- What is data?
- Why does data matter?
- What is data literacy?
A suggested step by step process to achieve learning objectives.
- Start with What data is contained in a piece of fruit? [Exercise 1] exercise to get people thinking about data and context.
- Use What is Data? [SlideDeck 1] to build an understanding of what data is.
- Run the Data and Information Q & A [SlideDeck 2] to refine the difference between data and Information further.
- Ask participants to go through Basic Tips to Organising and Managing Data in Humanitarian Response [SlideDeck 3] in pairs, asking them to make notes about what they would like to learn more about.
- Finish with a large group discussion with participants talking about how they see data helping them in their work and what they want to learn more about.
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Short, discrete social learning experiences
- What data is contained in a piece of fruit? [Exercise 1] An ‘intro to data exercise’ that shows how data is everywhere.
Distilled information for use as standalone or parts of presentations.
- What is Data? [SlideDeck 1] A short deck that provides a definition and an overview of how data gets turned into information.
- Data and Information Q & A [SlideDeck 2] Quiz on the difference between data and information.
- Basic Tips to Organising and Managing Data in Humanitarian Response [SlideDeck 3] Practical tips for collecting and managing data in humanitarian response.
- Why Data Matters [SlideDeck 4]. Provides context for data use within IFRC.
- Data Basics [SlideDeck 5]. A French language version of the Why Data Matters slide deck.
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Further readings & resources
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