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Title:Co-designing data labs at the public library: Data literacy with, for, and by teens
Author(s):Bowler, Leanne; Rosin, Mark; Lopatovska, Irene; Vroom, Laura
Subject(s):Data Literacy
Participatory Design
Co-Design
Teens
Abstract:Abstract. This poster presents research investigating youth data literacy at the public library. The Data Literacy with, for, and by Youth project is framed by principles of participatory design, and asks, how might an informal STEM learning environment such as the public library, support the development of the skills, knowledge, and dispositions that young people need for them to take charge of their data lives, from data creation to data use – to be, in short, data literate. The problem of how to approach something as complex as data literacy in the voluntary drop-in setting of informal, after-school sites of learning - the public library being one such place - guides this study. The aim of the project is to design, build, test, and evolve theory and practice around informal data literacy education alongside youth, with the goal of building a holistic, humanistic, and youth-oriented model of data literacy which incorporates social-awareness, critical approaches, and “goodness of fit” into STEM learning about data.
Issue Date:2022-02-28
Publisher:iSchools
Genre:Conference Poster
Type:Other
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/113734
Rights Information:Copyright 2022 is held by Leanne Bowler, Mark Rosin, Irene Lopatovska, and Laura Vroom. Copyright permissions, when appropriate, must be obtained directly from the authors.
Date Available in IDEALS:2022-04-22


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