International Love Data Week 2023

 

 

Love Data Week 2023

Love Data Week 2023

Data: Agent of Change

 

February 13-17, 2023

#LoveData23

 

Welcome to the official home page of Love Data Week 2023!

Key details

Love Data Week kicks off February 13 and runs through February 17, 2023. The hastag is #LoveData23 (across all platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Mastadon, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, LinkedIn etc).

 

Theme

The theme this year is Data: Agent of Change. Love Data Week is about inspiring your community to use data to bring about changes that matter. Policy change, environmental change, social change... we can move mountains with the right data guiding our decisions. This year, we are focused on helping new and seasoned data users find data training and other resources that can help move the needle on the issues they care about.

Events and Activities

Find events and activities happening locally and virtually around the world: Love Data Week 2023 events and activities

Love Data Week 2023 Events

 

Submit an event or activity

Are you hosting an event or activity for Love Data Week 2023? Submit your information to be included in the official Love Data Week events and activities list (coming soon).

Submit an Event

 

Have Love Data Week updates come to you

Do you love data as much as we do? Sign up for Love Data Week updates via email, and follow Love Data Week on Twitter and Instagram all year long. You can tag us in your posts (@LoveDataWeek) and continue the #LoveData23 conversation anytime!

 

Spread the word

Add this image and text to your social media, events calendars, newsletters and more!

Love Data Week starts February 13, 2023. Sign up now for email announcements and more: https://myumi.ch/ICPSRlovedata23 #LoveData23

Love Data Week 2023 save the datae

 

Additional shareable resources, such as Zoom backgrounds and print-your-own stickers, are available in the Love Data Week 2023 Toolkit

Shareable Resources

 

Are you a Love Data Week organizer?

If you're organizing Love Data Week events and activities at your home institution, please make sure to sign up for the Love Data Week email list to be notified of important dates for 2023.

Save the date! Join us for open planning sessions for Love Data Week event and activity organizers. During these working sessions you'll have a chance to hear from previous Love Data Week organizers, including step-by-step how to's for popular events and activities. 

The final open working session will be held February 1, 2023 at 9am ET (Zoom link).

 

Questions?

Send an email to LoveDataWeek@umich.edu.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Love Data Week? Love Data Week is an international celebration of data, taking place every year during the week of Valentine's day. Universities, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, corporations and individuals are encouraged to host and participate in data-related events and activities. 
  • Who can participate in Love Data Week? Love Data Week is an international, public activity. Each year individual organizations host their own events and activities. The Love Data Week committee maintains a list of all events and activities. 
  • Is Love Data Week a conference? Love Data Week is not a conference. It is a variety of events and activities hosted online, or in person locally around the world. Participants are encouraged to explore the variety of offerings found in the full listing of events and activities and to register for each individually.
  • How can I get involved? Submit your events and activities through the form found on this page. At the end of Love Data Week, a call for new committee members is sent via email. Please sign up for Love Data Week updates via email

International Committee Members

Kelsey Badger, Ohio State University
Patti Condon, University of New Hampshire
Nicole Daly, Villanova University 
Jacquelyn Deppe, Seton Hall
César García, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Lynette Hoelter, ICPSR
Jane Lee, IPUMS Center for Data Integration, University of Minnesota
Katie Pierce-Farrier, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Nathaniel Porter, Virginia Tech
Mary Rausch, West Texas A&M University
Ashley Rockwell, Georgia State University 
Annalee Shelton, ICPSR
Jenna Tyson, ICPSR

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