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Data for Citizen Science and Developing Community Data Online

There is so much data out there, but how do we know what data we need to impact our communities for the better? As more individuals work to apply their data skills developed through the academic programs, it is becoming clear that knowing where and how to use data is just as vital within a research project as it is to support community advocacy. 

This workshop will identify how to best collect, ethically use, and manage community based data projects for citizen science use. If you are interested in learning how to best connect data skills to community advocacy, please join us for a hands on session using local data! 

This workshop is a part of CMU Libraries’ Communicating Data and Research Storytelling . For other workshops in the series, please see the links below at CMU Libraries website: 

Data Storytelling | February 13th 

Data Visualization Best Practices | February 20th

Data Visualization in Tableau | February 27th

Data Visualization and Tableau Dashboards | March 12th 

Data Visualization in R | March 19th

Introduction to Data Visualization in R Shiny | March 26th 

Data for Citizen Science on Community Data | April 2nd

Tuesday, April 2, 2024
9:00am - 10:00am
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Virtual Workshop
  IGL & DEI CC     Information & Data Literacy CC     Working With Data  
This is a virtual event. A URL to participate will be sent via a reminder email 24 hours before the event.
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Emma Slayton

Data Curation, Visualization, and GIS Specialist