Newsletter 2017-10-09T16:53:27+00:00

Issue 2 | January 2017

SERISS_002Our second e-newsletter has been available to view online since late January 2017.

Elena Sommer of ESS ERIC reports from a session on sampling challenges for cross-national surveys – the first of four SERISS Survey Experts Network workshops.

Lorna Balkan of the UK Data Archive and CESSDA AS explains how the European Social Sciences Electronic Thesaurus (ELSST) was developed to support multilingual data discovery of cross-national surveys.

Daniel Schmidutz has written about how researchers from SHARE ERIC are exploring legal, ethical and practical issues associated with collecting and storing biomarkers.

Whilst Lorna Ryan of the ESS ERIC explains how the ESS and CESSDA AS are project partners in a new Horizon 2020 project called RISCAPE.

The January newsletter includes a brief news round-up from each partner organisation involved in SERISS.

It also provides details of a new SERISS training session, and other upcoming events.

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Issue 1 | July 2016

The first SERISS newsletter was circulated in July 2016 and is available to view online.

Read how four SERISS research infrastructures have been recognised by the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI).

Marianne Høgetveit Myhren of CESSDA AS looks into the legal and ethical challenges facing cross-national surveys in view of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Annette Scherpenzeel and Johanna Bristle of SHARE ERIC write about the challenge of obtaining good probability samples for European cross-national studies.

Ana Villar of ESS ERIC discusses the creation of a Cross-National Online Survey Panel (CRONOS), looking into carrying out cross-national probability-based surveys on the internet.

View the full newsletter – including details of the latest events – online