Social Science Electronic Data Library-Related Publications

Card. J.J., Kuhn, T., & Wells, T. (2006). User-Centered design and innovation in the Sociometrics Social Science Electronic Data Library (SSEDL). IASSIST Quarterly, 30(2), 12-17.

Card, J.J., & Kuhn, T. (2006). Development of online suites of social science-based resources for health researchers and practitioners. Social Science Computer Review, 24(2), 255-261.

Card, J. J., Shapiro, L., Amarillas, A., McKean, E., & Kuhn, T. (2003).Broadening public access to data through the development of tools for data novices. Social Science Computer Review, 21(3), 352-359.

Card, J. J. (2001). Archiving: Ethical aspects. In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (Eds.). Pages 646-649. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Carley, M. & Card, J. J. (2000). The Social Science Electronic Data Library: Serving the needs of data librarians and users. IASSIST Quarterly. 24(3), 8-14.

Card, J. J. (2000). Development and dissemination of an electronic library of exemplary social science data. Social Science Computer Review, 18(1), 82-86.

Card, J. J. (1996). Data, publication, and program archives addressing adolescent sexuality, pregnancy, and STDs. Journal of Adolescent Health (Research Resources Brief), 19(2), 82.

Card, J. J. (1996). Development of the Sociometrics Data Library on families, aging, substance abuse, and AIDS. Social Science Computer Review, 14(3), 305-309.

Card, J. J. (1996, March). The Sociometrics social science data and instrument library: A national resource for teen pregnancy research and evaluation. PSAY Network, 9-10.

Card, J. J. & McKean, E. (1995). Development of software to facilitate use of archived data sets. IASSIST Quarterly, 19(3), 4-11.

Card, J.J. (1994). Introduction: Using existing data on the status and well-being of the American family. In J.J. Card, et al. (Eds.), The American family: A compendium of data and sources. New York, NY: Garland Publishing Company.

Sherman Williams, B., Card, J.J., and the staff of the Data Archive on Adolescent Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention (1993). Instruments from the Data Archive on Adolescent Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention. In J.J. Card (Ed.), Handbook of adolescent sexuality and pregnancy: research and evaluation instruments. Newbury Park: Sage Publications.

Card, J.J., & Peterson, J.L. (1991). Establishing and operating a social science data archive. In J. E. Sieber(Ed.), Data sharing: Advantages and challenges. Newbury Park: Sage Publications.

Card, J.J. (1989, January). Facilitating data sharing. ASA Footnotes.

Card, J.J. (1988). The Data Archive on Adolescent Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention. In J. Vanderlin & W. Barrows (Eds.), Ins and Outs of Population Data. New York: Association for Population/Family Planning Librariesand Information Centers.

Card, J.J. (1987). Retrieving item-specific information from social science raw-data files. Social Science Microcomputer Review, 5(2), 198-207.

DAAPPP: Data Archive on Adolescent Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention. (1986). Population Index, 52(4), 647-650.

Card, J.J. (1986). Topically-focused data archives: A new paradigm for the codification of social science research. IASSIST Quarterly, 10(1), 35-43.

Card, J.J., & Lin, S. (1985). Benchmark comparisons of mainframeversus microcomputer analysis of social science data. Social Science Microcomputer Review, 3(4), 326-332.