IASSIST 2018

Once Upon A Data Point: Sustaining our data storytellers

Host city: Montreal

Dates: May 29-June 1, 2018

Program

2018-05-29: Workshops
W1: Become an Excel Expert and Dazzle with Data
Julie Marcoux (Dalhousie University)

W2: Mixing GIS and Text Analytics for Better Analysis and Results
Normand Peladeau (Provalis Research)

W3: Working with Messy Data in OpenRefine
Kelly Schultz (University of Toronto)
Leanne Trimble (University of Toronto)

W4: Data Storytelling with PolicyMap across Disciplines
Lisa DeLuca (Seton Hall University)
Katie Wissel (Seton Hall University)
Elizabeth Nash (PolicyMap)

W5: Finding, Analyzing, and Understanding Polling from the Roper Center
Kathleen Weldon (Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)

W6: Collecting and Processing of Survey Data using the Open Data Kit (ODK) eSurvey Software
Peter Smyth (University of Manchester)

W7: Processing Lidar Data using ArcGIS
Gerald Romme (University of Toronto)

W8: Supporting Data Storytellers with Fedora
David Wilcox (DuraSpace)

W9: Data Literacy for All, with R
Ryan Womack (Rutgers University)

W10: Host Your Own Digital Repository Without Installing Any Software
Abay Israel (ICPSR)
Harshakumar Ummerpillai (ICPSR)

2018-05-30: Plenaries
Data Journalism: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Data Science and Storytelling
Roberto Rocha (CBC)

Plenary 1: Data journalism: Dispatches from the frontiers of data science and storytelling
Roberto Rocha (CBC)

Plenary 2: Cybercartography and inclusion: The Residential Schools Land Memory Mapping Project
Stephanie Pyne (Carleton University)

2018-05-30: A1: Infrastructure for Geospatial Data Discovery and Reuse
One store has all? The backend story of managing geospatial information toward an easy discovery
Nicole Kong (Purdue University)

Building a historical (20th-century) Mongolian GIS database
Susan Powell (University of California, Berkeley)

La refonte de Géoindex+: Vers une plateforme partagée porteuse d’histoires
Stefano Biondo (Universite Laval)

2018-05-30: A2: New Frontiers in Library Services
Gamification and fake news: A thriller about the challenges of developing an in-house quiz app
Cristina Magder (UK Data Service)

Helping researchers utilize virtual reality (VR) for data visualization
Madeline Wrable (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

New approaches to instruction: Programming language instruction in academic libraries
Lori Bruckner (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Amanda Henley (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Joel Herndon (Duke University)
Jeremiah Trinidad-Christensen (Columbia University)

2018-05-30: A3: Road Maps for RDM Services: What Next?
Scaling up RDM services at Duke University: Where we are now, what we have learned, and where we are going
Jennifer Darragh (Duke University)
Sophia Lafferty-Hess (Duke University)

CARL Portage: The RDM journey continues...
Jeff Moon (Canadian Association of Research Libraries Portage Network)
Shahira Khair (Canadian Association of Research Libraries Portage Network)
Lee Wilson (Canadian Association of Research Libraries Portage Network/ACE-NET)

RDM roadmap to the future, Or, Lords and Ladies of the data
Robin Rice (University of Edinburgh)

Implementing new data management and curation services at the University of Arizona (UA): Lessons learned from the UA data management and data curation pilot
Christine Kollen (University of Arizona)

2018-05-30: A4: Next Generation Data Access
Breaking the wall: Building an infrastructure to enable multi-disciplinary analyses for social sciences and the Internet of Things (IoT)
Darren Bell (University of Essex)

Census program data viewer, 2016 Census
Glen Hohlmann (Statistics Canada)
David Price (Statistics Canada)

Providing high quality data and metadata through the ExploreData search portal
Julia Hermann (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Christina Eder (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Wolfgang Zenk-Moltgen (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)

