Learning from What Works: Data Cooperatives

  • Jun 17, 2023 10:00AM–3:00PM

  • Online Synchronous

  • 80 - 270 USD

  • Certificate Course

  • English + Español (Live Transl.)

This course highlights the potential for data cooperatives to provide a more equitable and sustainable model for collecting, managing, and using data. These cooperatives are owned and governed by their members, who are typically the individuals or groups who contribute their data to the cooperative. This allows for a more democratic approach to data management, where the individuals or groups who are directly affected by the use of their data have a say in how it is collected, managed, and used. By examining working models, we can gain a better understanding of the potential for data cooperatives to empower individuals and groups and help them benefit from the value of their data in the digital economy.

Learning
Journey

    Class 1

    with Learning from What Works: Data Cooperatives

    June 17, 2023 - 10AM-12PM EST

    • Data cooperatives and the promotion of data transparency and accountability
    • The role of data cooperatives in supporting data commons and open data initiatives
    • Data standards and interoperability in data cooperatives
    • Financing and funding options for data cooperatives
    • The democratization of access and control of data

    Class 2

    with Learning from What Works: Data Cooperatives

    June 17, 2023 - 1PM-3PM EST

    • Collaborative models for creating and managing data in data cooperatives
    • Data cooperatives and the promotion of cultural diversity and equity
    • Data cooperatives and the role of data in shaping public policy
    • Data cooperatives and the role of data in promoting healthy and sustainable communities
    • The potential for data cooperatives to support innovation

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