The UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows 2017-2019 talk about their research and developing impact. The Data Impact Fellows programme is designed to support the use of UK Data Service data and resources by new generations of scholars through the research partnerships they develop and the students they teach through out their careers. Hear more about their role as #DataImpactFellows.
Author: Victoria Moody
The UK Data Service hosted a panel session and networking event on 13 October 2016 at the Lighthouse in Glasgow. A panel comprising some of Scotland’s leading data innovators explored data re-use in policy and research, sharing their experiences of demonstrating data enhanced impact. Here are the highlights of #DataImpact2016.
With Storify closing in May 2018, we’ll be extracting the html from some of our lovely storifys and saving them on the blog. Here are the highlights of #DataImpact2015.
Oliver Duke-Williams, Senior Lecturer in Digital Information Studies in the Department of Information Studies at UCL and Co-Investigator at the UK Daya Service updates us on proposed new uses for administrative data in place of censuses in the area of estomates of journeys to work.
On 17 October the UK Data Service ran an event at The Studio in Manchester focused on opportunities and challenges for professionals working with administrative, monitoring or evaluation data in civil society organisations (CSO)
We’re delighted to introduce the first two social science papers that have been recently published in the social sciences section of the Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences (RDJ).
The team at the UK Data Service has been using its expertise in processing, documenting and publishing data for reuse, to develop guidance and training for researchers in good data management practices. It’s great to see our guidance and training go global!