Roper Center: Where are we now? Where are we going?
Tim Parsons (Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)

2018-05-30: A5: Tales of Improving and Implementing Metadata
Metadata Improvements on historical polling at the Roper Center
Kathleen Weldon (Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)
William Block (Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER))

How the Euro Question Bank project makes survey questions available to the social sciences
Seyedeh Azadeh Mahmoud Hashemi (GESIS: Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Wolfgang Zenk-Moeltgen (GESIS: Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Alexander Muehlbauer (GESIS: Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Esra Akdeniz (GESIS: Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

An evaluation of a metamodel for documenting data transformations in the ALPHA Network
Chifundo Kanjala (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Jay Greenfield (Consultant)
David Beckles (Consultant)
Basia Zaba (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)

Building a repository for record linkage
Susan Hautaniemi Leonard (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Abay Israel (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Margaret Levenstein (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Trent Alexander (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

2018-05-30: B1: Data and Social Justice
Measuring the wage gap: Building a metadata registry for national gender equality indicators
Samuel Spencer (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation/Aristotle Metadata Enterprise)

Calls to action: How map and data professionals can participate in the truth and reconciliation process
Rosa Orlandini (York University)

Connection of curation and metrics in telling the stories of unique data sets: Two specific case studies
Lily Troia (Altmetric)
Dan Valen (Figshare)

The moral of the story: Assessing the social value of data services
Cameron Tuai (Drake University)

2018-05-30: B2: Transparency and Accountability
The role of data supplements in reproducibility: Curation challenges
Courtney Butler (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City)
Christina Kulp (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City)

Scientific prognostication: The challenges of pre-registering research studies
Thomas Lindsay (University of Minnesota)
Alicia Hofelich Mohr (University of Minnesota)

Transparency in practice: Testing annotation for transparent inquiry (ATI)
Colin Elman (Qualitative Data Repository)
Sebastian Karcher (Qualitative Data Repository)

Bringing documentation, live code and data together using Jupyter Notebooks
Harsha Ummerpillia (ICPSR)
Thomas Murphy (ICPSR)

2018-05-30: B3: Data Visualization
My first year as a data visualization librarian: Challenges and opportunities
Kelly Schultz (University of Toronto)

From paper map to geospatial vector layer: Demystifying the process
Peter Peller (University of Calgary)

The state of data visualization support in libraries
Angela Zoss (Duke University)
Andy Rutkowski (University of Southern California)
Justin Joque (University of Michigan)

2018-05-30: B4: Improving Data Curation Workflows
Caring for sharing: Improving self-deposit repository publishing systems
Anca Daniela Vlad (UK Data Archive)

FORSbase: Implementing the fair principles for social science data archives
Stefan Buerli (Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)

Facilitating research data access – supporting data management and curation with community driven solutions
Wolfgang Zenk-Moltgen (GESIS Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Monika Linne (ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics)
Jonas Recker (GESIS Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)

Optimizing data ingest: Experiences from ICPSR
Jared Lyle (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Abay Israel (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Justin Noble (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

2018-05-30: B5: C2 Metadata: Automating the Capture of Data Transformations from Scripts for Statistical Packages
C²Metadata: Automating the capture of data transformations from scripts for statistical packages
George Alter (University of Michigan)
Jeremy Iverson (Colectica)
Dan Smith (Colectica)
Ornulf Risnes (Norwegian Centre for Research Data)
Pascal Heus, Jack Gager, Carson Hunter (Metadata Technology North America)
Sanda Ionescu (University of Michigan)
Jie Song (University of Michigan)

2018-05-30: C1: Tellling the Tale of a Collaborative Geospatial Data Discovery Tool
elling the tale of a collaborative geospatial data discovery tool: Harmonizing metadata, investigating usability, and ensuring sustainability
Kathleen Weessies (Michigan State University)
Amanda Tickner (Michigan State University)
Tim Kiser (Michigan State University)
Nicole Smeltekop (Michigan State University)

