Datahub Workshop 5th January 2018 – Information for Participants

We’re looking forward to welcoming participants from a number of local community groups to our first Datahub workshop. It will be happening on the 5th of January 2018 at the University of Brighton (get in touch for room details).

Contact

If you have any questions please contact:

Peter Eyres – P.Eyres@brighton.ac.uk or

Dr. Aristea Fotopoulou – A.Fotopoulou@brighton.ac.uk

Agenda

10.00-10.15 Arrival and Introductions

10.15-11.00 Introduction to data for advocacy

11.00-11.15 Coffee break

11.15-12.15 Finding stories in data

12:15-1.00   Lunch

1.00-2.00      Working with Data I

2.00-2.15     Coffee break

2.15-3.00      Working with Data II

3.00-3:30     What is next? Further resources

 

Getting There

The workshop will be held at the University of Brighton at the the Moulsecoomb Campus, in Mithras House (Lewes Road, BN2 4AT).

For maps please visit the University of Brighton Moulsecoomb Campus page. You can reach Mithras on foot from Brighton centre (20-30 mins), by train, by bike, bus or car.

 

By bike

Mithras house is just north of the vogue gyratory on Lewes Road on the right as you head out of town. Look out for the car park in front of the building.

 

By Bus

The following buses stop at the Coombe Road bus stop, which is a couple of minutes walk from Mithras House:

23, 24, 25, 38, 48, 49, 50U, 70, 74, and 78.

 

By train

Moulsecoomb station is situated behind the Watts and Cockcroft buildings and is two stops from the main Brighton station. Mithras is 5 mins walk from the Moulsecoomb station – just walk down from the station and when you reach Lewes Road cross it and walk towards the South (turn right). You will see an a big brown building.

 

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