IASSIST 2022

IASSIST 2022: Data by Design: Building a Sustainable Data Culture

Host city: Gothenburg

Host: Swedish National Data Service (SND)

Dates: June 7-10, 2022

Ordinal: 47

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Program

Plenaries

Key Note 1: FAIR Everywhere?
Niklas Blomberg (ELIXIR Europe)

Key Note 2: Administrative Data Research UK: The journey so far
Emma Gordon (ADR UK)

Session A1

Data Skills Pathway: Planning a curriculum of free interactive self-learning materials
Sarah King-Hele (UK Data Service, University of Manchester)

Who is counted? The Census of Canada and ethno-racial and Indigenous identities
Kevin Manuel (Ryerson University)
Rosa Orlandini (York University)
Alex Cooper (Queen's University)

Building a Local Community of Practice
Alexandrea Glenn (University of Florida)
Emily Mann (University of South Florida)

Developing an undergraduate course in critical data literacy to advance new college learning outcomes
Amelia Kallaher (Cornell University)

Session A2

(Virtual) - DATABOOK: a standardised framework for dynamic documentation of algorithm design during Data Science projects
Anna Nesvijevskaia (DICEN IDF / QUINTEN)

(Virtual) - Better ask the right questions: Leveraging fielded surveys for future research.
Thomas Krämer (GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Managing the grant output contribution process from lab to repository
Juliane Schneider (Sage Bionetworks)

(Virtual) - Experiences with converting DDI among versions using DDI-FlatDB
Claus-Peter Klas (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Session A3

(Virtual) - Designing Inclusive Research Data Management Practices with Intentionality to Reduce Invisibility and Promote Equity across the Research Data Lifecycle for Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) People
Berenica Vejvoda (University of Windsor)

(Virtual) - Mapping by Design: Learning from the Zaria mapping project.
Yusuf Suleiman (Local Development Research Institute, Nigeria)

Domain-Data-Protocols for Empirical Educational Research in Germany*
Simon Eckert (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Expanding Our Perspective: Building a Sustainable Metadata Culture
Diana Magnuson (ISRDI)
Wendy Thomas (ISRDI)

Measuring the time spent on data curation
Anja Perry (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Sebastian Netscher (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Session B1

Harvest and Transform of Research Data from Repository to Archive: a SIP from the Source
Joakim Philipson (Stockholm University)

Developing an Integrated and Multi-Faceted Software Platform: Lessons from Transitioning the Roper Center Archive
Gene Wang (Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)

Collection bias in social science data archives: what’s in and what’s out?
Brian Kleiner (FORS)
Alexandra Stam (FORS)

Building JDCat: Japan Data Catalog for the Humanities and Social Sciences
YUKIO MAEDA (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science / University of Tokyo)
MAKOTO ASAOKA (National Institute of Informatics)
MASAHARU HAYASHI (National Institute of Informatics)

Panel 1: CESSDA in ERA - collaborations, partnerships and perspectives

CESSDA in ERA - collaborations, partnerships and perspectives
Martina Drascic Capar (CESSDA ERIC)

Session B2

Through the sands of the hourglass, these are the data of our lives -- FAIRing the DLI Training Repository
Chantal Ripp (University of Ottawa)
Sandra Sawchuk (Mount Saint Vincent University)
Margaret Vail (St. Francis Xavier University)
Alexandra Cooper (Queen's University)

Facilitating database search and analysis through the Roper Center’s node network interface
Kathleen Joyce Weldon Weldon (The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)

(Virtual) - Addressing Diversity in Data through the work of Graduate Specialists
Ryan Womack (Rutgers University)

(Virtual) - Faculty researcher perspectives on RDM and the pedagogical needs of graduate students
Dany Savard (York University)
Minglu Wang (York University)

Session B3

Research Governance strategies to safeguard the personal information of children and adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa
Lucas Hertzog (University of Cape Town)
Boladé Banougnin (University of Cape Town)
Elona Toska (University of Cape Town)

