National eVIR Workshop: Working with video data within humanities and social sciences
Working with video data within humanities and social sciences: Notification form, privacy, storing and recording data, and ethical challenges.
Workshop for: Researchers working with audio and video for use within research and teaching. Technical support staff within the same area.
(Project leader eVIR, Professor Kirsti Klette).
Norwegian Centre for Research Data (NSD) informs about notification form, requirements concerning anonymity and privacy when working with video data.
(Marie Schildmann, Senior Advisor, NSD/ Data Protection Official).
Questions and comments
11.15 – 11.30 Short break
11.30 – 12.15
Solutions for storing data: Information about Services for sensitive data (TSD) .
(Group leader Maria Francesca Iozzi (USIT)
Questions and comments
12.15 – 13.00 LUNCH (Cafe Dejlig) (Lunch served)
13.00 – 14.15
Lab solutions/ solutions for recording video data:
(Musicology, Psychology, Educational Science)
- Motion Capture Lab
Associate Professor Alexander Jensenius
(Department of Musicology, Faculty of Humanities)
- Psykologi Laben
Senior Engineer Egil Telle/Associate Professor Hanne Strømme
(Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences)
- TeachingLearningVideoLab (TLV),
Senior Engineer Torgeir Christiansen
(Dept. of Teacher Education and School Research, Faculty of Educational Sciences)
14.15 – 15.30
Lab tour with demonstration of solutions.
Kirsti, Torgeir & Astrid
Norwegian Centre for Research Data (NSD), eVIR and Services for sensitive data (TSD).
NSD Notification form: Registering projects and how NSD might help you. What do you need to know before filling out the notification form?
Storing data: TSD University of Oslo talks about the
possibillities concerning requirements for managing and storing research data.
Lab solutions: An opportunity to visit the different lab solutions within the fields of music, psychology and teacher education at Music and Motion Lab, Department of Psychology and Teaching Learning Videolab.
Who is the workshop for?
Researchers working with audio and video for use within research and teaching. Technical support staff within the same area.
Register by February 27th.
Max. 40 participants.