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Find us at: Make Data Count Summit

27 June 2024

Tasha is going to be attending the Make Data Count Summit on the 5th and 6th of September in London.

“The Make Data Count Summit will convene researchers, institutional representatives, data administrators, funders, policymakers, publishers and infrastructure providers to explore how data metrics can inform responsible assessment of open data usage. Over two days, we will foster a common understanding of existing data metrics and the infrastructure and practices that support them, learn about the latest developments in the collection and applications of data usage information, and discuss necessary next steps in infrastructure, policy and evaluation processes to forward adoption of evidence-based data usage metrics.”

Get in touch if you’d like to schedule time to check in with her.

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