Workshop Program - 26/04/2022
|Time (CET)||Session title||Presenters|
|14:00 (10 min)||Opening||Manuel León-Urrutia|
|14:10 (30 min)||Round table: The Data Literacy Spectrum: From education, to Professional Training, to Industry.||Davide Taibi, Ugljesa Marjanovic, Andrea Nelson Mauro, Manuel León (moderator)|
|14:40 (20 min)||Short paper 1: One year of DALIDA Data Literacy Workshops for Adults: a Report||Christophe Debruyne, Laura Grehan, Mairéad Hurley, Anne Kearns and Ciarán O'Neill.|
|15:00 (30 min)||Long paper 1: Towards benchmarking data literacy||David Tarrant, Calum Inverarity, Emilie Forrest and Phil Greenwood|
|15:45 (30 min)||Long paper 2: Towards digital economy through data literate workforce||Maja Miloradov, Slavko Rakic and Ugljesa Marjanovic.|
|16:15 (30 min)||Keynote: Culturally Responsive Data Literacy: An Emerging and Important Construct.||Ellen Mandinach|
|16:45 (30 min)||Plenary discussion||Davide Taibi (moderator)|
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:
We are inviting submissions of original, unpublished articles. Potential topics include (but are not limited to):
What do we mean by data literacy?
Why do we need data literacy?
How should data literacy be achieved?
How is data literacy addressed in educational settings?
What are the broader political, social and philosophical implications of data literacy?
What are the practical implications of data literacy?
What is the role of data intermediaries or facilitators? Is Data literacy for everybody, or will we always have the need for intermediaries between the creators/providers of the data and the consumers in order to provide insight on the context and meaning of the data?
Using Data Literacy for:
- Enabling data journalism
- Making research more sustainable and reproducible over time
- Enabling smart cities for all
- Enhancing efficiency of e-Government
- Enabling data-based services
- Creating and understanding data visualization
- Data collaboration and crowsourced data
- Understanding control/surveilance/access limitation over the Internet
- The role of statistics for data interpretation
Workshop papers should be no more than 12 pages in length (maximum 8 pages for the main paper content + maximum 2 pages for appendixes + maximum 2 pages for references). Papers must be submitted in PDF according to the ACM format published in the ACM guidelines, selecting the generic “sigconf” sample. The PDF files must have all non-standard fonts embedded. Workshop papers must be self-contained and in English.
Please submit via easychair: https://easychair.
- Submission deadline: February 3, 2022
- Acceptance notification: March 3, 2022
- Camera-ready version: March 10, 2022
- Workshops: April 25-26, 2022
- Manuel León, University of Southampton, UK (main contact)
- Johanna Walker, University of Southampton, UK
- Davide Taibi, Italian National Research Center