

CESSDA SaW D4.4: Report on DSA Certification for CESSDA

Heiko Tjalsma, Hervé L'Hours, Mari Kleemola, Natascha Schumann & Janez Štebe
The two key issues covered by task 4.3 of the SaW project were: 1. Provide support, assistance and monitoring of progress by all CESSDA Service Providers (SPs) towards compliance with Trustworthy Digital Repository (TDR) requirements, by undertaking CESSDA-internal peer review of self-assessments against the CoreTrustSeal (formerly Data Seal of Approval-DSA) 2. Map related concepts between the CESSDA Annex II obligations and the TDR requirements The work on these two issues, carried out during the SaW...

CESSDA SaW D5.1: Benchmarking report, including an action plan for improvements on an inter - consortium and individual archive level

Iris Alfredsson, Birger Jerlehag, Ilse Lace & Ivana Ilijasic Versic
The aim of D5.1 is to benchmark, using a set of indicators produced in D3.1 and serving as the basis for a comparison between CESSDA and an “industry best” or “gold standard” organisation. The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is taken as the gold standard and has been used as a benchmark organisation for CESSDA. D5.1 contains analysis of differences and a breakdown of actions that should be taken to bring CESSDA...

CESSDA SaW D2.1: Knowledge-Sharing Platform Forum Report

Iris Alfredsson, Birger Jerlehag, Irena Vipavc Brvar, Sonja Bezjak, Eleanor Smith & Jonas Recker
This report presents results of Task 2.1 "Virtual Stakeholders' Forum" – an online survey carried out among CESSDA SaW members to learn more about their needs and demands concerning the CESSDA Knowledge Platform to be built as part of this task. The survey, which was completed by 47 respondents, focused on desired content and functionality of the platform. Its results inform the Platform Content and Management Policy (D2.2).

CESSDA SaW D3.6: Final integrated audit report

Janez Štebe, Marijana Glavica, Brian Kleiner, Christina Bornatici, Aleksandar Zdravković, Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović, Trond Kvamme, Vigdis Kvalheim, Ilse Lace & Veerle Van Den Eynden
This is a follow-up of D3.2. The focus is on identifying what development steps can be proposed to tackle the obstacles in the way of achieving the widened and strengthened CESSDA ERIC. The maturity of data archive service (DAS) in most European countries was audited. The analysis contains elements of the wider data sharing ecosystem.

CESSDA SaW D4.1: “Trust” workshops report

Heiko Tjalsma, Hervé L'Hours, Mari Kleemola, Natascha Schumann & Janez Štebe
This deliverable contains the report of the two “Trust” workshops as well of that of a preceding “CESSDA Expert Seminar”. These workshops were held as part of task 4.3 of the CESSDA SaW project plan (“Development Support: achieving the Data Seal of Approval”) in 2016 and 2017.

CESSDA SaW Costs Factsheet

Charles Beagrie Ltd
CESSDA SaW Cost-Benefit Advocacy Toolkit

CESSDA SaW Case Study on Toolkit Advocacy Focus Groups

Lithuanian Data Archive For Humanities And Social Sciences
CESSDA SaW Cost-Benefit Advocacy Toolkit

CESSDA SaW D2.2: Knowledge-Sharing Platform Content and Management Policy

Sonja Bezjak, Irena Vipavc Brvar, Jonas Recker, Iris Alfredsson, Birger Jerlehag & Jean-Baptiste Milon
Building on the results of the Virtual Stakeholder’s Forum (D2.1), this report details how the content and functionality of the CESSDA Knowledge-Sharing Platform will be developed, and describes how it will be run, managed and maintained post-project

CESSDA SaW D2.4: Stakeholder workshop report 2

Federico Zemborain, Claudia Oliveira & Jean-Baptiste Milon
This report provides information on the 3rd CESSDA SaW workshop aimed at establishing an informal collaborative network between current CESSDA members and potential partner countries on “Widening the European infrastructure of social science data archives”. The event was held in Lisbon, Portugal, on the 3rd and the 4th of May 2017. It highlighted the financial, research and societal benefits of establishing national data services. Presented current initiatives and models for data archives, and assisted countries...

