IASSIST 2004

Data Futures: Building on 30 Years of Advocacy

Host city: Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Dates: May 24-28, 2004

Program

2004-05-25: Workshops
Workshop 1: Using Atlas-ti to explore qualitative data
Libby Bishop (ESDS, UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
Louise Corti (ESDS, UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Workshop 2: DDI 101: Codebook Creation for Beginners
William (Bill) Block (University of Minnesota)

Workshop 3: Using Streaming Geospatial Data Sources
Steve Morris (North Carolina State University)

Workshop 4: DDI 501: Increasing Proficiency and Efficiency with DDI
Sanda Ionescu (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
I-Lin Kuo (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

Workshop 5: STATA, SPSS, and SAS: Flavors of Statistical Software
Michelle Edwards (University of Guelph)

Workshop 6: Creating Web Based Surveys Using MySQL and PHP
Aaron K. Shrimplin (Miami University of Ohio)
Jen-chien Yu (Miami University of Ohio)

2004-05-26: Plenary I
2004-05-26: A1: The Diverse World of Digital Libraries
Multimedia Oral History Database
Zoltan Lux (Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution)

Economic Growth Center Digital Library: Creating Access to Statistical Sources Not Born Digital
Ann Green (Yale University)
Julie Linden (Yale University)

A Digital Library in a Multilingual Environment
Cor van der Meer (Fryske Akademy)

2004-05-26: A2: Pulling It All Together: Strategies in Data Preparation
Separating Our Concerns: Evaluating the Use of Apache's Cocoon Project to Efficiently Manage Data Tasks at the Minnesota Population Center
William C. Block (Minnesota Population Center)

Mixing It: Preparing Qual+Quant Data Collections for Dissemination: Experiences from the UK Data Archive
Louise Corti (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Practical Viability of Multiple Imputation as a Tool for Disclosure Protection for Large Scale Recurring Surveys
Pat Doyle (U.S. Census Bureau)

2004-05-26: A3: Collaboration among Data Providers: Strength in Numbers
Data Curation and Digital Preservation: A View from the UK (Part 12)
Peter Burnhill (EDINA National Data Centre and University Data Library)
Robin Rice (EDINA National Data Centre and University Data Library)

Archiving Historical Research Data
Hans Jorgen Marker (Dansk Data Arkiv)

2004-05-26: B1: Assessing User Needs and Data Services
Thinking Strategically: Development of a Library Data Services Plan
Katherine McNeill-Harman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Data Services Awareness and Use Survey: Assessing Secondary Data Needs at the University of Tennessee
Eleanor J. Read (University of Tennessee)

Building the Statistical Knowledge Network: A Progress Report
Carol Hert (Syracuse University)

2004-05-26: B2: Peopling the Grid: A Panel Discussion of Institutional Solutions to Data Exchange
One-Stop-Shop: UKDA Implementation of Athens
Melanie F. Wright (UK Data Archive, University of Esse)
Lucy Bell (UK Data Archive, University of Esse)

International Data Licensing: The Experience of ESDS International
Keith John Cole (MIMAS)

The CESSDA Transborder Data Agreement
Reto Hadorn (Swiss Information and Data Archive Service for the Social Sciences (SIDOS))

2004-05-26: B3: The DDI Expert Committee: Who We Are, Where We're Going, and What It Means to You
Substantive Content Group
Ilona Einowski (University of California, Berkeley)

2004-05-26: C1: Reinventing a Data Archive in the 21st Century: Process Improvement at ICPSR
2004-05-26: C2: Mapping the Past with GIS
Counting Cows and Cabbages: Web-based Extraction and Delivery of Geo-referenced Data
Stuart Macdonald (Edinburgh University Data Library)

Effort Towards a Dutch Historical Geographic Information System
Luuk Schreven (Netherlands Institute for Scientific Information Services (NIWI))

NHGIS: The Bonus Materials
Wendy Thomas (Minnesota Population Center)

2004-05-26: C3: Data Management Infrastructures: Advances in Processing and Dissemination
UIS RUSSIA Technologies for Social Sciences Research Network
Tatyana Yudina (Moscow State University, UIS RUSSIA)

New User Interface for Managing the Archiving Process in FSD
Jouni Sivonen (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)

Getting Wired: Caffeinating Microdata Production at the Minnesota Population Center with Java
Marcus Peterson (Minnesota Population Center)

2004-05-27: Plenary II
2004-05-27: D1: When Metadata Standards Meet: Issues of Language and Interoperability
Can DDI Records Be Accurately Transformed to Catalog-ready MARC 21 Format?
Harrison Dekker (University of California, Berkeley)

Laying the Groundwork for Addressing Interoperability Issues between Geo-spatial Metadata Standards, the DDI and Dublin Core
Tony Mathys (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
Kenneth Miller (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Implementing an ISO/IEC 11179-3 Metadata Repository for Labour Market Data: Building Semantics through Data Structures
Rob Grim (Institute for Labour Studies, Tilburg University)
Jeroen Hoppenbrouwers (Institute for Labour Studies, Tilburg University)

2004-05-27: D2: Privacy, Security, and Information Today
Internet Surveillance: Recent U.S. Developments
Juri Stratford (University of California, Davis)

