IASSIST 2001

IASSIST 2001-A data odyssey: collaborative working in the social science cyber space

Host city: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Dates: May 15-18, 2001

Program

2001-05-15: Workshops
Creating DDI compliant codebooks
Wendy Thomas (University of Minnesota)
Bill Block, University of Minnesota (University of Minnesota)

2001-05-16: Plenary A0: Inter- and Intra- National Archives in the New Millenium: Issues, Strategies and Models
Data Disclosure
Kevin Schurer (University of Essex, UK Data Archive)

2001-05-16: Session B2: Implementing the DDI 1
Learning NESSTAR
Mari Kleemola (University Tampere, Finnish Social Science Data Archive)

NESSTAR - the data archive perspective
Margaret Ward (University of Essex, UK Data Archive)

Leveraging Gains in Metadata-based Knowledge Management and Data Access Systems: The DAIS NESSTAR Project
Bill Bradley (Health Canada)
Simon Musgrave (UK Data Archive University of Essex)
Jostein Ryssevik (Norwegian Social Science Data Services)

2001-05-16: Session C2: Implementing the DDI 2
Applications in the Real World - the Counting California experience with the DDI
Juri Stratford (UC Davis)
Ilona Einowski (UC Berkeley)

2001-05-16: Session C3: Digital Archiving
Archiving Digital Academic heritage (ADA)
Heiko Tjalsma (NIWI, Netherlands Historical Data Archive)

EU initiatives in the digital document management and archiving area
Concha Fernandez de la Puente (European Commission, DG Information Society, Cultural Heritage Applications)

2001-05-16: Session D1: Networking and Infrastructure
From data graveyeards to knowledge greenhouses
Jostein Ryssevik (Norwegian Social Science Data Services)
Simon Musgrave (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

2001-05-16: Session D2: Metadata Systems
The Meta Information System of the Social and Cultural Planning Office (MISS)
Patty Adelaar (Dutch Social and Cultural Planning Office)

ISSP DataWizard - Computer Assisted Merging and Archiving of Distributed International Comparative Data
Rolf Uher (Zentralarchiv für Empirische Sozialforschung)

2001-05-16: Session D3: Tools for Data Services
Se busca: the perfect language. Limber as a 'metaboundary' tool
Myriam Garcia Bernabe (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

MISSION (Multi-Agent Integration of Shared Statistical Information Over the [inter]Net)
Joanne Lamb (CES, University of Edinburgh)

2001-05-17: Session F1: DDI-needs
The DDI: Striking a balance to meet the needs of the data community
Wendy L. Thomas (Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota)

Tabular Data in DDI 1.1
Emiel Kaper (Statistics Netherlands)

2001-05-17: Session F2: Data Disclosure
Statistical Disclosure Control of Microdata at Statistics Netherlands
Ardo van den Hout (Statistics Netherlands)

2001-05-17: Session F3: Qualitative Data
A Discussion of Validity in Qualitative Research
Anne Sofie Fink (Danish Data Archive)

From the Field to the Net: Cataloguing and Digitising Cultural Research Material
Tiina Mahlamäki (University of Turku)

The DDI and qualitative data
Arja Kuula (University Tampere, Finnish Social Science Data Archive)

2001-05-17: Session G1: New Archives (Forum)
How to take advantage of existing information about studies when populating a new data archive: the ADP's experience
Janez Štebe (ADP Social Science Data Archive, University of Ljubljana)
Irena Vipavc (ADP Social Science Data Archive, University of Ljubljana)

2001-05-17: Session H0: Poster Sessions
The Africa Household Survey Databank: experiences in data collection, archiving and dissemination in developing countries
Antoine Simonpietri (World Bank)
Pascal Heus (World Bank)

New developments at the EDINA UK datacentre
Barbara Morris (Data Library, University of Edinburgh)

2001-05-18: Session J1: Learning & Teaching
Data Support for Learning and Teaching: the Final Frontier?
Robin Rice (Edinburgh University, Data Library)

Collaborative working in UK learning and teaching/development projects
Moira Massey (University of Edinburgh, Data Library)
David Medyckyj-Scott (University of Edinburgh, Data Library)

The Virtual Training Suite: Internet Skills for Learning and Teaching
Heather Dawson (BLPES/SOSIG)

Promoting effective learning through a data partnership
Andrew J. Beharrell (Institute for Learning and Research Technology, University of Bristol)
Andrew Hargrave (Institute for Learning and Research Technology, University of Bristol)

2001-05-18: Session J2: Geo-Data
Dealing with Macrodata - The Case of Regional Statistics
Michal Peleg (Israel Social Science Data Center, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

2001-05-18: Session J3: Aggregate Data & Internet (Data)
Accessing OECD publications has never been easier
James Kitchen (Marketing Consultant, OECD)

Delivering Unique Numeric Data on the Web: Projects, Platforms and Preservation
Ronald C. Jantz (Rutgers University)

Globalization of information highways and the need for new forms of webdata and metadata
Dusan Soltes (Faculty of Management, Comenius University)

2001-05-18: Session K2: IASSIST
IASSIST COLLABORATION EFFORTS IN AFRICA: Finding solutions to the challenges of international collaborative initiatives in the African Region
Julia Paris (Technikon Witwatersrand)

Professional associations in transition to virutal communties for collaboration: the case of IASSIST (Part 1)
Repke de Vries (NIWI)

Professional associations in transition to virutal communties for collaboration: the case of IASSIST (Part 2)
Karsten Boye Rasmussen (University of Southern Denmark)

2001-05-18: Session K3: DDI-Tables
CRISTAL Data Objects. An Object Model For Cubic, Raw, or Intermediate STatisticAL data
Emiel Kaper (Statistics Netherlands)

Using DDI Extensions as Intermediary for Data Storage and Data Display
Patricia Cruse (California Digital Library, University of California)
Marsha Fanshier (California Digital Library, University of California)
Fredric Gey (California Digital Library, University of California)
Margaret Low (California Digital Library, University of California)

Describing Aggregate Data: The Enigma Variations
Wendy L. Thomas (Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota)