Many Different Sessions and Workshops
This year, #BaltimoreDataDay was #BaltimoreDataWeek! Our annual workshops helping neighborhoods access data for their communities will be held online, over the course of a week!
At this 12th Annual Baltimore Data Day (Week), we will be hosting sessions and workshops all week! Community leaders, nonprofit organizations, governmental entities and civic-minded technologists can come together to see the latest trends in community-based data and learn how other groups are using data to support and advance constructive change. Baltimore Data Week is structured around a series of “how to” interactive workshops in which people who work with data will explain what data is available, where to find and access data, and how data can be actionable for communities.
All sessions are recorded and archived on BNIA’s YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/bniajfi).
Thanks to all Baltimore Data Week panelists and speakers for volunteering their time this week! See a full list of bios here.
This Year’s Presentations (Coming Soon) | Archive of Past Data Day Presentations
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What is Data Day?
Baltimore Data Day is an annual workshop to help communities expand their capacity to use technology and data to advance their goals. At the 12th Annual Baltimore Data Week, community leaders, nonprofit organizations, governmental entities and civic-minded “hackers” came together to see the latest trends in community-based data, technology and tools and learn how other groups are using data to support and advance constructive change. Baltimore Data Day is structured around a series of “how to” interactive workshops in which people who work with data will explain what data is available, how to access data, and why data can be actionable for communities.
Baltimore Data Week 2020 is sponsored by: