In this post, Beate Lichtwardt from the UK Data Service and Deborah Wiltshire from the GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences discuss an exciting new initiative to enable secure data to be shared internationally.
Data Impact blog
Category: Increasing Access to Data
Cameron Hurst, Data Engineer at the UK Data Service, shares the inside information about the IEA datasets now available to users, and the process of making these data accessible.
In this post Daniel Yu discusses the Landscaping International Longitudinal Datasets project which seeks to improve access to mental health research data.
In this post Cristina Magder, the Data Collections Development Manager at the UK Data Service, discusses data licenses and access frameworks and how they are an integral part of what we do at the Service.
Jen Buckley, a member of User Support and Training at the UK Data Service, discusses students using secondary data analysis in their dissertations and showcases some new tools the team have developed to help.
In the final post in her mini-series, Sarah Knight looks at why the SafePod Network is a positive innovation for researchers.
In the second post in her mini-series, Sarah Knight tells us what it was like to book and use the SafePod at the University of York.
The SafePod Network is a brand new way to access secure data. In this first post in a mini-series this week, Sarah Knight looks into what SafePods are and why they are so important.
How is research by the Living Wage Foundation (LFW) supporting their ‘Living Hours’ scheme and helping tackle work insecurity in the UK?