The latest news of interest to the social science data community
The UK Data Service, the national data service for the social sciences, is seeking to appoint a Receptionist/Administrative Assistant.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook (WEO) October 2013 Edition is now available on UKDS.Stat.
The Administrative Data Service (ADS) is seeking a Data Access Support Officer to establish and grow the service by supporting frontline data access and delivery.
Researchers seeking statistics from the 2011 UK Census now have a portal providing free and open access.
Jisc has just published a report that synthesises the results of three studies that evaluate the value and impact of three well-established research data centres.
Academic researchers who live in the European Union are eligible for an opportunity to work with data from a number of EU countries.
Book now for the UK Data Service hour-long webinar on the topic of ageing to be held on 30 April 2014.
Researchers, postgraduate students and research institutions now have a comprehensive and up-to-date resource for planning their data.
Following extensive public consultation on plans for Beyond 2011, a number of announcements were made on recommendations for the 2021 censuses covering populations in Great Britain.
When the Qualitative Data Repository at Syracuse University, New York, officially launched earlier this year, its directors openly acknowledged the expert advice they received from the UK Data Service.