DATE/TIME: Thursday, December 17, 2020 11:00am - 11:45am EDT
Wrapped up an exciting year of Data Literacy program development at The Data Lodge and had the opportunity to ask our founder, Val Logan, a bunch of questions!
Questions covered multiple topics from our audience, both live and presubmitted!
Some of the questions asked include:
You'll have to listen to the replay to hear more exciting, and difficult(!) questions asked of Val.
Val joined Drew Smith for an IIA webinar to discuss the important topic of building the case for Data Literacy, and what could happen if you don't.
Take a few moments to listen to this all important replay, found on the IIA website.
The Data Lodge is so very excited to announce our new partnership with Juice Analytics, providers of an efficient and exciting way to visualize data sets and share them with others.
As a company that has long been as passionate about data as we are, Juice has enabled companies and individuals bring the communication through data to the masses through their intuitive Juicebox application.
Why partner? As Val has said,
"Data Literacy and Data Storytelling. Together like ‘peas and carrots’, as Forrest Gump would say. And The Data Lodge and Juice Analytics partnership is the same. From the day I read his book Data Fluency, to the first day I spoke with Zach about his vision, and how he and Juice help clients to simplify complex stories, I knew our missions were aligned. Committed to pioneering new ways to help simplify the ever-complex data and analytics space into meaningful narratives that we all can understand."
We are excited about this partnership, as together we work...
A rare, in-depth conversation with Lee and Greg looking back at the 3+ year Data and Analytics journey so far at the Society, welcoming their next CDO, fostering data literacy as part of a data-informed culture, and Greg’s experience as one of our Inaugural Bootcamp and Community members at The Data Lodge!
A CONVERSATION WITH:
DATE/TIME: Thursday, June 18, 2020 11:00am - 11:45am EDT
How do you know when it's the right time for your organization to start a Data Literacy program? How do you advocate and "make the case" for Data Literacy, and is it ever the "right" time?
In this month's webinar, we looked at the key ways to assess readiness, build the case and overcome classic objections and concerns.
Register to listen to our replay where we discussed:
1) What is a Data Literacy program, and who is placing this bet now?
2) Weighing the dynamics of "why or why not" now? Classic concerns and objections.
3) Outlining 7 tips to help you make the case for kickstarting your Data Literacy program.
DATE/TIME: Thursday, May 21, 2020 11:00am - 11:45am EDT
Given the times we're living in, I wanted to know: "what do Data & Analytics leaders need most right now when it comes to driving their Data Literacy and culture work"?
So, I asked.
In this month's webinar we discussed:
1) What I learned about their views and intentions around the role of Data Literacy.
2) How these leaders are balancing new demands with real constraints and challenges.
3) What they said that they need most, and how I'm going to help them.
Listen in on a Data Foundation interview with Val on how to get started on a successful Data Literacy Program.
While living in unprecedented times, one thing is clear: the ability to make data-informed and evidence-based decisions has never been more critical in our work lives and personal lives. Data literacy has been emerging steadily as a top priority for workforce upskilling, yet we now also see firsthand the criticality of citizen data literacy.
As a basis for near-term steps and longer-term planning, this webinar set a baseline and common language to address:
What is data literacy and why does it matter now (individually and collectively)?
What does a data literacy program include, and who is doing this today?
What are the key steps to get started?
We are excited to announce on March 17, 2020, Valerie Logan is one of the five new members of The Data Foundation's Board of Directors.
Washington, D.C. – The Data Foundation, a non-profit think tank focused on encouraging the use of data to benefit society, welcomes five new members to the Board of Directors.
Dr. Molly Irwin, Vice President, Research and Science, Pew Charitable Trusts;
Ms. Valerie Logan, CEO and Founder, The Data Lodge;
Dr. Kathryn Newcomer, Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration, George Washington University;
Dr. Nancy Potok, former Chief Statistician of the United States;
Mr. Kris Rowley, former chief data officer, General Services Administration
These current and former leaders from the private sector, academia, government, and nonprofits will support the Data Foundation to expand and diversify our research, programming, and education initiatives.
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