In #LoveDataWeek we thought we’d celebrate four years of the #DataImpactBlog with a look back over some of the varied posts from the last four years. We’ve posted content from a range of writers who’ve been creating, managing and using some of the wonderful data assets we make available, in the UK and internationally, researching change in people’s lives over time and guiding the development of policy. What themes have emerged and what’s changed in the data impact space?
Author: Victoria Moody
The Lancet Countdown is a unique research collaboration between 24 international academic institutions and inter-governmental organisations. The Lancet Countdown monitors progress on the relationships between health and climate change, and their implications for national governments, reporting annually and making recommendations for activity to mitigate climate change.
Are you an early career researcher or analyst in a UK university or UK registered Charity? Are you using UK Data Service data in your impactful research and analysis? Apply to be one of our 2019 Data Impact Fellows
The UK Data Service spotlights its #CiteTheData campaign focused on how data citation is central not only to understanding the use of data in the collection, but helps researchers promote their research and contributes to international initiatives on impact – so please #CiteTheData.
Heather Joshi, Alex Bryson, David Wilkinson and Kelly Ward from the Department of Social Sciences, Institute of Education, University College London consider the gender pay gap for people born in 1958 and the effects of unequal pay on financial equality.
The UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows 2017-2019 talk about their research and developing impact. The Data Impact Fellows programme is designed to support the use of UK Data Service data and resources by new generations of scholars through the research partnerships they develop and the students they teach through out their careers. Hear more about their role as #DataImpactFellows.
The UK Data Service hosted a panel session and networking event on 13 October 2016 at the Lighthouse in Glasgow. A panel comprising some of Scotland’s leading data innovators explored data re-use in policy and research, sharing their experiences of demonstrating data enhanced impact. Here are the highlights of #DataImpact2016.