Our Approach to data literacy
Research Tools and Tailored Training
We aim to equip organizations with the necessary
tools and knowledge to generate and analyze data effectively. Enabling our clients and stakeholders to build internal resources will help them achieve capacity building and establish a more solid foundation for growth and sustainability.
Data Literacy General Workshops and Training
We will conduct workshops to highlight and advocate the importance of research and the crucial necessity of data. Moreover, we will demonstrate best practice methodologies on how to conduct research effectively and ethically, and how to analyze it for the best insights and informed decision-making. Responsible and ethical data usage is central to our mission, we will therefore provide educational training on data laws, regulations and policies, compliance with data privacy and protection rules in addition to advocating the importance of knowledge-sharing values,
openness, and transparency.
Open Access and Published Reports
Data is much more impactful and effective when it is appropriately accessible and reusable which is why AMD research will frequently develop social research reports as well as general and industry-specific reports, free for all to access and benefit from. In order for society to advance and make tangible progress, it is essential to create a culture that encourages knowledge sharing between stakeholders by providing access to data across all sectors, while ensuring the appropriate data protection policies are enforced and
complied with at national and international levels.
Assessment and Evaluation
Assessment and Evaluation (A&E) occurs in two dimensions: A&E of data literacy education program itself, and A&E of participants engaged in data literacy learning. We help organizations in developing and assessing their data literacy programs, to ensure that the education is understandable and appropriate for everyone, and allows for individual targeted
help. we recognize that assessment must encompass more than just information, content, and results, but evaluation of the entire process.
Why is data literacy important?
As organizations become more data-driven, poor data literacy will become an inhibitor to growth.
Gartner expects that, by 2020, 80% of organizations will initiate deliberate competency development in the field of data literacy to overcome extreme deficiencies. By 2020, 50% of organizations will lack sufficient data literacy skills to achieve business value.
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We recognize our duty to preserve objectivity, integrity, and independence in the creation and dissemination of our research and analysis. We are committed to avoiding bias and conflicts of interest.