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How can you map the world's libraries? (Africa Data Project)
(University of Washington Information School, 2018-02-22)
The Africa Data Project investigates how to create sustainable systems for data collection, use, and analysis across multiple African library systems. This poster will provide an overview of one of the first questions that we are investigating: How can library locations be collected and verified? Locational data are key to ...
Co-creating MLIS Curriculum for Cultural Competence and Community-Driven Learning: Making Progress for the Future of Libraries
The University of Washington Information School's Gates Foundation-funded Distinguished Practitioner in Residence (DPIR) program is designed to make a more impactful connection between public libraries and the academy. During her tenure, Susan Hildreth, the inaugural DPIR, set out to develop a framework that would result in ...
Development and Access to Information (DA2i) Dashboards FAQs
(Technology & Social Change Group, 2020-07-07)
The Technology & Social Change Group at the University of Washington Information School has released the Development and Access to Information (DA2i) Dashboards, a data visualization platform that tracks the progress of countries and regions on key indicators related to three dimensions of meaningful access to information: ...