CESSDA SaW D2.5: Stakeholder workshop report 3

Federico Zemborain, Jean-Baptiste Milon & John Shepherdson
This report provides information about the 2nd SaW project workshop aiming at the current members and Service Providers within the CESSDA consortium on “Trust and Technical Aspects within the CESSDA infrastructure” held in Zagreb, Croatia on March 1st and 2nd, 2017. The aim of the workshop was to disseminate progress and gather new input on DSA certification among CESSDA Service Providers, as well as to inform about the work in the development package (WP4), with...

CESSDA SaW D4.3: Overview of Data Management Policies in Social Science Data Archives

Trond Kvamme, Mari Kleemola, Janez Štebe & Sibyl Krügel
The CESSDA Data Management Policy Framework presented in this report consists of a set of policy components and clauses that provide the foundations and organisational arrangements for designing, implementing, monitoring, reviewing and improving Data Management processes throughout the organisations whose main objective is to preserve and provide access to digital research data. Although the framework is primarily aimed at CESSDA service providers and social science data archives, it is general in scope and design and...

CESSDA ERIC Persistent Identifier Policy

Brigitte Hausstein, Kerrin Borschewski, Birger Jerlehag, René Van Horik & Lilian Van Der Vaart
"The CESSDA ERIC Persistent Identifier Policy is intended to support the aims of locating, discovering, referencing, identifying and citing CESSDA SP data holdings. It serves as a basis for a common approach to the use of Persistent Identifier services across the CESSDA SP. The policy contains requirements regarding the use of Persistent Identifiers to which the CESSDA SP must adhere to. The principles of the PID Policy are aligned with the CESSDA ERIC Statutes and...

CESSDA SaW D3.5: Report on the state-of-the-art, obstacles, models and roadmaps for widening the data perimeter of the data services

Dimitra Kondyli, Georges Fragoulis, Apostolis Linardis, Nathalie Paton, Federico Zemborain, Pedro Moura Ferreira, Claudia Oliveira, Bárbara Rodrigues, Tomáš Čížek, Jindrich Krejci, Janez Štebe, Irena Vipavc Brvar, Irene Bolko, Martin Brandhagen, David Hall, Louise Corti, Stuart McDonald & Veerle Van Den Eynden
The task reviewed the state of play regarding specific data domains (data provided by academia, official statistics including administrative data, historical, health data and big data that means existing and emerging data types. Experiences and best practices are presented in this report with the objective of providing a practical roadmap, given that widening of CESSDA needs to address new data sources and new actors.

CESSDA SaW Benefits Factsheet

Charles Beagrie Ltd
CESSDA SaW Cost-Benefit Advocacy Toolkit

CESSDA SaW D3.3: Guide for national planning for setting up new data services

Christina Bornatici, Brian Kleiner, Trond Kvamme, Vigdis Kvalheim, Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović & Marijana Glavica
This guide aims to assist interested actors or country teams in developing plans for establishing national data services in the social sciences. The guide helps country teams to include in their plans a mission statement, a governance structure, a description of areas of competence and infrastructure that need to be strengthened, as well as a description of future needs and necessary resources for setting up and maintaining viable data services.

CESSDA SaW D4.5: Provision of development support services on the basis of identified demand

Mike Priddy, Marion Wittenberg, Vyascheslav Tykhonov, Maja Dolinar, Irena Vipavc Brvar, Jindrich Krejci, Toni Sissala, Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović, Goran Gicić, Alen Vodopijevec, Trond Kvamme & Peter Hegedus
The objective of this task is to establish the conditions for creating new or reinforcing existing social science data services. The task will establish the needs for the provisioning of development support services for new and existing CESSDA Service Providers. Seven pilot studies of Service Provider to Service Provider support services are described that match categories of support activities and services defined. Conclusions are drawn from these studies with respect to the value of development...

CESSDA SaW D2.3: Stakeholder workshop report 1

Nathalie Paton, Jean-Baptiste Milon, Ivana Ilijasic Versic, Peter Hegedus, Mike Priddy, Heiko Tjalsma & Neil Beagrie
Report on the “Training on Trust, Identifying Demand & Networking” workshop held in The Hague, Netherlands, on June 15th and 16th, 2016 in respect with the organizational process behind the setup of this workshop as well as the outcomes of this preparation, and outline of all sessions during 2 days.

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