UK Data Service announce 2019 webinar series

The UK Data Service has just published the dates of its free online training sessions for 2019 for developing skills in data use.

The UK Data Service is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and provides access to a collection of high quality social and economic data, including UK census data, international business data, cross-national surveys, and longitudinal studies; as well as providing guidance and training for the development of skills in data use.

These introductory webinars are aimed at anyone interested in using the data collections in their research or teaching. The hour-long sessions will walk you through the range of datasets available from the UK Data Service and demonstrate how to gain access to them, as well as exploring some of the key issues you might encounter when using these various data types.

Two particularly useful sessions for researchers looking to engage with any of their data collections centre on Data Management Basics, which explores how to manage, document, store and safeguard research data with a view to optimising data sharing, and Key issues in re-using data, which highlights some of the main issues associated with secondary analysis.

Why not have a look at the range of sessions available now and sign up?

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