(Virtual) - Data access before and now: a Nigerian university library experience
Titilayo Comfort Ilesanmi (University of Ibadan)

(Virtual) - Malawi health research data sharing framework
Chifundo Kanjala (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine - Malawi Epidemiology and Intervention Research Unit)
Clemens Masesa (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine - MLW)
Marlen Chawani (MLW)
Ben Kumwenda (Kamuzu University of Health Sciences)
Patrick Mapulanga (Mzuzu university)
Maganizo Monawe (Ministry of Health Malawi)
Jon Johnson (CLOSER project)

(Virtual) - The Academic libraries role in providing Research Data Management Services in Uganda
Cissy AKELLO (Law Development Centre)

Session C1

Towards understanding the ecosystem of a sustainable data culture
Emma-Lisa Hansson (Lund University)
Thomas Kieselbach (Umeå University)
Mattias Persson (Örebro University)
Monica Lassi (SNIC)

Visions for the European Social Survey Multi-Level Application
Hilde Orten (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data)
Bodil Agasøster (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data)
Knut Kalgraff Skjåk (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data)

SWISSUbase – A National Data Archiving Platform Tailored For Specific Disciplines
Stefan Buerli (FORS)
Bojana Tasic (FORS)

(Virtual) - Redesigning a Federated Data Discovery Service
Mark Goodwin (University of British Columbia)
Kelly Stathis (Digital Research Alliance of Canada)

(Virtual)- Digital Transformation by Design at Harvard Business School
Katherine McNeill (Harvard Business School, Harvard University)

Session C2

Providing real-world data experiences: Libraries as data providers and clients in student consulting projects
Sarah Young (Carnegie Mellon University)
Huajin Wang (Carnegie Mellon University)

(Virtual) - Moving with the times: multilingual thesaurus management in a changing environment
Sharon Bolton (UK Data Service, CESSDA)

Partnership and Collaboration for Better Research Data Management in EfD Network
Samuel Zewdie (Ethiopian Development Research Institute)

(Virtual) - University of Alberta Dataverse: A Journey from Standalone Application to Hosted Community Platform
Guanwen Zhang (University of Alberta Library)
John Huck (University of Alberta Library)
James Doiron (University of Alberta Library)
Leah Vanderjagt (University of Alberta Library)

From me to we - developing a practice of collaborative metadata management using the Aristotle Metadata Registry
Samuel Spencer (Aristotle Metadata)
Lauren Eickhorst (Aristotle Metadata)

Panel 2: Research Data Literacy and Socio-economic Development: Sub-Saharan African Perspectives

Research Data Literacy and Socio-economic Development: Sub-Saharan African Perspectives
Robert Buwule (Kyambogo University)
Adetoun Oyelude (University of Ibadan)
Lucas Hertzog (University of Cape Town)
Peter Ngetich (Parliament of Kenya)

Session C3

Documenting a social network survey : lessons learned and ongoing challenges
Laetitia Bideau (Sciences Po)
Valentin Brunel (Sciences Po)

(Virtual) - The Journal Editors Discussion Interface (JEDI): Building and Fostering Community
Priya Silverstein (Syracuse University)
Colin Elman (Syracuse University)

(Virtual) - Documenting Data to Improve Trust and Support Use Across Disciplines and Vocations
Robert Downs (CIESIN, Columbia University)

(Virtual) - Modeling costs of computational reproducibility and data verification in political science
Cheryl Thompson (UNC Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)
Thu-Mai Christian (UNC Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)

Panel 3: Training as grounds for collaboration across disciplinary boundaries

Training as grounds for collaboration across disciplinary boundaries
Irena Vipavc Brvar (Social Science Data Archives, University of Ljubljana (ADP))
Ellen Leenarts (Data Archiving and Network Service (DANS))
Iryna Kuchma (Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL))
Maja Dolinar (University of Ljubljana (ADP))
Sonja Bezjak (Social Science Data Archives, University of Ljubljana (ADP))
Shanmugasundaram Venkataraman (OPENAire)

