How to Get the Maximum from Research Data

OpenAIRE National Seminar


The University of Tartu Library, the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Estonian Social Sciences Data Archive (ESTA) will hold the seminar “How to Get the Maximum from Research Data – Prerequisites and Outcomes”. Participants will discuss data reuse, new data protection regulations in Europe, open data for European social sciences, the ethical aspects of data management, and the quality control of the data.

29-30 May 2018 | University of Tartu Library location_on

The first day of seminar will be conducted entirely in English and will focus on the broad open data issues. On the second day of the seminar participants will be introduced to the data management plans as well as to web solutions by Estonian Social Sciences Data Archive (this part of the seminar will be conducted in Estonian). Afterwards, Irena Vipavc Brvar and Veerle Van den Eynden will hold workshops discussing data usage and data management.


Some of our invited speakers

The event is your chance to meet the open data movement leading practitioners and thinkers.


Ron Dekker
CESSDA-ERIC Director



Neil Beagrie
Director of Consultancy



Irena Vipavc Brvar
Head of SSSDA



Veerle Van den Eynden
Research Data Services Manager


Our local presenters

Leading Estonian open science advocates will discuss the specifics of open data movement within the national context.


Rein Murakas
Head of ESSDA



Liisi Lembinen
UT Library Development Director



Tiiu Tarkpea
UT Library Data Librarian


Organisers and supporters

 Pildiotsingu Tartu ülikool tulemus  Pildiotsingu dataCite tulemus

Organisers: Lilian Neerut (lilian.neerut@ut.ee) and Rein Murakas (rein.murakas@ut.ee)

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