The conference brings together Research infrastructures, Researchers, Research Libraries and Archives, EOSC key-players, industry and policymakers from the Social Sciences and Humanities and beyond.
From January 2019 to April 2022 SSHOC transformed the current social sciences & humanities data landscape with its disciplinary silos and separate facilities into an integrated, cloud-based network of interconnected data infrastructures. The final conference programme is designed to showcase the results achieved, lever on the valuable synergies built and learn about user stories from the community. There will be time to reflect on policy & sustainability issues and look towards the future.
SSHOC invites researchers, data experts, trainers and e-infrastructure professionals to join the online SSHOC’n Tell Challenge. Try our tools and share your user story. Work on a pre-defined or wild card challenge with the SSHOC resources. The SSHOC’n Tell Challenge brings fresh user stories and reflections for future development into the conference programme. Attractive prizes are to be won!