Session D1

Can we still archive data? A comparative case study of social science data archives under the GDPR
Allison R. B. Tyler (University of Michigan School of Information)

”It's hard to create something people use”: Reflections on creating and sustaining a data lifecycle management toolkit to support diversity scholarship
Rachel Woodbrook (University of MIchigan Library)
Karen Downing (University of MIchigan Library)
Emma De Vera (The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library / University of Michigan)
Elyse Thulin (University of Michigan)
Laura Sanchez-Parkinson (National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID), University of Michigan)

(Virtual) - Managing data access in CESSDA I: the Data Catalogue and Beyond
Taina Jääskeläinen (Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD))
Darren Bell (UK Data Service)
Sharon Bolton (UK Data Service)

(Virtual) - Managing data access in CESSDA II: the Data Access Policy
Sharon Bolton (UK Data Service)

Session D2

(Virtual) - The Data Bootcamp as a Platform For Data Literacy Education: Reflections from the University of Colorado-Boulder
Aditya Ranganath (University of Colorado Boulder Libraries)
Jordan Wrigley (University of Colorado Boulder Libraries)

Data Literacy Competencies for Librarians: A Scoping Review
Meryl Brodsky (University of Texas - Austin)
Hannah Chapman Tripp (University of Texas - Austin)

(Virtual) - Strategies for Inclusion in Data Literacy Programming
Gabriele Hayden (University of Oregon Libraries)
Cameron Mulder (University of Oregon Libraries)

Data literacy a catalyst to improving publishing trends and patterns of Academic Staff in Kyambogo University Uganda
Robert Stalone Buwule (Kyambogo University)
Eliz Nassali State (Kyambogo University)
Edward Mukiibi (Kyambogo University)

Session D3

(Virtual) - A recommendation to the SSH community: Take a linguist on board
Jeannine Beeken (University of Essex, UK Data Service)

Ch-ch-ch-ch changes......the future of data skills training within the UK Data Service
Vanessa Higgins (UK Data Service)

The Virtual Educational Observatory – making data for research on education and learning in Switzerland visible and usable
Rahel Haymoz (University of Applied Science of the Grisons)

Datenräume for the canton of Grison (Eastern Switzerland) – Discussing the concept
David Schiller (University of Applied Science of the Grisons)

Information Architecture for Secure Trustworthy Digital Repositories: Quality Culture, not Standards Theater
Hervé L'Hours (UK Data Archive)

Session E1

(Virtual) - Data Integrity: A Cornerstone of Rigorous and Reproducible Research
Patricia Condon (University of New Hampshire)
Julie Simpson (University of New Hampshire)
Maria Emanuel (University of New Hampshire)

(Virtual) - What Makes a Trend? Approaches for Presentation of Data over Time
Kathleen Weldon (Cornell University)

Thinking critically about sources: a recipe for data literacy
Elizabeth Hill (Western University)
Alexandra Cooper (Queen's University)
Kristi Thompson (Western University)

Using, managing and sharing vocabularies: SSH Vocabulary Commons
Mari Kleemola (Tampere University and CESSDA)
Daan Broeder (CLARIN ERIC)
Darren Bell (UKDS)
Matej Ďurčo (OEAW)

Session E2

(Virtual) - A High Performance Partnership: Data Librarians and Supercomputer Centres
Kelly Schultz (University of Toronto)
Marcel Fortin (University of Toronto)
Kara Handren (University of Toronto)

Raising the metadata bar: technology, culture and resourcing: lessons from documenting UK Longitudinal Studies
Jon Johnson (CLOSER, Social Research Institute, UCL)
Haley Mills (CLOSER, Social Research Institute, UCL)

Building and sustaining a curation community: Updates from the Data Curation Network
Sophia Lafferty-Hess (Duke University)