2018-05-30: C2: Enhancing Data Discovery Through the Lens of User Experience
Improving discovery at the UK Data Service: A systematic UX journey
Jeannine Beeken (UK Data Service)
Katherine McNeill (Harvard University)

Data stories from 100 year old Finland: Lessons from FSD user survey 2017
Eliisa Haapaa (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)
Hannele Keckman-Koivuniemi (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)
Henri Ala-Lahti (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)
Seppo Antikainen (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)
Tuomas J. Alatera (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)

Cognitive testing of BLS taxonomy
Daniel Gillman (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor)
Daniel Chow (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor)
Jean Fox (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor)
Ronald Johnson (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor)
Brandon Kopp (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor)
Karen Kosanovich (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor)
William Mockovak; Jesus Ranon; Garrett Schmitt; Thomas Tedone; Clayton Waring (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor)

2018-05-30: C3: Putting the CURATE Model in Practice: Training for Data Curation
Putting the CURATE model in practice: Training for data curation
Wendy Kozlowski (Cornell University)
Jennifer Moore (Washington University, St. Louis)
Mara Blake (Johns Hopkins University)

2018-05-30: C4: DDI: Current Products, Future Developments, and Strategic Directions
DDI: Current products, future developments, and strategic directions
Joachim Wackerow (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Barry Radler (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Wendy Thomas (Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota)
Jay Greenfield (Independent Consultant)
Steven McEachern (Australian Data Archive)

2018-05-30: Posters and Demonstrations
Mapping the clinical narrative: Using ArcGIS tools in health education
Alexandra Williams (Frontier Nursing University)
James White (RetroFit Labs)

From literacy to acumen: Opportunities for librarians in undergraduate data science education
Sarah Young (Carnegie Mellon University)

Data ever after: Tackling data reference questions at the library
Alicia Kubas (University of Minnesota)
Jenny McBurney (University of Minnesota)

Deposit, curate, publish, repeat: Developing a workflow for research data in the Duke Digital Repository
Sophia Lafferty-Hess (Duke University)
Jennifer Darragh (Duke University)
Moira Downey (Duke University)
Susan Ivey (Duke University)
Mara Sedlins (Duke University)

Cycling infrastructure in the Ottawa-Gatineau area: A complex assemblage of data
Sylvie Lafortune (Carleton University)
Joel Rivard (University of Ottawa)

Penna - qualitative data collecting platform
Jarkko Paivarinta (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)

A pilot study towards cross-searchable social science data archive in Japan
Makoto Asaoka (Rikkyo University)
Yutaka Maeda (Rikkyo University)
Miho Funamori (National Institute of Informatics)
Masaharu Hayashi (National Institute of Informatics)
Kazutsuna Yamaji (National Institute of Informatics)

Gold (AU)DRIPSS: A decision-making framework for knowledge management
Brett Currier (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City)
Courtney Butler (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City)

Curating police shooting data in R: Letting the data speak louder than assumptions
John Bradford (Mississippi Valley State University)
Sheeji Kathuria (Mississippi State University)

Building high-quality survey data and promoting secondary analysis: Activities of the Social Survey Research Department at the Center for Social Research and Data Archives, University of Tokyo
Kenji Ishida (Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo)
Hiroshi Ishida (Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo)
Toshiyuki Shirakawa (Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo)
Satoshi Miwa (Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo)

The story of FAFL: Creating real time and up-to-date end user documentation
Lauren Eickhorst (Aristotle Metadata Enterprises)

Identifying and documenting the locations of Indian residential schools in Canada
Rosa Orlandini (York University)

An investigation into the extent to which South African repositories comply with international trust standards
Glenn Tshweu (Human Sciences Research Council)

Portage: Research Data Management made easy!
Jane Fry (Carleton University)
Shahira Khair (Canadian Association of Research Libraries Portage Network)

