ESS data and documentation available to users from the new repository accompanied by interoperable services. ESS data can be combined with other types of data from various domains by aggregation to the same regional levels. Data are relevant for various types of users including for policy makers.
The ADS Guides to Good Practice represent the international standard for archaeological data management best practice. The Guides incorporate the understanding developed around archaeological data from the wide range of EC research projects, and can be a resource within EOSC for SSH data management.
A pilot gamification of the CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide that can be used in the SSH and beyond, among partners and the wider EOSC ecosystem. The gamification service should be applicable for other tools which will be made clear once the gamification platform is built. SSHOC LoD (League of Data) platform shall support and motivate researchers to publish their research data, by providing guidance for the publishing process. Researchers will be able to test their knowledge, run a checklist on their Data Management Plan and data publishing, and get in touch with peers. To increase the attractiveness of sharing data, the LoD will implement gamification mechanisms and elements.
The Ethnic and Migrant Minorities (EMM) Survey Registry, a free online database and tool that displays detailed information about existing quantitative surveys conducted with EMM populations in Europe.
A package of training resources and exercises bundled together with guidelines for setting up a training intervention, and a standard evaluation form - for use at Train-the-Trainer bootcamps and in building cross-disciplinary cooperation within a shared framework.
The Trainers Directory is a pool of qualified and experienced trainers in the fields of Social Sciences and Humanities that are enthusiastic to bring people that require training to the next level of their expertise in a specific domain.
An extension of the current CLARIN Language Resource Switchboard, the SSHOC Switchboard will match language resources and tools to data types, automatically guiding researchers to the appropriate language analysis application, and enabling the publication, sharing and reuse of the resulting data via B2SHARE.