Restricted Access Data Brown Bag Series
The Computational Research Service and the Vocational Education Cluster of the Center for Poverty Research sponsor a series of brown bag sessions on the use of restricted access data in social science research. The series is part of the Vocational Education Cluster's campus-funded IFHA (Interdisciplinary Frontier in the Humanities and Arts) project.
Begun in 2014, the sessions in the series to date have been:
- Overview of Restricted Access Data and Multi-disciplinary Approaches (MP3)
This session gives an overview of restricted access data and multi-disciplinary approaches to the use of the Add Health restricted access datasets.
Bill McCarthy, Professor of Sociology
Kali Trzesniewski, Professor of Psychology
Kevin Williams, Professor of Economics
Finding Your Own Restricted Access Data: Using Administrative Records (MP3)
This session provides guidance on using administrative records to create your own restricted access data.
Scott Carrell, Economics
Michal Kurlaender, Education
- Finding Restricted Access Data: SSDS Resources and Census Research Data Centers (MP3)
The session is an overview of resources of the Social Science Data Service and the Census Research Data Center at UC Berkeley.
Jean Stratford, Social Science Data Service
Jon Stiles, Executive Director, Census Bureau Research Data Center, UC Berkeley
SSDS List of Restricted Access Data Sources
Census RDC Presentation Slides (PDF)
- Access and Responsible Use (MP3)
This session presents how to gain access to restricted access data. The session will also provide guidance on funding research projects using the data.
Miles McFann, IRB Administration
Jan Carmikle, UC Davis InnovationAccess
Yoke Dellenback, DSS Research Service Center
Introduction to Human Subjects Slides (PDF)
University of Michigan Contract Matrix
ICPSR DSDR Presentation on Restricted Access Data (PDF)
National Science Foundation’s SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants