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DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) is the Netherlands Institute for permanent access to digital research resources. DANS encourages researchers to make their digital research data and related outputs Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. We provide expert advice and certified services. Our core services are: DataverseNL for short-term data management, EASY for long-term archiving, and NARCIS, the national portal for research information. By participating in (inter)national projects, networks and research, DANS contributes to continued innovation of the global scientific data infrastructure. Open if possible, protected where necessary. DANS is an institute of the Dutch Academy KNAW and funding organisation NWO.
Visit the stand of the Dutch National Research Agenda (NWA) and explore how research institutes, universities or governmental agencies can collectively contribute to solving scientific and social problems.
NWO’s mission is to advance world-class scientific research that has scientific and societal impact. At the Network Plaza, you’ll find a NWO stand where you can meet up with NWO policy officers who can answer all your questions regarding NWO funding (e.g. about the Talent Scheme, the Open Competition, and the upcoming calls for research on digitalization).
The Lorentz Center is an institute in the Netherlands, organizing international workshops in allscientific disciplines and for everyone who is active in research, at all levels and in all fields.Lorentz Center workshops focus on new collaborations and on interactions in highly diversegroups of researchers. We endorse diversity of scientific viewpoints, geographic origin as wellas seniority, gender and culture. We are open to workshops in the entire range of social sciences and humanities. So feel welcome to contact us if you want to organize your own Lorentz Center workshop.
The Rotterdam Exchange Format Initiative (REFI) was formed to develop a standard for exchanging processed qualitative data between Qualitative Data Analysis software programs (QDAS or CAQDAS).
REFI originated in September 2016 at the KWALON Conference: Reflecting on the Future of QDA Software (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands). Representatives of ATLAS.ti, Dedoose, f4analyse, MAXQDA, NVivo, QDAMiner, Quirkos and Transana stated their willingness to work together to create an interoperability standard. Soon after, REFI was formed with a group of expert users/trainers of QDAS and standardization experts acting as a project coordination group.
The QDA-XML Exchange Standard enables interoperability between Qualitative Data Analysis Software programs. Its purpose is to enable users to exchange processed data between programs. It is an open standard and any program can implement it, thus increasing the number of software programs that can ‘talk’ to one another. More information is available on our website: www.qdasoftware.org
Come and visit us at the stand to talk about the relevance of the standard for your own work!
The Koninklijke Bibliotheek (www.kb.nl) is the national library of the Netherlands. Driven by the power of the written word we further intellectual development, proficiency and creativity in the Netherlands. To this end, we seek collaboration with partners in the domains of public libraries, cultural heritage and academics. The KB promotes the visibility, usability and longevity of the Dutch Library Collection, defined as the collective holdings of all publicly funded libraries in the Netherlands. Unhindered access to these collections furthers the development of new ideas and allows researchers to build upon the ideas of their predecessors.
The KB has planned to have digitised and OCRed its entire collection of books, periodicals and newspapers from 1470 onward by the year 2030. Over 70 million book, newspaper and magazine pages are currently available via the search portal www.delpher.nl and www.dbnl.org, but we also offer born digital collections, such as our web archive, which contains 33 TB of data and consist of more than 13.000 websites. The KB has formulated a Research Agenda for the period 2018 – 2022 in which we indicate five themes that we wish to focus our efforts on.
NWO SSH - Synergy conference 2019Registration website for NWO SSH - Synergy conference 2019
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Mr R. de Jongssh_synergy@nwo.nl
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