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Data Architecures Workshop @ SSIR Data on Purpose

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Architectures for Data Management & Storage
Architectures for Data Culture
Architectures for Data Security
Data Architectures:
Frameworks for Data Storage and Use

Data Architectures
Architectures for Data Use
Rahul Bhargava
Research Scientist
MIT Center for Civic Media
@rahulbot

Key Questions
what are some processes and tools we can use?
make it easy to add, find and use data
what is the minimal appropriate solution?
Goals
usable
organized
described
accessible
Techniques
organized & described
unorganized & not described
accessible &
usable
inaccessible
& unusable
printouts on a desk
random spreadsheets on
various computer
disorganized share
file server
central organized
database
web-based data
dashboard
templated spreadsheets
on various people's computers
Solutions
Discussion
what data language does our org speak?
how is our data organized now?
what is the right solution for us?
Key Questions
what does security
mean for us?
what level of data security is right for us?
Access as a Security Issue
Longevity as a Security Issue
technical
vulnerabilities
social
vulnerabilities
external
threats
internal
threats
secondary
uses
data
validity
data integrity
data ownership
Policies
match your needs
balance strictness with flexibility
Discussion
what is our worst data nightmare?
what policies work for us now?
what problems should our policies address?
Practices
accommodate existing
patterns
meet people where they are
why do we need an architecture?
Discussion
where are we now?
what are some small steps we
can take to move forward?
Discussion
which of our audiences are receptive to data-driven stories?
Key Questions
Key Questions
what is a data culture?
what is our existing data culture?
how do we build a data culture?
Definitions
data-centric?
data-driven?
data-informed?
Organization Structure and Practices
data roles
data ownership
data champions
Strategies
look for internal advocates / experts

look for key exemplars

build external relationships

lead from the top and from below

baby steps are ok
Approaches
CWRF Framework from Beth Kanter
does the data we have align with our goals?
how can we use data to further our mission?
what are some opportunities to use data to bring our partners and/or audiences together?
Qualitative
or
Quantitative
chronological
sequential
divergent
repeating
geolocated
interview
focus group
photo
survey
tabular
narrative
Goals
raise awareness
change policy
change behaviour
grow membership
change social norms
get funding
inspire activism
reflect on performance
inform
educate
monitor programs
evaluate outcomes
Data is an Asset
improve
operations
spread the
message
bring people
together
Strategies
technologies vs. goals

what's the call to action?

what are the indicators measuring?
data for social change?
About Me
About You
This Workshop
the art of making social change
through making media
tracking
media
attention
making
media
encouraging
engagement
promisetracker.org
dashboard.mediameter.org
readfold.com
Research Scientist
at the
MIT Center for
Civic Media
Data Literacy
activities
tools
teaching
introduce yourselves!
break!
break!
architectures for data management and storage
architectures for
data security
architectures for
data culture
architectures for
data use
your topic here
your topic here
Your Topic Here
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