Access Policies and Licensing for Archives and Repositories

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  • 1. Access Policies and Licensing forArchives and RepositoriesLaurence HortonGESIS – Leibniz Institute for theSocial SciencesThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
  • 2. WelcomeVälkomnaHerzlich willkommenBienvenidosVelkommenWelkomTervetuloaVelkommenBenvenuti/BenvenuteTere tulemast
  • 3. DASISH• Introducing DASISH• Who we are• What we are working on• How we fit into DASISH• Our milestones• Introducing our first training module andworkshop
  • 4. ESFRICollaboration between five social science and humanities EuropeanStrategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRIs)Moving towards becoming legal infrastructure entities:European Research Infrastructure Consortia (ERIC’s)CESSDA – Council of European SocialScience Data ArchivesCLARIN – Common Language Resourcesand Technology InfrastructureDARIAH – Digital Research Infrastructure forthe Arts and HumanitiesESS – European Social SurveySHARE – Survey of Health, Ageing andRetirement in Europe
  • 5. DASISH• European Commission funded FP7 Infrastructuresproject• Funded for 36 months• Duration: 1 January 2012-31 December 2014
  • 6. DASISH Consortium
  • 7. Objectives and focusObjectives• DASISH brings together social science and humanities ESFRIinfrastructures• Focusing on common activities across disciplines and infrastructures• Provide solutions to common problemsFocus• Data quality in the production of primary data in the social sciences• Continuous data enrichment and research discipline specific workflows• Digital preservation techniques, particularly access to and persistentavailability of data through networks of community based solutions• Legal and ethics activities related to research
  • 8. DASISH WP7• Education and training– To establish joint domain for training andeducation– Inspire new research approaches usinginfrastructures– Discuss the role of infrastructures inmethodologies
  • 9. WP7 StructureEducation and trainingTraining modules Workshop program• University of Göttingen*• Austrian Academy of Sciences• King’s College London• Max Planck Institute for Social Law andSocial Policy• Norwegian Social Science DataServices• University of Bergen• GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the SocialSciences*• Austrian Academy of Sciences• King’s College London• Max Planck Institute for Social Law andSocial Policy• Norwegian Social Science Data Services• University of Göttingen
  • 10. LinksWP4Data ArchivingWP3Data QualityWP5Data SharingWP7EducationandTrainingWP2ArchitectureWP1ManagementWP6Legal and EthicsWP8Dissemination
  • 11. WP7 Milestones2012 20152013 2014M15: FirstworkshopM12: FirstmodulePresenting workshops at significant SSHconferencesDeveloping and releasing trainingmodules
  • 12. Topics• Access policies and licensing for archivesand repositories.• Persistant Identifiers• Access and authentication
  • 13. First training workshop• Access Policies and Licensing for Archives andRepositories @ IASSIST 2013.– Laurence Horton (CESSDA)– Anje Müller Gjesdal and Gunn Inger (CLARIN)– Matteo Romanello (DARIAH)– Trond Kvamme (ESS)– Eric Balster (SHARE)– Claudia Engelhardt and Timo Gndat (Training module)
  • 14. Questions?TackVielen DankMuchas graciasMange takDank u welKiitosMange TakkGrazieTänan teid vägaThank you