(Virtual) - QualidataNet – a federated archiving infrastructure for qualitative research data
Kati Mozygemba (University of Bremen, RDC Qualiservice)
Noemi Betancort-Cabrera (State and University Library Bremen)
Tobias Gebel (German Institute for Economic Research)
Hanna Hedeland (Leibniz Institute for the German language, Archive for Spoken German)
Jan-Ocko Heuer (University of Bremen, RDC Qualiservice)
Dilek İkiz-Akıncı (German Center for Higher Education and Science Studies, RDC for Higher Education and Science Studies)
Susanne Klauke (Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education)
Alexia Meyermann (Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education)
Silke Reineke (Leibniz Institute for the German language, Archive for Spoken German)
Dirk Weisbrod (Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education)
Betina Hollstein (University of Bremen, RDC Qualiservice)

Session E3

Responding to the “replication crisis”: requirements and stakes for archives
Marieke Heers (FORS)
Brian Kleiner (FORS)
Alexandra Stam (FORS)
Emilie Morgan de Paula (FORS)

Working together to ensure the safe use of sensitive and confidential data: exploring a collaborative training approach
Deborah Wiltshire (GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times: Social Media Data Collection
Michael Beckstrand (University of Minnesota)

Institutional research data policy: feedback on development, strategic and operational issues
Sophie Forcadell (Sciences Po)
Cyril Heude (Sciences Po)

Panel 4: Economic and Social Research Council UK – DigitalFootprints: data services for the past, present and future

Title: Economic and Social Research Council UK – DigitalFootprints: data services for the past, present and future
Bruce Jackson (Economic and Social Research Council)

Panel 5: The CESSDA Data Archives joint efforts to support journals in data sharing and reproducibility

The CESSDA Data Archives joint efforts to support journals in data sharing and reproducibility
Janez Štebe (ADP/UL - Slovenian SocialScience Data Archives, University of Ljubljana)
Sonja Bezjak (ADP/UL - Slovenian SocialScience Data Archives, University of Ljubljana)
Serafeim Alvanides (GESIS)

Session F1

Data domain specialists and flagship projects: challenges and successes in crafting partner contributions to the Swedish National Data Service consortium
Gustav Nilsonne (Swedish National Data Service)

“RDM Compas” – An online platform to foster data management skills for data curators in the social sciences
Tatiana Kvetnaya (Leibniz Institute for Psychology (ZPID))

(Virtual) - Creating a national institutional framework for research data for sensitive data
Roxanne Missingham (Australian National University)
Nicola Burton (Australian Research Data Commons)

Metadata quality and production: building a sustainable metadata ecosystem
Darren Bell (CESSDA)

Session F2

(Virtual) - Developing data management support partnerships and collaborations at the University of Florida
Plato Smith (University of Florida)

(Virtual) - Sharing the load: collaboration across the University of California system
Stephanie Labou (University of California San Diego)
Amy Work (University of California San Diego)

A use case for building a researcher community around data sharing: The Swedish COVID-19 Data Portal
Arnold Kochari (SciLifeLab)
Katarina Öjefors Stark (SciLifeLab)
Parul Tewatia (SciLifeLab)
Anna Asklöf (SciLifeLab)
Liane Hughes (SciLifeLab)
Wolmar Nyberg Åkerström (NBIS/SciLifeLab)
Senthilkumar Panneerselvam (SciLifeLab)
Hanna Kultima (SciLifeLab)

SND – a Swedish national collaboration
Max Petzold (Swedish National Data Service (SND))

Session F3

Structuring Metadata Workflows to Support Data Sharing
Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Uwe Jensen (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Goal-oriented data discovery for effective analytics
Sainyam Galhotra (University of Chicago)
Yue Gong (University of Chicago)
Raul Castro Fernandez (University of Chicago)

Research data infrastructure and community at Stockholm university
Merlijn De Smit (Stockholm university)

