4 October | The goal of this event is to show trainers the tools they need to teach the fundamentals of data anonymisation and disclosure control in training sessions while also giving them hands-on experience with current open source technologies (sdcMicro).

10 October 2022 | Get all your questions answered during Open Hour for the SSH community. A live Q&A every Monday morning.

The full-day workshop is a training event for new(ish) staff members. It's targeted mainly at new employees in data archives to introduce the different chapters of the CESSDA Data Archiving Guide (DAG). The workshop has a hands-on and practical character. People generally interested in the DAG are welcome as well.

31 October | Increasingly, data is being collected using sensors, for example via an app on a mobile phone or a wearable. These sensors record data on, among other things, movement behaviour, body functioning (movement, sleep, etc.) and internet use (search behaviour, information use, etc.). Much of this data was requested in questionnaires not so long ago. Because respondents find it difficult to answer these questions, this did not always lead to good observations. Sensor data make it possible to accurately capture actual behaviour. What does this mean for the surveys we conduct? Will it make survey research different, better or perhaps redundant? During this afternoon, we will consider the applications of sensor data in surveys. Various sensors will be discussed. This training will be in Dutch.

3 November | The ODISSEI Conference for Social Science in the Netherlands seeks to bring together a community of computational social scientists to discuss data, methods, infrastructure, ethics and theoretical work related to digital and computational approaches in social science research. The Conference will be held in English with keynotes from Frauke Kreuter and Matthew Salganik.

3 November | The 'DARIAH Innovation Forum #2 in Dublin: Bringing Together DARIAH and the Industries' will focus on the question of how a research infrastructure such as DARIAH can play a greater role in facilitating the arts and humanities to have groundbreaking impact on technological development, creating truly human-centred innovation and policy, and an ethical and engaging marketplace for culture. The event will feature panel presentations from major multinational industry players, including Ernst and Young and ReD Associates, creative and cultural SMEs such as Noho and Kinzen, forward-thinking academic projects such as the Cassandra Project and the Human + Programme, and recognised arts and culture incubators and facilitators such as Gluon, IMEC and i2CAT. The forum will be held in English.

17 November | Qualitative data, which frequently appears in narrative form, is used in many fields of research, but its sharing and reuse is limited due to privacy, confidentiality and ethical reasons. This webinar will highlight two projects that facilitate the sharing and reuse of qualitative data. The webinar will be held in English.

This in-person event revolves around the central theme: Reusing data to advance science, showcasing inspirational examples and bringing together communities.