Open Collective
Open Collective

Open Source COVID Data Infrastructure

PROJECT

How are COVID data infrastructures created and transformed by builders and maintainers from the open source community?

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Financial contribution to Open Source COVID Data Infrastr...

Credit from Digital Infrastructure Grants to Open Source COVID Data Infrastructure

+$5,000.00USD
Completed
Contribution #545340
-$5,000.00 USD
Paid
Grant #61982
-$11,073.00 USD
Paid
Grant #47835
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Total raised

$100,000.00 USD

Total disbursed

$100,000.00 USD

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How are COVID data infrastructures created and transformed by builders and maintainers from the open source community?

Recipients: 
  • Megan Finn, University of Washington
  • Ryan Ellis, Northeastern University
  • Amelia Acker, University of Texas at Austin

Description: Open source data projects shape and define public knowledge about COVID-19. The COVID Data Infrastructure Builders Project uncovers the challenges in producing and maintaining these vital critical data infrastructures by focusing on the experts that design and maintain data trackers, portals, and dashboards for the public. The research team will investigate how community membership, work practices, and technical tools serve to support knowledge production about the COVID crisis. The project concentrates on how COVID data infrastructures can obscure or draw attention to the disparate impacts of the coronavirus amongst different communities. 

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