A Reproducible Approach to Data FAIRification: A Case Study from the Environmental Health Sciences
Harrison Dekker (University of Rhode Island)
Yana Hrytsenko (University of Rhode Island)

(Virtual) - D-Psy-FAIR: The development of a documentation standard enabling a sustainable, high quality documentation of psychological research data
Katarina Blask (Leibniz Institute for Psychology)
Marie-Luise Müller (Leibniz Institute for Psychology)
Marc Latz (Leibniz Institute for Psychology)
Stephanie Kraffert (Leibniz Institute for Psychology)

Session G1

(Virtual) - The Research Data Management Maturity Assessment Model in Canada (MAMIC)
Jane Fry (Carleton University)
Dylanne Dearborn (University of Toronto)
Alison Farrell (Memorial University)

(Virtual) - Data Sustainability by Professionalization of Research Data Management
Kathrin Behrens (GESIS - Lebiniz Insititute for Social Sciences)

A National Strategy for FAIR Data Management in Denmark
Anne Sofie Fink (DeiC - Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation)

Strategy to document and disseminate longitudinal surveys: case study of using DDI-Lifecycle and Colectica
Lucie Marie (Sciences Po, Center for Socio-Political Data)

Panel 6: Democratising data: A service design approach to the creation of public data panels

Democratising data: A service design approach to the creation of public data panels
Elizabeth Nelson (Administrative Data Research Centre Northern Ireland (ADRC NI))
Frances Burns (Northern Ireland Trusted Research Environment)
Maíra Rahme (Big Motive)
Andrea Thornbury, (Belfast City Council)

Session G2

(Virtual) - Investigating teaching practices in quantitative and computational Social Sciences: a case study
Rebecca Greer (University of California, Santa Barbara Library)
Renata Curty (University of California, Santa Barbara Library)

Bringing data literacy into teacher training: challenges and perspectives
Anne Lehmans (Bordeaux University)
Vincent Liquète (University of Bordeaux)
Camille Capelle (University of Bordeaux)

Collect, archive, publish, reuse. But what about the users?
Michaela Kudrnáčová (CSDA)
Ilona Trtíková, CSDA ()

Regulations and recommendations about file formats
Benjamin Yousefi (Swedish National Archives)
Magnus Geber (Swedish National Archives)

Session G3

(Virtual) - Start at the Source
Marjorie Mitchell (University of British Columbia Okanagan Library)
Mathew Vis-Dunbar (University of British Columbia Okanagan Library)
Nick Rochlin (University of British Columbia Advanced Research Computing)

Chalmers e-Commons: One gateway to multiple services
Jeremy Azzopardi (Chalmers University of Technology)

More than just FAIRly interoperable. A new platform based on DDI-CDI.
Darren Bell (UK Data Archive)
Deirdre Lungley, UK Data Archive ()

EDSC 15 years of economic and financial data support: data stories, lessons learned and the road ahead.
Rob Grim (EUR)

CADRE Platform - Information Exchange
Ingrid Mason (The Australian National University)
Steven McEachern (The Australian National University)
Amir Aryani (Swinburne University)
Peter Vats (Research Graph Foundation)
John Scullen (The Australian Access Federation)

Panel 7: Trust Standards, Support and FAIR Enabling Trustworthy Repositories

Trust Standards, Support and FAIR Enabling Trustworthy Repositories
Hervé L'Hours (UK Data Archive)

Session H1

(Virtual) - From Cradle to (Grave) Sudden Death and Beyond: A Journey in Research Data Migration
Carla Graebner (Simon Fraser University)
Erin Clary (Research Data Alliance)

ARIADNE portal: Building a common resource infrastructure for archaeologists worldwide
Pablo Millet (Swedish National Data Service)
Johan Fihn Marberg (Swedish National Data Service)

Metadata for the Masses – Building an educated community of data users
Samuel Spencer (Aristotle Cloud Services Australia)
Lauren Eickhorst (Aristotle Metadata)