An Empirical Examination of the Concern for Information Privacy Construct in the New Zealand Context
Ellen Rose (Institute of Information and Mathematical Sciences, Massey University)

Data Archives in the Post 9/11 World
Thomas E. Brown (National Archives and Records Administration)

2004-05-27: D3: Ensuring Data Quality: Aim High
Elementary Data Quality Elements
Karsten Boye Rasmussen (University of Southern Denmark)

Meaning and Illusion in US Economic Statistics: A Case for Education and Restricted Access to Federal Statistical Microdata on Organizations
Martin David (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

Missing Data Allocation in the IPUMS: Minnesota Allocation Techniques and Customizable Tools for Researchers
Colin Davis (Minnesota Population Center)

2004-05-27: E1: DDI in Practice
Developing the DDI and Its Applications in Taiwan
Alfred Ko-wei Hu (Center for Survey Research, Academia Sinica)

Cataloguing Individual Data Values within an On-line Visualisation System Using the DDI Aggregate Data Extension: The New Great Britain Historical GIS
Humphrey Southall (Great Britain Historical GIS Project, University of Portsmouth)

A DTD for Qualitative Data: Extending the DDI to Mark-up the Content of Non-numeric Data
Louise Corti (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
Libby Bishop (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

No Longer Lost in Translation
Kenneth Miller (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

2004-05-27: E2: Developing Statistical Literacy: Think Globally, Work Locally
Do It Yourselves: A Peer-to-peer Approach to Professional Training
Wendy Watkins (Carleton University)

Data Librarians/Archivists Should Teach Statistical Literacy as Part of Information Literacy
Milo Schield (W. M. Keck Statistical Literacy Project, Augsburg College)

Understanding and Using Data: A Discussion of the Jargon and Trends in Quantitative Literacy
Paula Lackie (Carleton College)

2004-05-28: Plenary III
2004-05-28: F1: Building an International Network of Asian Social Science Research Data
Building an International Data Network for China Studies
Shuming Bao (China Data Center, University of Michigan)

Building an International Data Network for China Studies
Shuming Bao (China Data Center, University of Michigan)

The Development of a Survey Data Archive in Taiwan
Alfred Ko-wei Hu (Center for Survey Research, Academia Sinica)

2004-05-28: F2: Helping Increase Statistical Literacy at Universities: Some Perspectives
The Challenges of Integrating Data Literacy into the Curriculum in an Undergraduate Institution
Karen Hunt (University of Winnipeg)

A Model for Providing Statistical Consulting Services in a University Library Setting
Daniel Edelstein (Princeton University)
Kristi Thompson (Princeton University)

Filling the Gap: Doing Stats in the Library
Susan Czarnocki (McGill University)

2004-05-28: F3: Facilitating Data Access and Analysis
Delivering the World: The Establishment of an International Data Service
Susan Noble (MIMAS, Manchester Computing, University of Manchester)

Integrated Online Analysis: Evaluating NESSTAR and SDA
Marc Maynard (The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut)

Responding to Digital Data Needs: The DEWI System
Ron Nakao (Stanford University Libraries)
Chris Bourg (Stanford University Libraries)

2004-05-28: G1: New Avenues for Data Dissemination
The Dutch Social Science Question Bank
Marion Wittenberg (NIWI / Steinmetz Archive)
Helga van Gelder (NIWI / Steinmetz Archive)

Grid Technologies for Social Science: The SAMD Project
Celia Russell (MIMAS, Manchester Computing, University of Manchester)
Keith Cole (MIMAS, Manchester Computing, University of Manchester)
M.A.S. Jones (MIMAS, Manchester Computing, University of Manchester)
S.M. Pickles (MIMAS, Manchester Computing, University of Manchester)
M. Riding (MIMAS, Manchester Computing, University of Manchester)
K. Roy (MIMAS, Manchester Computing, University of Manchester)

MADIERA: A European Infrastructure for Web-based Data Dissemination: An Overview
Atle Alvheim (Norwegian Social Science Data Services)

2004-05-28: G2: Three Studies with Numeric and Geospatial Data in Asia - the Case of China, Vietnam and Korea
Historical Geodata for Pre-Modern China - A Case Study of the CHGIS Project
Merrick Lex Berman (China Historical Geographic Information System, Harvard Yenching Institute)

Report on the Recent Stay as a Fulbright Scholar in Vietnam
Daniel Tsang (University of California-Irvine)

Quantitative and Geospatial Social Science Data in Korea
Mary J. Lee (Laboratory for Social Research, University of Notre Dame)

2004-05-28: G3: Enhancing the Research Experience for Data Users
Pointers for Secondary Analysis of Public Opinion Data
Lois Timms-Ferrara (The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut)

Reconceptualizing Statistical Abstracts in the 21st Century: An Empirical Study of the Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
Carol Hert (Syracuse University)
Lydia Harris (University of Washington)

Research in ICTs and Political Behavior: What We Know and Don't Know About Technology and Political Life
Alice Robbin (Indiana University Bloomington)
Christina Courtright (Indiana University Bloomington)
Leah Davis (Indiana University Bloomington)