Data Feminism and Data Justice

“Data” can seem like an abstract term – What counts as data? Who decides what is counted? How is data created? What is it used for? These questions are some of the ones you might ask when applying a Data Feminist framework to you research. Data Feminism goes beyond looking at the mechanics and logistics […]

Introducing Megan Ozeran, Data Analytics and Visualization Resident Librarian

This latest installment of our series of interviews with Scholarly Commons experts and affiliates features Megan Ozeran, the Data Analytics and Visualization Resident Librarian at the Scholarly Commons.Welcome, Megan! What is your background and work experience? I received a BA in Media Studies with an English minor from Pomona College (in sunny southern California). After […]