Libby Bishop is the Coordinator for International Data Infrastructures in the Data Archive for the Social Sciences at GESIS Leibniz-Institute for Social Sciences in Germany. GESIS is a service provider to the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA). She manages the overall relationship between the two organizations, leads the Training Project, and coordinates numerous additional projects involving staff from GESIS and other European research data infrastructures on topics such as digital behavioral data, metadata, and community outreach. She leads a task on developing remote secure access for sensitive data within the European Open Science Cloud initiative via the Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud Project. She is also Team Leader of the GESIS Metadata Standards and Interoperability Team. She is an experienced researcher, with expertise in interviewing, observational ethnography, and secondary analysis of qualitative data. Her research explores the methodological and ethical challenges posed when curating data for sharing and reuse. Her most recent publication investigates differences between platforms and data types regarding informed consent for linking survey and social media data.
- 1993 Ph.D., Labor Economics and Organizational
Theory, University of California, Berkeley (1993)
- I am an experienced researcher, with expertise in interviewing and observational ethnography.
- My current research explores the ethical challenges posed when curating big data (e.g., administrative, transaction, social media, and other genres) for data sharing and reuse.
Bishop, Libby, and Kuula-Luumi Arja. 2017. "Revisiting Qualitative Data Re-use: A Decade On." SAGE Open 7 (1): 1-15. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2158244016685136.To top
Contribution to edited volume
Corti, Louise, and Libby Bishop. 2020. "Ethical issues in data sharing and archiving." In Handbook of research ethics and scientific integrity , edited by Ron Ifophen, 403-426. Cham: Springer. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-16759-2_17.
Bishop, Libby, and Daniel Gray. 2017. "Ethical Challenges of Publishing and Sharing Social Media Research Data." In The ethics of Internet-mediated Research and Using Social Research,To top
Corti, Louise, Libby Bishop, Veerle Van den Eynden, Matthew Woollard, Maureen Haaker, and Scott Summers. 2020. Managing and sharing research data: A guide to good practice. Los Angeles u.a.: Sage.To top
Working and discussion paper
Bishop, Libby. 2017. Big data and data sharing: Ethical issues. UK Data Service. https://bigdata.ukdataservice.ac.uk/media/604711/big-data-and-data-sharing_ethical-issues.pdf.