Supporting access to secure data: A review of procedures and practices
Christine Woods (UK Data Service)
Hersh Mann (UK Data Service)
Beate Lichtwardt (UK Data Service)

No data librarian? No problem! Designing data themed workshops without a dedicated data librarian
Kelly McCusker (Auraria Library)

The upside down of data: Honest community engagement
Thu-Mai Christian (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)
Mandy Gooch (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)

Data management planning in Canada: An overview of the Portage DMP assistant
Carol Perry (University of Guelph)
James Doiron (University of Alberta)
Carla Graebner (Simon Fraser University)
Weiwei Shi (University of Alberta)

DDIR: R package to use DDI as a personal tool for social research data analysis
Yasuto Nakano (Kwansei Gakuin University)

Education for (a) CURE: Developing a prescription for training in data curation for reproducibility
Florio Arguillas (Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research)
Thu-Mai Christian (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)
Limor Peer (Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University)

International Federation of Data Organizations (IFDO)
Jonathan Crabtree (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)

ImPACT (Infrastructure for Privacy-Assured CompuTations) integrates Dataverse
Jonathan Crabtree (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)

Data purchase program: Lessons learned
Jennifer Huck (University of Virginia)

Creating a research data inventory: How much you can get from researchers
Deng Pan (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)

Crosswalk 3.0: Extensible setup file creator
Florio Arguillas (Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research)
William Block (Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research)

Building on the rich metadata from decades of health behavior studies: The potential for common data elements (CDEs) to enhance the identification of health data across different research projects
Susan Hautaniemi Leonard (ICSPR, University of Michigan)
Vanessa Unkeless-Perez (ICSPR, University of Michigan)
Kaye Marz (ICSPR, University of Michigan)
James McNally (ICSPR, University of Michigan)
Amy Pienta (ICSPR, University of Michigan)

A sneak peek of IASSIST 2019
2019 IASSIST organizing committee (2019 IASSIST organizing committee)

The Safe Data Access Professionals (SDAP) competency framework
Carlotta Greci (The Health Foundation)
Richard Welpton (Cancer Research UK)
Arne Wolters (The Health Foundation)
Christine Woods (UK Data Archive)

Data in the library catalog: What's the story on the numeric data material type?
Carissa Phillips (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

2018-05-31: D1: Historical GIS and Telling Stories about the Past
Surfing sources from the sofa: Using the Web to research the history of a place
Peter Burnhill (Independent - formerly University of Edinburgh)

Post offices, railroads and land offices in the Canadian prairies, 1850-1900
Gustavo Velasco (Winnipeg School Division)

Mapping historical Mississauga: Uncovering the city's changing landscapes online using historical maps and digital data
Kara Handren (Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries)
Andrew Nicholson (University of Toronto)

Not just points on a map! Stories of mapping the historic Welland canals
Colleen Beard (Brock University)

2018-05-31: D2: Professional Development in Data Services for Librarians
Building a bridge among experts: Data boot camp for East Asian studies librarians at the University of Michigan, United States
Jungwon Yang (University of Michigan)

Surveying the data liberators: The Canadian academic data landscape in 2017
Alexander Cooper (Queen's University)
Elizabeth Hill (Western University)
Sandra Keys (University of Waterloo)

Professional development of academic data librarians: A Canadian example
Elizabeth Hill (Western University)
Siobhan Hanratty (University of New Brunswick)

2018-05-31: D3: Integrating Research Data Management into the Research Process
Starting with the end in mind: Data services at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Christina Kulp (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City)
Courtney Butler (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City)

A saga in sharing: The story of a young researcher's journey to share her data and the information professionals who tried to help
Sebastian Karcher (Qualitative Data Repository)
Sophia Lafferty-Hess (Duke University)

From planning to implementation: Data management in real-time research
Alexandra Stam (FORS, Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)
Brian Kleiner (FORS, Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)

2018-05-31: D4: Adventures in Data Sharing
Every dataset has a story
Sarah Rush (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
John Marcotte (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

Cat among the data: Encouraging researchers to deposit data
Jennifer Doty (Emory University)
Rob O'Reilly (Emory University)

Why should I share my data if I don't have to? Data sharing as rational choice in a public-goods game
Oliver Watterler (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Anja Perry (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)

Sensitive data support in Dataverse (DataTags)
Gustavo Durand (Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University)

2018-05-31: D5: Sharing Sensitive Data: Interpreting Legal and Policy Frameworks
Privacy and the limits of open data in South Africa
Nobubele Shozi (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research)
Anwar Vahed (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research)

Current developments in access to administrative data for research
Roxane Silberman (Centre d'Accès Sécurisé aux Données/Groupe des Ecoles Nationales d’Economie et Statistique and Centre national de la recherche scientifique)

Shifting the consensus on sharing sensitive data
Diana Kapiszewski (Qualitative Data Repository, Georgetown University)
Dessislava Kirilova (Qualitative Data Repository, Syracuse University)
Christiane Page (Qualitative Data Repository, Syracuse University)

2018-05-31: E1: Delivering GIS Services: Theory and Practice
Creating critical thinkers in Geographic Information System (GIS) workshops
Jennie Murack (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Data management best practices for geospatial storytelling
Melinda Kernik (University of Minnesota)

Map-a-thons: The Nimble Tents Toolkit approach
Andy Rutkowski (University of Southern California)
Zoe Borovsky (University of California, Los Angeles)
Yoh Dawano (University of California, Los Angeles)
Dawn Childress (University of California, Los Angeles)
Alex Gil (Columbia University)

Download free geospatial data from open government portal
Jean Pinard (Natural Resources Canada)

2018-05-31: E2: Open Data: Strategies for Sharing Government and Research Data
Where does Canada's social science research data live? An evaluation of data disposition
Peter Webster (Saint Mary's University)

Enabling cross-search across social science data archives in Japan - Initiative as part of national endeavor to establish open science infrastructure
Miho Funamori (National Institute of Informatics)
Masaharu Hayashi (National Institute of Informatics)
Kazutsuna Yamaji (National Institute of Informatics)
Makoto Asaoka (Rikkyo University)
Yutaka Maeda (Rikkyo University)
Satoshi Miwa (University of Tokyo)

Data archiving for dissemination within a Gulf nation
Brian Mandikiana (Social and Economic Survey Research Institute)
Lois Timms-Ferrara (Data Independence)
Marc Maynard (Data Independence)
David Howell (Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan)

A tale of three data portals: Open government data in U.S. states
Bonnie Paige (Colby College)

2018-05-31: E3: RDM Services: Understanding User Needs
A grassroots approach to building a holistic service model at a liberal arts institution
Samantha Guss (University of Richmond)
Ryan Brazell (University of Richmond)
Andrew Bell (University of Richmond)

Learning how to support RDM across Canada: A multi-institutional survey of health and medical researchers' RDM practices and attitudes
Francine Berish (Queen's University)
Melissa Cheung (University of Ottawa)
Alexandra Cooper (Queen's University)
Dylanne Dearborn (University of Toronto)
K-Lee Fraser (University of Alberta)
Matthew Gertler (Ryerson University)
Vincent Gray (Western University)

2018-05-31: E4: Joining Forces to Promote Research Transparency
Joining forces to promote research transparency
Harrison Dekker (University of Rhode Island (representing Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences))
Amy Riegelman (University of Minnesota)
Norm Medeiros (Harvard College (representing Project TIER))
Limor Peer (Yale University (representing Curating for Reproducibility))
Florio Arguillas (Cornell University)

2018-05-31: E5: Data Curation Tools and Infrastructure
Updating the classics: A new life for old data
Sharon Bolton (UK Data Archive)

Developing a metadata-driven Data Curation Application in Dataverse
Amber Leahey (Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries)

CESSDA DataverseEU project
Marion Wittenberg (Data Archiving and Networked Services)

