The SSH Training Discovery Toolkit provides an inventory of training materials relevant for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Use the search bar to discover materials or browse through the collections. The filters will help you identify your area of interest.
|Cite the data||
Citing a dataset correctly is just as important as citing articles, books, images and websites - each dataset is a source of evidence to support our argument.
This resource includes videos, presentations and top ten tips for citing data. These can be used by trainers to teach and highlight the importance of data citation.
|Data Skills Modules||
These introductory level interactive modules are designed for users who want to get to grips with key aspects of survey, longitudinal and aggregate data.
Modules can be conducted in your own time and you are able to dip in and out when needed. The modules give an introduction to key aspects of the data using short instructional videos, interactive quizzes and activities using open access software where possible.
Each module stands alone but those with little experience of surveys may find it useful to start with the Survey Data Module before moving on to the Longitudinal Data Module.
Modules include: Survey Data, Longitudinal Data, Aggregate Data
Guide designed to be used as a resource for encouraging better data management and research integrity in undergraduate dissertations, and is aimed at RDM trainers and teachers supervising research projects and students undertaking them. The resource consists of a number of practical templates and exemplars, and a link to the slides for teaching is also included. These can be adapted and modified to suit various project needs and different disciplines.
QualiBank is an online tool for browsing, searching and citing the content of selected qualitative data collections held at the UK Data Service.
DMPonline is a web-based tool that supports researchers to develop data management and sharing plans. It contains the latest funder templates and best practice guidelines to support users to create quality DMPs.
|Online Data Horror Escape Room||
It is an online escape room game that engages researchers with the principles of research data management (RDM). The game is a collaboration between Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Lena Karvovskaya and Elisa Rodenburg), Leiden University Libraries (Joanne Yeomans), and Eindhoven University of Technology (Anne Aarts and Bart Aben).The room we created consists of six tasks related to the following data management topics: FAIR data, personal data, data archiving, data transfer, persistent identifiers, and metadata.
|Digital Preservation Essentials: Pre-ingest and Ingest Workshop||
This course equips digital preservation professionals with a range of skills relating to various aspects of receiving, handling, and managing digital content. Participants will learn about key digital preservation concepts, how to prepare digital materials for preservation, to approach workflow development for digital preservation and will learn about current tools for working with digital materials.
|Copyright the Card Game Online||
Introduction to copyright law and the relationship between licences and copyright exceptions. The four ‘suits’ in the game are:
This Train-the-Trainers (TTT) package forms an addition to the CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide which was developed by the CESSDA Training Working Group in 2017 and 2018.
This package contains different materials that trainers can use in developing and giving Research Data Management and Discovery trainings for (social science) researchers.
Materials for instance include workshop outlines, slides and exercises that can be reused and adapted by local RDM trainers. The package contains five different types of materials: Workshop Outlines, Exercises, Presentations, Documents and Handouts, and Images.
|UK Copyright Literacy||
Decoding copyright and bringing you enlightenment - a blog from Chris Morrison and Jane Secker. Chris is Copyright, Licensing and Policy Manager at the University of Kent and Jane is Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London.