Data, crowds, and change
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Examples of how data and crowds are changing how we make change happen

Examples of how data and crowds are changing how we make change happen

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  • Data from and about foundations and nonprofits
  • Data about giving
  • Data about data about nonprofits
  • Foundations parsing data as contribution to policy debates
  • Data sources and tools to use to understand them
  • New kinds of data – new measures of progress
  • Really new kinds of data – truck drivers text messages about corruption at check points
  • Ability to manage big data, and reach to new users, one reason prizes are so popular – these are judged prizes
  • These are crowdsourced prizes
  • Crowds also make change
  • Informal networks put data to use to make change
  • Crowds make change and send data that makes more change
  • Data and crowds emerge in “emergencies”
  • Crowds dumped together by nature make the most of crowds and new tools
  • Some changemakers like informal learning and networks
  • Some like formal networks and places to work

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  • 1. Data, Crowds, and Change
    Lucy Bernholz
  • 2. Data from and about giving
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  • 5. Data for policy change and strategy
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  • 9. New sources of data: crowds
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  • 11. Fromwatradehub.com and http://bombasticelements.blogspot.com/2009_12_01_archive.html
  • 12. New sources of ideas and action: crowds
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  • 18. Hashtags guide travelers to right resources
    Slide from Slidesharehttp://www.slideshare.net/shanxz/ashtag. Credit Shashank Nigam
  • 19. Data tools as organizing supports