Fundamentals of Data Partnerships (D104)

Authors: Cécile Petitgand (Data Lama), Samuel Kohn (Open North), Judith François-Langevin (Open North); digitization by Lucas Mesquita

Across the world, organizations are collecting an increasing amount of digital data that they are using for multiple applications. This data has great potential for producing knowledge and improving the activities and impacts of organizations. At the same time, this data raises several challenges and issues related to their ethical and responsible use and sharing.

This course is an introduction to data partnerships. These partnerships are initiatives that bring together several organizations around a common objective, which requires the sharing and exploitation of data. Partnerships involve all types of organizations, public, private, parapublic and non-profit, who are interested in using and sharing data to advance the common good.

This introductory course on data partnerships offers you the opportunity to discover the fundamental notions of this type of collaboration, as well as examples and concrete resources to begin your thinking. The course is an introduction to data partnerships that is intended to be accessible to a wide audience of people interested in data collaborations for the common good.
  • Course Introduction
  • Module 1: Fundamentals of data partnerships
  • Module 2: Key steps for implementing a data partnership
  • Course Summary
  • Post-course Survey
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed