Data Literacy Module 1: From Evidence to Stories

Data literacy is the ability to read, understand, work with, analyze, and argue with data. It is also the ability to derive meaningful information from data. Data literacy is not simply the ability to read text since it requires quantitative and analytical skills (for example: mathematical and statistical) involving reading and understanding data. Hence, with increased data literacy, one will be able to produce more insightful and evidence-based stories. This program has been localized to meet the local context of Thailand. EWMI-ODI and training team would like to express gratitude to the original program of  World Bank’s Data Literacy Program, and advisors who supported the curriculum improvement for Thailand.  This component introduces data and how you could use it to create forest stories. It will also explain what open data is and how it affects policy at the national level. Through the analysis of a number of case studies, participants will explore how data from various sectors have been used to create data-driven stories.

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Data Resource Preview - 1.1 Introduction to Data Literacy Training Program (Thai)

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Document type Conference/workshop proceedings and presentations
Language of document
  • English
  • Thai
Topics Education and training
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Thailand
Copyright No
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The training has been conducted for local partners in Thailand during February - April 2021. All materials are open and freely shared to all participants. There may be the third parties' sample of datasets that have been used, adapted and referred for the purpose of the training. ODI has no responsibilities if the data has not been updated.

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Author (corporate) Open Development Thailand
Publication place Thailand
Publisher Open Development Initiative (ODI)
Publication date 2021
Keywords Data Literacy
Date uploaded February 23, 2021, 06:08 (UTC)
Date modified February 26, 2021, 06:05 (UTC)