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The IASSIST Quarterly (IQ) has moved to a new platform!  This enables a lot of positive enhancements behind the scenes for processing submissions and posting new issues, but will be mainly transparent for readers.  The link below will take you to the new site, including both new issues and our full backfile.

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IASSIST Quarterly: Spring/Summer 2009

  • IQ Editor's Notes
    Karsten Boye Rasmussen
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  • Editor's Notes
    Karsten Boye Rasmussen
    Full text (PDF)
  • Guest Editors' Notes
    Mary Vardigan
    Joachim Wackerow
    Full text (PDF)
  • Metadata-Driven Survey Design
    Jeremy Iverson
    Full text (PDF)
  • Questasy: Online Survey Data Dissemination Using DDI 3
    Marika de Bruijne
    Alerk Amin
    Full text (PDF)
  • Implementing DDI 3: The German Microcensus Case Study
    Andias Wira-Alam
    Oliver Hopt
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  • Metadata Creation, Transformation and Discovery for Social Science Data Management: The DAMES Project Infrastructure
    Jesse M. Blum
    Guy C. Warner
    Simon B. Jones
    Paul S. Lambert
    Alison S. F. Dawson
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  • DDI 3 Development at DDA
    Jannik Jensen
    Dan Kristiansen
    Full text (PDF)
  • Controlled Vocabularies for DDI 3: Enhancing Machine-Actionability
    Taina Jaaskelainen
    Meinhard Moschner
    Joachim Wackerow
    Full text (PDF)
  • IASSIST Quarterly

    Publications Special issue: A pioneer data librarian
    Welcome to the special volume of the IASSIST Quarterly (IQ (37):1-4, 2013). This special issue started as exchange of ideas between Libbie Stephenson and Margaret Adams to collect

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  • Resources

    Resources

    A space for IASSIST members to share professional resources useful to them in their daily work. Also the IASSIST Jobs Repository for an archive of data-related position descriptions. more...

  • community

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    Find out what IASSISTers are doing in the field and explore other avenues of presentation, communication and discussion via social networking and related online social spaces. more...