Program

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Venue

Institute of Education, University of London
20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL, United Kingdom

Registration

Crush Hall

Main conference

Jeffery Hall (Level 1), Room 728 (Level 7)

Tutorials

Rooms 728 and 731 (Level 7)

Side meetings:

DDI Lifecycle Moving Forward

Monday: Room 541 (Level 5), Tuesday: Room 541 (Level 5), Wednesday: Room 777 (Level 7), Thursday: Room 639 (Level 6), Friday: Room 603 (Level 6)

Developers Meeting

Room 731 (Level 7)

International Colectica User
Conference (ICUC)

Room 728 (Level 7)

Conference Dinner
December 2, 2014

Bloomsbury House
2-3 Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2RL

Informal Get-Together

See detailed schedule below


Schedule

November 24-28, 2014

9:00

-

17:00

Side Meeting

M1: Specification Development

Location: Monday: room 541, Tuesday: room 541, Wednesday: room 777, Thursday: room G39, Friday: room 603

DDI Lifecycle Moving Forward

(By invitation only. For more information see related page at DDI Alliance .)

Sunday, November 30, 2014

19:00

Informal Get-together

Location: The Lady Ottoline, 11A Northington Street, London WC1N 2JF

Monday, December 1, 2014

8:30

Starting Registration

9:00

-

10:30

Concurrent Tutorials

Concurrent T1 (full day)

Introduction to DDI and Exercises with a Tool

Concurrent T2 (half day)

DDI for the Semantic Web

Location: Room 728

Location: Room 731

 

 

A Hands-On, Practical Introduction to DDI Using Colectica (abstract/presentation )

Let’s Disco - Publish Your DDI Metadata as Linked Data (abstract/presentation)

 

 

Jeremy Iverson, Dan Smith (Colectica)

Thomas Bosch, Benjamin Zapilko (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

10:30

-

11:00

Break - Location: Crush Hall

11:00

-

12:30

Block 2 of T1

Block 2 of T2

12:30

-

13:30

Lunch - Location: Crush Hall

13:30

-

15:00

Concurrent T1 (continued)

Concurrent T3 (half day)

Software Development

Location: Room 728

Location: Room 731

Block 3 of T1

Working with the STARDAT DDI-Lifecycle Library (abstract/presentation)

 

 

Alexander Mühlbauer (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

15:00

-

15:30

Break - Location: Crush Hall

15:30

-

17:00

Block 4 of T1

Block 2 of T3

18:00

Informal Get-Together

Location: Princess Louise, 208 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EP

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

 

8:30

Registration opens

 

9:00

-

10:15

Conference Plenary P1: Welcome and Keynote

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

 

Chair: Joachim Wackerow (EDDI Conference Chair)

 

Welcome

 

Jude England (Head of Research Engagement, British Library, and Acting Director, CLOSER – Cohort and Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources)

 

Keynote

 

Peter Knight (Deputy Director, Head of Research Information and Intelligence, Research and Development Directorate, Department of Health, United Kingdom Government) (about)

 

10:15

-

10:45

Break - Location: Crush Hall

 

10:45

-

12:15

Concurrent Conference Sessions

 

Concurrent A1:

Infrastructure for Data Collection, Research and Archiving

Concurrent A2:

DASISH Software for Questions and Variables

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

Location: Room 728

 

Chair: Tito Castillo

Chair: Mari Kleemola

 

 

 

Enhancing Discoverability of Public Health and Epidemiology Research Data (abstract/presentation)

A Common Metadata Understanding for the Three DASISH Survey Tools (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Arofan Thomas Gregory (Open Data Foundation)

Hilde Orten (NSD - Norwegian Social Science Data Services); Taina Jääskeläinen (FSD - Finnish Social Science Data Archive); Edwin de Vet (CentERdata); Brita Dorer (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

 

 

 

Facilitating Shared Survey Metadata Across the Life-Cycle in Longitudinal Studies - A UK Perspective (abstract/presentation)

The DASISH Questionnaire Design Documentation Tool: Keeping Track of the Questionnaire Design Process (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Jon Johnson (Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education); Louise Corti (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Håvard Venge Bakkmoen, Hilde Orten (NSD - Norwegian Social Science Data Services); Yvette Prestage (City University, London)

 

 

 

Shifting from the Codebook Model to the Lifecycle Model of DDI: The Specifications of the French Center of Socio-Political Data (CDSP) (abstract/presentation)

The DASISH Translation Management Tool: Adapting Existing Software to DDI (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Alina Danciu (CDSP - Center of Socio-Political Data, Sciences Po Paris); Alexandre Mairot (CDSP, CNRS - The National French Center for Scientific Research)