Open infrastructure for research data stewardship with Fedora
David Wilcox (DuraSpace)

2018-05-31: F1: Digital Humanities: Practical Lessons
Excavating narratives: An open database of an illustrated oeuvre from Myanmar (Burma)
Yin Ker (Nanyang Technological University)
Hedren Sum (Nanyang Technological University)

How not to create a digital media scholarship platform: The history of the Sophie 2.0 project
Jasmine Kirby (Iowa State University of Science and Technology)

Curiosity's fulcrum: Leveraging the citizen historian to explore and transcribe the history of the antebellum South
Brandon Kowalski (Cornell University)

Practices of comparisons meet digital humanities
Johanna Vompras (Bielefeld University)
Madis Rumming (Bielefeld University)

2018-05-31: F2: Data Loss, Data Rescue, and Digitization
Digital assets in Arabic countries: Workflow and research tools
Michael Nashed (Library of Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina))

Preserving our electronic government information heritage
Lynda Kellam (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Roberta Sittel (University of North Texas)

Data rescue after the smoke has cleared
Reid Boehm (Johns Hopkins University)
Mara Blake (Johns Hopkins University)

Hail data! A data preservation saga
Sandra Sawchuk (Mount Saint Vincent University)
Larry Laliberte (University of Alberta)
Anna Bombak (University of Alberta)

2018-05-31: F3: Teacher, Tell Us a Data Story! Moving Toward Best Practices in Data Librarian Education
Teacher, tell us a data story! Moving toward best practices in data librarian education
Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh (Georgia State University)
Abigail Goben (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Margaret Smith (New York University)
Deena Yanofsky (Univresity of Toronto)

2018-05-31: F4: Instruction: Data Management Skills
The thrilling tales and derring-do of data librarians and digital scholarship
Heather Whipple (Brock University)

Preserving the agricultural data story at the Ontario Agricultural College
Michelle Edwards (University of Guelph)
Carol Perry (University of Guelph)

Sustaining our data through data management - it's easier than you think!
Jane Fry (Carleton University)
Carol Perry (University of Guelph)

A follow-up study on data management and data sharing training in graduate education in the social sciences
Ashley Doonan (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Evan Cosby (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

2018-06-01: G1: Collaborative Approaches to Metadata Infrastructure Development
The moments of joy and despair of the CESSDA metadata project
Mari Kleemola (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)
Kerrin Borshewski (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)

Implementing DDI lifecycle to achieve interoperability between projects at the GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences Data Archive for the Social Sciences
Esra Akdeniz (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Kerrin Borshewski (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)

German Network for Educational Research Data: Building a federated research data infrastructure for educational studies in Germany
Karoline Harzenetter (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Marcus Eisentraut (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Reiner Mauer (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Doris Bambey (German Institute for International Educational Research)
Alexia Meyermann (German Institute for International Educational Research)

2018-06-01: G2: Using Digitization and Visualising Tools to Develop Interactive Data Stories
Air photo digitization takes flight: Niagara's journey from paper to points to digital mosaics
Sharon Janzen (Brock University)

Data storytelling techniques: Presenting survey reports with hundreds pages in short time
Davaasuren Chuluunbat (Mongolian Marketing Research Organization)
Amgalanbaatar Dagdandori (Mongolian Marketing Consulting Group Company)

Using story maps for academic projects
Siobhan Hanratty (University of New Brunswick)

2018-06-01: G3: Beyond the Numbers: Building Collections of Non-Numeric Licensed Data
Beyond the numbers: building collections of non-numeric licensed data
Mara Blake (Johns Hopkins University)
Bobray Bordelon (Princeton University)
Karen Hogenboom (University of Illinois)
Laura Wrubel (George Washington University)
Joel Herndon (Duke University)

