Data Positivity: Data Doing Good
Our theme this year is “Data Positivity: Data Doing Good.” We will focus on stories of data making a difference in policy, healthcare, elections, and more. We’ll include sessions on learning how to access and use data, for beginners up to seasoned data experts. And back by popular demand, we’ll also showcase some of the hidden data gems you can find in the ICPSR archive.
We are excited to announce our full lineup in the coming days, but you can get a sneak peek by visiting the Biennial Meeting home page.
The ICPSR Biennial Meeting takes place October 6-8, 2021. Typically held in person, this year’s event will be held virtually and for the first time will be completely free and open to the public.
The entire event will take place online through virtual meeting spaces such as Zoom and Kumospace.
Who should come to the Biennial Meeting?
In the past, we have invited hundreds of “train the trainers” from institutions around the world, including academia, foundations, nonprofit organizations, health-related organizations, think tanks, and more.
This year we are thrilled to open the Biennial Meeting to a wider audience, including researchers, data librarians, students, health care workers, journalists, data professionals, and all others interested in learning how data can do good.
Please register below, and feel free to share this invitation.