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Second DATAFIED joint meeting in Braunschweig

The second joint meeting of the BMBF-funded DATAFIED project took place from 6 to 8 May in Braunschweig, in the beautiful premises of the Georg Eckert Institut (GEI). Besides GEI, three other institutes (Helmut Schmidt Universität, Institut für Informationsmanagement Bremen, Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation) are involved in the project, which then had the opportunity to talk about the upcoming fieldwork and research methods.

The joint research project partners from DATAFIED. F. l. t. r. : Jasmin Troeger (GEI), Juliane Jarke (ifib), Sigrid Hartong (HSU), Vito Dabisch (HSU), Felicitas Macgilchrist (GEI), Angelina Lange (ifib), Annekatrin Bock (GEI), Ben Mayer (DIPF), Irina Zakharova (ifib), Andreas Breiter (ifib), Sieglinde Jornitz (DIPF).

The first day belonged entirely to the doctoral students. Together with the scientific director Annekatrin Bock, they discussed their doctoral topics as well as the relevant questions concerning the schools. On the second day of the joint meeting, the subprojects discussed their plans, progress, and open questions. In the intensive interdisciplinary exchange, different perspectives and the cross-cutting issues regarding the datafied School emerged, which will certainly contribute to synergy effects during the course of the project. The last day was dedicated to project organization topics such as the methodological coordination, research data management and the Code of Conduct. In a joint project with four participating institutes, the coordination of the joint approach is an essential part of the project work.

Even though there is a continuous telephone contact and video conferences, working together in person is extremely valuable. The breaks, e.g. in the sun on the terrace, are also of great importance for the team.

In the following weeks, the respective subprojects will further develop the results of the second joint meeting.

The Team is also looking forward to their next meeting in autumn, which will take place in Hamburg.

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