Nearly 300 attendees took part in ICPSR's Virtual Data Fair

Nearly 300 people participated in ICPSR’s Virtual Data Fair from Nov. 8-11.

Topics covered in the webinars included data management plans, social sciences in North America, international data, and using social science data in teaching.

Slides and videos of all the presentations are available on the Data Fair Web site.

The fair consisted of 14 sessions over four days, and 281 people took part. Each participant viewed an average of 2.4 sessions.

The presentation on data management plans by Katherine McNeill of MIT Libraries was the best attended session, with 134.

ICPSR would like to thank the presenters, all attendees, and our staff for making this event possible!

If you wish to comment on this announcement, visit the ICPSR Blog.

Sue Hodge

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