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Open Data as driver of critical data literacies in Higher Education: Which Data, Which Openness, Which Care?

Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli; Javiera Atenas; Leo Havemann

This Zenodo item contains the Report and subsidiary resources and dataset on the results of the workshop undertaken by the authors: "Open Data as driver of critical data literacies in Higher Education".

Workshop Details:

The workshop explored the educational potential of Open Data as a driver of interdisciplinary dialogue in learning design and pedagogical practices. It offered instruments for designing educational interventions in two simple phases:

  1. A conceptual (but dialogical!) introduction
  2. A “hands on” exercise

The virtual environment used was Blackboard Collaborate as organized and supported by ALT and the OER20 Committee. In these conditions, 73 participants (conference attendees and external participants) engaged in the activity. The participants that expressed their geographical positions (when introducing themselves via the chat in the virtual conference environment) showed diversity, though most participants came from the UK,  elsewhere in Europe, and some from Latin America.

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