Dissemination Strategy

Titel in Übersetzung: Disseminationsstrategie

Iris Butzlaff, Lisa Hönegger (Redakteur*in), Lars Kaczmirek (Redakteur*in)

Veröffentlichungen: Elektronische/multimediale VeröffentlichungWebpublikation

Abstract

AUSSDA – The Austrian Social Science Data Archive is a core social science research infrastructure in Austria. AUSSDA’s mission is offering research data and high-quality, sustainable, and easy-to-use solutions for archiving digital data, along with worldwide access. AUSSDA offers services that allow data producers to disseminate their data to other interested researchers or the public. The data holdings comprise (but are not limited to) microdata from surveys, data from content analyses, aggregated data and replication data. We use the term data dissemination in the meaning of targeted distribution of data to users for further analysis. This strategy paper serves as a guidance for the creation and implementation of measures and procedures that are deemed to enhance the dissemination of the data published at AUSSDA’s repository. The document points out which measures are in place, or will be adopted in the future to enhance the dissemination of data that is available in AUSSDA’s repository, the AUSSDA Dataverse. These measures cover different communication channels and tools and address the target audience and key stakeholders. To create and exploit these measures to the fullest extent possible, it is essential to identify the target audience, their current perceptions and their preferred way of receiving information. This strategy paper helps to carve out the prioritisation and constitution of implemented measures and tools. The evaluation of the status quo and the focus on the goal – to increase the re-use of data that is published in the repository – guide the strategy to increase the impact on society through data dissemination and re-use.
Titel in ÜbersetzungDisseminationsstrategie
OriginalspracheEnglisch
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 12 Mai 2020

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