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[ICPSR] ICPSR Bulletin: Another Chance to Experience "Data Doing Good, " Sign Up for Upcoming Webinars, and More!

 

Subject: [ICPSR] ICPSR Bulletin: Another Chance to Experience "Data Doing Good, " Sign Up for Upcoming Webinars, and More!
 

Your newsletter for all things ICPSR! 


October 2021   |   Vol. 41, No. 5 


 
ICPSR Community Illuminates “Data Doing Good” at 2021 Biennial Meeting

 

Since 1962, the ICPSR community has actively supported the curation, preservation, and analysis of data. These data have in turn affected the lives of millions of people. Important issues of our day including health care; diversity, equity and inclusion; the environment, and more have all been affected by the use of data. 

ICPSR believes that data, when used for good, can change the world! 

This is why we were excited to focus on “Data Positivity: Data Doing Good” at the ICPSR Biennial Meeting 2021 (Oct. 6-8, 2021), where members of our community joined us online to learn more about what data are available here at ICPSR, the world’s oldest and largest social science data archive. Participants also heard from experts at multiple institutions sharing how their work with data has impacted policy, culture, and more. 
  
In Participants’ Own Words “Thanks for doing this virtually!!”

"Learned about great resources for my poli sci and sociology students"

"I am, and always have been, a big fan of this work."

"Thrilled with the collaborative nature of ISR/ICPSR ❤️"

"Learned about lots of available data sets"

"So pleased with the state of ICPSR. Thank you for staying steadfastly on the task of data preservation for a safer democracy & improved living for all." 
   
Recordings Now Available!
Check out our YouTube playlist for the 2021 ICPSR Biennial Meeting!


Upcoming Events

 



 
Oct. 27, 2021: Finding Available Data Related to Sensitive Topics
Oct. 28, 2021: The Politics of University Student Voting from the College and Beyond II: The Outcomes of Liberal Education Public Colloquium Series
Nov. 4, 2021: PEERS Webinar: Pre-registering a Study and the Research Life Cycle
Nov. 10, 2021: NACDA Pre-Conference Workshop at Gerontological Society of America (GSA)
Feb. 14-18, 2022: Love Data Week 2022
Sept. 19-23, 2022: ICPSR Data Fair


 
ICYMI

 

2021 ICPSR Awards Presented at Biennial Meeting: ICPSR honored the staff of the 2020 ICPSR Summer Program with the 2021 ICPSR Innovator of the Year Award for their successful move from in-person to online instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ron S. Jarmin (U.S. Census Bureau) was the recipient of the 2021 Warren E. Miller Award for Meritorious Service to the Social Sciences. Jane Fry (Carleton University) was the recipient of the 2021 William H. Flanigan Award for Distinguished Service as an ICPSR Official Representative.
 
Data Brunch Season 2 is here! Bring your appetite for data and dig into the most recent Data Brunch podcast episodes on Media Bias and Reliability with Vanessa Otero, founder, and CEO of Ad Fontes Media and creator of the Media Bias Chart,  and Extremism in Social Media with Dr. Libby Hemphill (ICPSR, University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, and U-M School of Information).
 
The National Archive of Data on Arts and Culture (NADAC), a data repository funded by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), is pleased to announce the release of the Public Libraries in the United States Survey, 2016-2018. The public-use data and documentation files are freely available for download and online analysis on NADAC and include data from 2016, 2017, and 2018 Public Libraries Surveys.  


 
Data Stewardship Opportunities

 
Search ICPSR job opportunities, explore recent data releases, start a data deposit, or subscribe to ICPSR Announcements. 


 
For previous editions, see the archive of ICPSR Bulletin Newsletters.
To contact the ICPSR Bulletin editor, email Dory Knight-Ingram. 

 
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