Data skills toolkit

Aristea Fotopoulou, Elodie Marandet, Harriet Barratt

Research output: Non-textual outputWeb publication/site

Abstract

The Data Skills Toolkit has been produced by the project ‘ART/DATA/HEALTH: data as creative material for health and wellbeing’, funded by the UKRI-AHRC Innovation Fellowship and led by Dr Aristea Fotopoulou at the University of Brighton.

This Data Skills Toolkit is a free resource available for anyone interested in helping others to understand health and wellbeing data. We hope that third-sector and charity organisations will find it useful for telling stories with health and wellbeing data, and that they will make use of the toolkit in their advocacy work.

The resources included in this Toolkit are the result of a series of workshops that were carried out in Brighton, UK, in early 2020. The ART/DATA/HEALTH project worked with two groups of participants: one made up of employees at the domestic abuse charity RISE, and another group which brought together people from a range of organisations in the health, wellbeing and therapeutic sectors. Each group of participants met for two types of workshop: datahubs, in which they learnt about how to work with data and create stories with them, and creative art workshops, led by the commissioned artists of the ART/DATA/HEALTH project.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • data skills
  • Data Visualisation
  • health and wellbeing
  • digital skills
  • charity
  • Community participation

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