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Finding Available Data Related to Sensitive Topics
Please join us for this webinar to learn about a new digital resource available from ICPSR. This electronic resource will help researchers identify openly available datasets that closely cover topics of restricted-use datasets but do not require IRB approval or restricted data use agreements.

There are many topics that graduate students and faculty give up on pursuing because they can only find restricted-use datasets. It can be difficult to access restricted-use datasets in a timely fashion.

This resource is a kind of "quick guide" to help researchers pursue the topics they’re interested in, including tricky topics like crime or health. ICPSR has hundreds of datasets that are related to topics that normally have restricted data.

This will benefit researchers who have been frustrated or unsuccessful with the restricted data process but still want to find *some* secondary data that would work with their research interests.

Presented by Brianne Dosch, ICPSR Representative at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

This webinar is free and open to the public. A live transcript will be available. This webinar will be recorded, and the recording and slides will be sent to all registrants. Zoom FAQs are available at http://myumi.ch/kx2oo.

Oct 27, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brianne Dosch
Assistant Professor and Social Sciences Data Librarian @University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Brianne Dosch is an Assistant Professor and the Social Sciences Data Librarian at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she works with students, graduate students, and faculty to support their library, research, and data needs. She recently wrote an article about data sharing policies in business journals published in the Journal of Business and Finance Librarianship , and is currently working on a needs assessment of her faculty and graduate students, and a library space study she conducted on some study carrels in her library. Some of her research interests include liaison librarianship, data librarianship, information seeking behavior of social scientists , and the Open Science movement. She is also a stereotypical cat lover, fiction reader, and seeker of easy but beautiful hikes.