Here's one I prepared earlier.... From some research data I worked on with some colleagues. Use of Instagram by libraries.
"It has been said that 80% of all research data has a geographic or spatial component." -- Thing 20
|Library||Information literacy and data management, where information literacy focuses on statistics, and data management on organizational skills needed to create, process, and preserve original data sets. -- Databrarians|
|Entrepreneurs||The ability to find insights within data, and then take action based on those findings. -- Forbes|
|Political Science||Ability to use data analysis to answer questions in modern political debates such as sources of voting behavior, the correlates of war, the determinants of development, political economy, psychology, institutions, and conflict -- Data Literacy and Data Visualization course by The Ohio State University|
|Writing and Journalism||"data-literacy is the ability to consume for knowledge, produce coherently and think critically about data. Data literacy includes statistical literacy but also understanding how to work with large data sets, how they were produced, how to connect various data sets and how to interpret them." -- Data Journalism Handbook|
|Teachers and Students||"Being able to read a chart or graph and being able to critique it.... A component of data literacy is to be able to develop an argument with it" -- Sarah Williams, MIT|
|Citizens||How to interact with big data and understand the possibilities it holds. Analyze data. With a focus on participatory government as a right. -- Camilla Monckton, Voices from Eurasia blog.|