Maurice Martens (CentERdata); Brita Dorer (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences); Taina Jääskeläinen (FSD - Finnish Social Science Data Archive)

 

 

 

The DASISH Question Variable Data Base: Developments and Outlook (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Håvard Venge Bakkmoen, Hilde Orten, Benjamin Beuster (NSD - Norwegian Social Science Data Services)

 

12:15

-

13:45

Lunch - Location: Crush Hall

 

13:45

-

15:15

Concurrent Conference Sessions

 

Concurrent B1:

Official Statistics

Concurrent B2:

Metadata Specifications

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

Location: Room 728

 

Chair: Uwe Jensen

Chair: Olof Olsson

 

 

 

Creating a Model for a Central Metadata Repository (abstract/presentation)

DDI 3.2 Best Practices - Consistency and Interoperability (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Klas Blomqvist (Statistics Sweden)

Dan Smith (Colectica)

 

 

 

Use of DDI at INSEE (abstract/presentation)

XKOS (Extended Knowledge Organization System) and How to Use it (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Guillaume Duffes (INSEE - National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, France)

Franck Cotton (INSEE - National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, France)

 

 

 

Issues, Current Status, and Perspectives about DDI in the National Institute Of Statistics and Geography of Mexico (INEGI) (abstract/presentation), short presentation

Generating Database and Domain Models from DDI 4 (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Silvia L. Fraustro (INEGI)

Oliver Hopt, Brigitte Mathiak (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

 

15:15

-

15:45

Break - Location: Crush Hall

 

15:45

-

16:45

Concurrent Conference Sessions

 

Concurrent C1:

Official Statistics

Concurrent C2:

Software / Tools

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

Location: Room 728

 

Chair: Klas Blomqvist

Chair: Marcel Hebing

 

 

 

The Copenhagen Mapping - GSIM 1.1 and DDI 3.2 (abstract/presentation)

Collaborative Editing and Versioning of DDI Metadata: The Latest from Cornell's NCRN CED2AR Software (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Dan Smith (Colectica); Jannik Vestergaard Jensen (Danish Data Archive); Mogens Grosen Nielsen (Statistics Denmark)

Benjamin Perry, Venkata Kambhampaty, William Block (Cornell University); Kyle Brumsted (McGill University)

 

 

 

Progress in the Use of DDI, SDMX, GSBPM, and Other Standards Inside and Outside of Statistics Denmark (abstract/presentation)

Creating a Joint Metadata Domain for the Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Mogens Grosen Nielsen (Statistics Denmark); Anne Sofie Kjeldgaard, Jannik Vestergaard Jensen (Danish Data Archive)

Catharina Wasner (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences); Stephanie Roth, Olof Olsson (SND - Swedish National Data Service)

 

18:30

Conference Dinner

 

Drinks from 18:30, dinner served at 19:00

Location: Bloomsbury House, 2-3 Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2RL

 

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

 

9:15

-

10:15

Conference Plenary P2

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

 

Chair: Nikos Askitas

 

Incentivising Uptake of Metadata in the Social and Behavioural Sciences (abstract/presentation)

 

Louise Corti (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

 

10:15

-

10:45

Break - Location: Crush Hall

 

10:45

-

12:15

Concurrent Conference Sessions

 

Concurrent D1:

Infrastructure for Data Collection, Research, and Archiving

Concurrent D2:

Software / Tools

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

Location: Room 728

 

Chair: Hilde Orten

Chair: Barry Radler

 

 

 

Protocol Development for Large-Scale Metadata Archiving using DDI-Lifecycle (abstract/presentation)

An Integrated, Open Source Data Archiving System (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Will Poynter, Jennifer Spiegel (CLOSER, Institute of Education)

Adrian Du?a, Sorin Milutinovici, Cosmin Rentea, Letitia Velcescu (University of Bucharest)

 

 

 

Metadata Requirements to Document Data Analyses and Syntax Files in a Virtual Research Environment (VRE) (abstract/presentation)

DDI on Rails - Version 1.0 (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Uwe Jensen (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Marcel Hebing (SOEP - German Socio-Economic Panel Study, DIW Berlin)

 

 

 

An Open Source, DDI-Based Data Curation System for Social Science Data (abstract/presentation)

Lessons Learned from Using DDI-RDF Discovery Vocabulary as a Backend Data Model (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Limor Peer (Yale University); Ann Green (Digital Lifecycle Research & Consulting); Jeremy Iverson, Dan Smith (Colectica); Niall Keleher (Innovations for Poverty Action); Stephanie Wykstra (Innovations for Poverty Action)

