Join SSHOC on 18 February for a Twitter takeover! You can learn more about the project and ask questions as we take over the account of project partner LIBER Europe

By following the takeover, you can:

  • Discover how SSHOC is building the social sciences and humanities portion of the EOSC.
  • Get links to useful SSHOC resources and insightful reports.
  • Tell SSHOC which tools and resources you think should be built.
  • Learn about opportunities to engage and get involved with SSHOC.

In the afternoon (1200-1500 CET), you can also ask expert Mari Kleemola questions about metadata interoperability. Mari is Development Manager at the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD), Tampere University. She has 20 years of experience in digital data preservation and open science, and her expertise areas include metadata, standards, and certification of repositories. 

Currently she leads the CESSDA Tools & Services Working Group and participates in two European projects related to building EOSC: SSHOC and the Nordic EOSC project, which is coordinating EOSC relevant initiatives within the Nordic and Baltic countries. She is also a member of the CoreTrustSeal Board and a member of the DDI Alliance Expert Committee.

As an author of the SSHOC deliverable Mapping (meta)data Interoperability Problems, Building the SSHOC Interoperability Hub, Mari has plenty of wisdom to share related to data discoverability and interoperability issues.

In addition to following the takeover, you can also ask questions about the project. Just use the hashtag #SSHOCLIBERTakeover.

We look forward to discussing and sharing with you on the 18th!