(Virtual) - Secure Data Facility Professionals Networks – what’s in it for your TRE?
Beate Lichtwardt (UK Data Service/ UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
James Scott (UK Data Service/ UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
John Sanderson (UK Data Service/ UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Session H2

CADRE Five Safes Framework
Steven McEachern (The Australian National University)
Heather Leasor (The Australian National University)
Marina McGale (The Australian National University)
Julie McLeod (University of Melbourne)
Kate O'Connor (La Trobe University)
Nicole Davis (University of Melbourne)
Ingrid Mason (The Australian National University)

(Virtual) - Deposit Options to Enhance the FAIR Principals
John Marcotte (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Sarah Rush (ICPSR, University of Michigan)
Kelly Ogden-Schuette (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

National Population Register (NPR) in Bangladesh perspective
Chandra Shekhar Roy (Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics)

(Virtual) - Shifting into Data Governance roles: Encounters of three data librarians
Heather Coates (IUPUI University Library)
Kristin Briney (California Institute of Technology)
Abigail Goben (University of Illinois - Chicago)

Session I1

(Virtual) - More than just infrastructure - How collaboration is essential to building an open research data repository community in Canada
Meghan Goodchild (Scholars Portal / Queen's University)
John Huck (University of Alberta Library)

(Virtual) - Many hands make new opportunities: Institutional collaborations in supporting data stewardship
Alicia Hofelich Mohr (University of Minnesota)
Lisa Johnston (University of Minnesota)

Keep it Simple, Stupid: Designing a stripped-down DMP Template
Kristi Thompson (Western University)
Elizabeth Hill (Western University)

Collaboration is key: data discovery in a time of crisis
Alle Bloom (UK Data Service, University of Manchester)

Panel 8: Pan-European Research Data Infrastructure: Challenges of the Changing Environment

Pan-European Research Data Infrastructure: Challenges of the Changing Environment
Michaela Kudrnáčová (European Data Archive)
Georg Lutz (FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)
Yana Leontiyeva (ČSDA - Czech Social Science Data Archive, Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
Nathalie Paton (CNRS)
Ivana Ilijašić Veršić (CESSDA)
Max Petzold (SND)

Session I2

(Virtual) - Factors Affecting Deposits in Data Repositories
Michele Hayslett (UNC at Chapel Hill Libraries)
Matt Jansen (UNC at Chapel Hill Libraries)

Where is the majority of institutional research data hosted? – how Universities can keep oversight of data and deploy effective RDM practices
Federica Rosetta (Elsevier)
Lorenzo Feri (Elsevier)

DataVault - Digital Preservation Meets Big Data
Robin Rice (University of Edinburgh)

NSD DMP – towards a FAIR ecosystem for data management planning
Trond Kvamme (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research)

Session I3

(Virtual) - Achieving Transparency in Data
Dan Gillman (US Bureau of Labor Statistics)

(Virtual) - Adopting modern technologies and industry protocols to increase FAIRness of data archives, ESS as a service – a case study.
Archana Bidargaddi (NSD/Sikt)

(Virtual) - Data Science By Design: Building Data Science Services in Research Libraries
Joel Herndon (Duke University)
Elizabeth Wickes (University of Illinois)
Luis Martinez-Uribe (Fundación Juan March)

Lightning Talks

Would you manage a vibrant data mine?
Noé Nessel (Ministry of Education (Buenos Aires City))

Data CuRiosities: A Blog Using Popular Culture to Teach Data Curation Concepts in the Data CuRe Curriculum
Hannah Gunderman (Carnegie Mellon University Libraries)
Limor Peer (Yale University)

1001 files and one dataset
Olof Olsson (SND)

(Virtual) - Scaling up data services with standard ontology
Olatunbosun Obileye (International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, IITA)
Adetoun Oyelude (University of Ibadan)
Hafeez Adepoju (International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, IITA)