Matthäus Zloch (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

 

12:15

-

13:45

Posters and Software Demonstrations

 

Location: Jeffrey Hall Foyer

 

Chair: Jon Johnson

 

simultaneously with lunch

Work Towards a Common Metadata Model for the Three DASISH Tools / The DASISH Questionnaire Design and Documentation Tool (QDDT) and the Question Variable Data Base (QVDB) – First Developments and Outlook (abstract/presentation)

Håvard Venge Bakkmoen, Hilde Orten (NSD - Norwegian Social Science Data Services)

 

DDI on Rails (abstract/presentation)

Marcel Hebing (DIW Berlin - German Institute for Economic Research)

 

Colectica for Excel: Bringing DDI to Excel (abstract/presentation)

Jeremy Iverson, Dan Smith (Colectica)

 

Protocol Development for Large-Scale Metadata Archiving Using DDI-Lifecycle (abstract/presentation)

Will Poynter, Jennifer Spiegel (CLOSER, Institute of Education)

 

New Features in EpiData - Among Others Exporting from EpiData to DDI 3.1 and Easy Archiving (abstract/presentation)

Bodil Stenvig, Henrik Sejersen (Danish Data Archive); Torsten Bonde Christiansen, Jens Lauritsen (EpiData Association and Odense University Hospital)

 

12:15

-

13:45

Lunch - Location: Crush Hall

 

13:45

-

14:45

Concurrent Conference Sessions

 

Concurrent E1:

Data Harmonization

Concurrent E2:

Software / Tools

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

Location: Room 728

 

Chair: Guillaume Duffes

Chair: Johan Fihn

 

 

 

Leveraging DDI 3.2 to Power a Harmonized Data Extraction Tool for MIDUS (abstract/presentation)

The IAB Metadata Portal: Consolidating Different Data Sources in One Application (abstract/presentation)

 

 

 

Barry Radler (University of Wisconsin); Jeremy Iverson, Dan Smith (Colectica)

Iris Sonja Dieterich (The Research Data Centre (FDZ) of the Federal Employment Agency (BA) at the Institute for Employment Research (IAB))

 

 

 

Application of DDI Comparison Capabilities to a Multi-Site Sexual Behaviour Data Harmonisation Exercise (abstract/presentation)

Exporting DDI 3.2 from IBM SPSS Data Collection using Colectica Designer 5 (abstract/presentation), short presentation

 

 

 

Chifundo Kanjala, Gareth Knight, Jim Todd, Basia Zaba (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine); Tito Castillo (University College London); David Beckles (Independent IT consultant)

Robert Pratt (Ipsos MORI)

 

 

 

Machine Actionable Integration of DataCite and DDI Metadata (abstract/presentation), short presentation

 

 

 

Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

 

14:45

-

15:15

Break - Location: Crush Hall

 

15:15

-

16:15

Conference Plenary P3: Current Status and Outlook

 

Location: Jeffery Hall

 

Chair: William Block

 

 

 

DDI Lifecycle: Status of the Development of DDI 3 (presentation)

 

 

 

Wendy Thomas (Technical Committee, DDI Alliance)

 

 

 

DDI Lifecycle: Moving Forward – Status of the Development of DDI 4 (presentation)

 

 

 

Joachim Wackerow (Technical Committee, DDI Alliance)

 

 

 

Questions and Grumbles? Answers from the Technical Committee

 

 

 

Arofan Gregory, Wendy Thomas and Joachim Wackerow (all Technical Committee, DDI Alliance)

 

 

 

Announcement of 3rd NADDI (presentation), Invitation to EDDI15 (presentation) and Goodbye

 

Barry Radler (NADDI team), Nikos Askitas, Joachim Wackerow (both EDDI core team), and Next Year’s Host (name will be disclosed in session)

 

18:00

Informal Get-Together

 

Location: The Jeremy Bentham, 31 University Street, London WC1E 6JL

 

Thursday, December 4, 2014

 

9:00

-

17:00

Side Meetings

 

Concurrent M2:

International Colectica User Conference (ICUC 2014)

Concurrent M3:

DDI Developers Meeting

 

Location: Room 728

Location: Room 731

 

Organizers: Jeremy Iverson and Dan Smith (both Colectica) with CLOSER (Cohort and Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources)

Chair: Johan Fihn

 

 

 

(for registration and program, see webpage of ICUC 2014)

(for contact see related email group)

 

18:00

Informal Get-together

 

Location: The Lamb, 94 Lamb's Conduit Street, London WC1N 3LZ

 




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