0
THE	
  INFOLAB	
  
INFOLAB CAMPAIGN
« FOSTERING (OPEN) DATA CULTURE »
Amandine Brugière
Open Data Week Marseille
June 2013
DOES DATA REMAIN « GEEK-SPECIFIC » ?
(AND MEN-SPECIFIC) ?
WRANLING DATA IS STILL CHALLENGING
IT	
  Development	
  skills	
  for	
  
data-­‐base	
  manipula?on	
  
Basic	
  familiar...
WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS ?
To	
  become	
  geeks	
  ?	
  	
  
Adding	
  coding,	
  maths,	
  algorithms,	
  sta?s?cs	
...
WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS ?
To	
  facilitate	
  public	
  access	
  to	
  necessary	
  ressources	
  ?	
  
Tools	
  and...
What forms of mediation/intermediation to educate and
support the data manipulation efforts of the general public ?
INFOLA...
Tools
Technologies
Methods
Targeted services
Skills
Available data
Open Data
Self-generated data
Legal rights
Research
BUS...
Teach the fundamentals of coding and
statistics
Develop popular education
Develop plateforms for the incubation and
suppor...
DATA WRANLING CALLS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A
COLLABORATIVE CULTURE
THE AIM OF INFOLAB CAMPAIGN IS TO CREATE SPACES
THAT FO...
2 WORKSHOPS TOMORROW
9.30 am
Decision-making approaches with data
2.30 pm
Skills of data culture
Charles Nepote
Amandine BrugièreFaustine Bougro
Claire Gallon Sarah Labelle
Simon ChignardLoup Cellard
Fabienne Guibé
INFO...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Infolab - Open Data Week Marseille

5,414

Published on

Les slides de la présentation de la Campagne Infolab à l'Open Dat Week Marseille

Published in: Technology, Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
5,414
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
15
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Infolab - Open Data Week Marseille "

  1. 1. THE  INFOLAB   INFOLAB CAMPAIGN « FOSTERING (OPEN) DATA CULTURE » Amandine Brugière Open Data Week Marseille June 2013
  2. 2. DOES DATA REMAIN « GEEK-SPECIFIC » ? (AND MEN-SPECIFIC) ?
  3. 3. WRANLING DATA IS STILL CHALLENGING IT  Development  skills  for   data-­‐base  manipula?on   Basic  familiarity  with   algorithms   Graphic  design  skills   Some  understanding  of   sta?s?cs  (the  rules  for   large-­‐scale  data-­‐analysis)   It requires Awareness  of  existence   of  data   Awareness  of  the  range   of  knew  knowledge  of   data  manipula?on   Awareness  of  the   underlying  issues   (poli?cal,  economic)  
  4. 4. WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS ? To  become  geeks  ?     Adding  coding,  maths,  algorithms,  sta?s?cs  courses  in   school  curricula  
  5. 5. WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS ? To  facilitate  public  access  to  necessary  ressources  ?   Tools  and  human  ressources      
  6. 6. What forms of mediation/intermediation to educate and support the data manipulation efforts of the general public ? INFOLAB CAMPAIGN
  7. 7. Tools Technologies Methods Targeted services Skills Available data Open Data Self-generated data Legal rights Research BUSINESSES Competitiveness Marketing Innovation… PUBLIC ACTORS Efficiency Participation Valorisation… VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS New Tools Effectiveness Skilling… LOCAL MEDIA Datajournalism Services Participatory media… … Gain awareness, discover, explore, train, valorise, colaborate, support… An openly accessible, permanent platform THE 'INFOLAB' CONCEPT
  8. 8. Teach the fundamentals of coding and statistics Develop popular education Develop plateforms for the incubation and support of data-based projects Stimulate the development and use of co-produced data Offer open hack data spaces Offer a vector for public consultations Participatory democracy Develop technical training for existing tools
  9. 9. DATA WRANLING CALLS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COLLABORATIVE CULTURE THE AIM OF INFOLAB CAMPAIGN IS TO CREATE SPACES THAT FOSTER THE COLLABORATIVE USE OF DATA AND DEVELOP A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE QUANTIFICATION OF OUR WORLD.
  10. 10. 2 WORKSHOPS TOMORROW 9.30 am Decision-making approaches with data 2.30 pm Skills of data culture
  11. 11. Charles Nepote Amandine BrugièreFaustine Bougro Claire Gallon Sarah Labelle Simon ChignardLoup Cellard Fabienne Guibé INFOLAB TEAM
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×