October 22, 2021Read more
The Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) enables different kinds and services of data for social science.
Recently CESSDA performed an interview with Dr Ana Slavec, InnoRenew CoE consulting statistician and researcher, about her experience using their guide for preparing the data management plan for her postdoc project, “Using questionnaires to measure attitudes and behaviours of buildings users”.
For her project, Dr Slavec mostly used the chapter about data protection.
“I read several chapters, but the most useful one was the one on data protection, which is of crucial importance when working with personal data,” she pointed out in her interview.
In the project, Dr Slavec is studying the use of survey questionnaires to collect data on attitudes and behaviors of building users, particularly those behaviors related to sustainability issues and energy consumption.
Read the whole interview with Dr Ana Slavec here.