The AUSSDA roadmap

The Core Facility AUSSDA is Austria's new dedicated data management service hub for the social science community. We are currently developing our full service portfolio. We are already offering curated data preservation and reuse support. Our team of professionals is ready to assist you.

Phase 1 (2017)

  • Engage social sciences community
  • Define services and future service portfolio
  • Launch transitional repository infrastructure

Phase 2 (2018/19)

  • Implement data acquisition strategy
  • Introduce reuse and outreach strategy
  • Offer advanced service of self-deposit

Phase 3 (beyond)

  • Launch long-term preservation infrastructure
  • Launch research methods consultation service
  • Expand core user base & AUSSDA network 

Contact our data processors!

Have data to deposit?

If your data are ready for archiving now please contact us!

Not sure or need more information?

Introducing our partners

You can make a difference

We're currently drafting our mature service portfolio and want to hear from you! Share your experiences, ideas, and needs with respect to data archiving, research methods support, and data reuse. Our team is eager to listen and learn!

 What's new?

CESSDA ERIC
 

A successful project to strengthen and widen the infrastructure of social science data archives in the European Research Area is coming to a close.

Events
 

Last week‘s PUMA symposium focussed on the topic of random samples and whether they still act as the gold standard of empirical research. Members of the AUSSDA-team were there to discuss.

CESSDA ERIC
 

New types of data are not only a challenge for researchers but also for data archives. Members of CESSDA ERIC discussed this and more in Bergen, Norway.

Inside AUSSDA
 

The AUSSDA team is growing. Help us shape the social science research landscape of Austria by contributing your expertise and leadership skills!

Inside AUSSDA
 

On September 26th 2017 the first meeting of the national AUSSDA advisory board took place.

Data
 

In the past few weeks we converted four Microcensus datasets, which we received from the national statistics office “Statistics Austria”. These data are now available free of charge.