2018-06-01: G4: Challenges in Harmonizing Geospatial Metadata
Challenges in harmonizing geospatial metadata
Karen Majewicz (Univesity of Minnesota)
Andrew Battista (New York University)
Kimberley Durante (Standford University)
Taylor Hixson (New York University, Abu Dhabi)
Melinda Kernik (University of Minnesota)

2018-06-01: H1: Sharing Sensitive Data: Service-Level Approaches
Can data enablers unlock the guarded vaults?
Danielle Gomes (Administrative Data Research Network, University of Essex)
Louise Corti (UK Data Archive)

Restricting data's use: A spectrum of concerns in need of flexible approaches
Dharma Akmon (ICPSR)
Susan Jekielek (ICPSR)

The 4 Rs: Researcher credentials for replication and re-use of restricted data
Allison Tyler (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

'SDC for dummies': How to safeguard the safe release of statistics from confidential data
James Scott (UK Data Archive)
Richard Welpton (Cancer Research UK)
Arne Wolters (The Health Foundation)
Christine Woods (UK Data Archive)
Carlotta Greci (The Health Foundation)

2018-06-01: H2: Scholarly Publishing Meets Data
Research data management requirements in social and behavioral sciences academic journals
Spencer Acadia (University of Kentucky)
Abigail Goben (University of Illlinois at Chicago)

Splendor in the grass? Troubled tales of turf grass dissertation data discoverability
Terrence Bennett (The College of New Jersey)
Shawn Nicholson (Michigan State University)

Data policy implementation: Practices and perspectives from the scholarly publishing community
Mandy Gooch (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)
Thu-Mai Christian (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)

Data policies of highly ranked social science journals
Julian Gautier (Harvard University)
Sebastian Karcher (Syracuse University)
Gerard Otalora (Harvard University)
Dessislava Kirlova (Syracuse University)
Mercè Crosas (Harvard University)
Abigail Schwartz (Harvard University)

2018-06-01: H3: Instruction and Data Literacy
The myth of the data scientist: The importance of teams in providing data science support
John Cocklin (Dartmouth College)

Through time and space: Data as a narrative device
Marcela Isuster (McGill University)
Michael Groenendyk (McGill University)

(Less) naked and (less) afraid: Giving graduate students the clothes and confidence for data success
Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh (Georgia State University)

2018-06-01: H4: Preservation Challenges
Introduction to the community standards for 3D data preservation (CS3DP) project
Jennifer Moore (University of St. Louis)
Adam Rountrey (University of Michigan)
Hannah Scates Kettler (University of Iowa)

CoreTrustSeal: From academic collaboration, to sustainable services
Hervé L'Hours (UK Data Service)
Mari Klemmola (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)
Lisa de Leeuw (Data Archiving and Networked Services)

2018-06-01: Pecha Kucha
Using Mentimeter to teach data visualization
Meryl Brodsky (Eastern Michigan University)

A tour of the National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging to the rhyme of When I'm 64 by The Beatles
Kathryn Lavender (National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging, ICPSR)

Secure remote access to confidential data in France
Yacine El Bouhari (Groupe des Écoles Nationales d'Économie et Statistique/Centre d’Accès Sécurisé aux Données)

The CESSDA online expert tour guide on Data Management
Ellen Leenarts (Data Archiving and Networked Services)
Marion Wittenberg (DANS)

Mapping LGBTQ St. Louis: Stitching together histories using archival resources, community memory and GIS
Jennifer Moore (Washington University in St. Louis)

Chasing a wild goose: The quest for good data management in a Software as a Service world
Alicia Hofelich Mohr (University of Minnesota)

Disney does data: Translating the tech to expose the value
Gemma Hakins (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Cast a fishnet and you will find what you seek
Kathleen Weessies (Michigan State University)
Kasey R. Wilson (Michigan State University)

The upside down of data: Honest community engagement
Thu-Mai Christian (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)
Mandy Gooch (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)

The curse of reference rot: When Web data are here today but gone tomorrow
Peter Burnhill (Independent - ex University of Edinburgh)