Partnerships in Data Literacy
Ashley Peterson (UCLA)
Ibraheem Ali (UCLA)
Leigh Phan (UCLA)
Chris Lopez (UCLA)
Monique Tudon (UCLA)
Madison Juul (UCLA)
Mason Hardy (UCLA)

De-jargon-ifying the data support space
Paula Lackie (Carleton College)
Deborah Wiltshire (GESIS Institute for the Social Sciences)

Posters

The Association of Religion Data Archives: Democratizing Access to Quality International Religion Data
Andrew Whitehead (The Association of Religion Data Archives)

SWPyS: Scrape the Web. A Python solution. An application to Wellbeing and SDG indexes
Flavio Bonifacio (Metis Ricerche)

IASSIST- Africa Chapter: Advocating for Data Literacy in Africa
Winny Nekesa AKULLO (Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority)

The principles, practices, and tools for managing data-sharing good governance by the Social Science Japan Data Archive
Nobutada Yokouchi (The University of Tokyo)
Satoshi Miwa (The University of Tokyo)

Improving Research output at Busitema University in Uganda
Emmy Medard Muhumuza (Busitema University Library)
Grace Adong (Busitema University)

Modernizing Data Management at the US Bureau of Labor Statistics
Dan Gillman (US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Clayton Waring (US Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Best Practice May Not Be Enough: Variation in Data Citation Using DOIs
Homeyra Banaeefar (University of Michigan ICPSR)
Elizabeth Moss (University of Michigan ICPSR)
Sarah Burchart (University of Michigan ICPSR)
Eszter Palvolgyi-Polyak (University of Michigan ICPSR)

Code of Conduct
Ina Nepstad (NSD/SIKT)
Njaal Hendrik Neckelmann (NSD/SIKT)
Mathilde Steinsvåg Hansen (NSD/SIKT)

GoTriple Discovery Platform for Social Sciences and Humanities
Ana Inkret (Slovenian Social Science Data Archives)

IASSIST Values Statement
Cameron Tuai (Drake University Cowles Library)

2022-06-07: Pre-Conference Workshops

Workshop 1 - How to set up and configure a Dataverse repository that suits your needs
Geneviève Michaud (CDSP (Sciences Po, CNRS))
Baptiste Rouxel (CDSP (Sciences Po, CNRS))
Alina DCDSP (Sciences Po, CNRS) ()

Workshop 2 - Teaching data visualization: Adapting the Visualizing the Future data visualization modules for your institutional context
Alisa B. Rod (McGill University)
Tess Grynoch (University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School)
Negeen Aghassibake (University of Washington Libraries)
David Christensen (The Seattle Public Library)
Angela Zoss (Duke University Libraries)

Workshop 3 - Sustainable Survey Question Banks and Data Catalogs using DDI and Colectica
Jeremy Iverson (Colectica)
Dan Smith (Colectica)

Workshop 4 - The CESSDA Data Archiving Guide: A resource for people who love data
Libby Bishop (GESIS)
Yevhen Voronin (GESIS)
Ilze Lace (Swedish National Data Service (SND), University of Gothenburg)
Dimitra Kondyli (National Centre for Social Research (EKKE))

Workshop 5 - Research Code Management
Florio Arguillas (Cornell Center for Social Sciences)
Limor Peer (Yale Institution for Social and Policy Studies)
Thu-Mai Lewis (Odum Institute, University of North Carolina)

Workshop 6 - What can DDI do for you? An Introduction to the DDI?
Benjamin Beuster (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data)
Hilde Orten (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data)

Workshop 7 - Analyzing Survey Data with Tableau
Harrison Dekker (University of Rhode Island)

Workshop 8 - Strengthening Managerial Capacities in Data Policy Management and Team Building
Irena Vipavc Brvar (Social Science Data Archives, University of Ljubljana)
Brian Kleiner (Swiss Center of Expertise in Social Science)
Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez (University of Gothenburg)