LEARNER: Designing Proof and Evidence with Minorities and Outlier Data

LEARNER: Designing Proof and Evidence with Minorities and Outlier Data


Inclusive Design Research Centre


The Inclusive Design Research Centre is an international community of open source developers, designers, researchers, educators and co-designers who work together to proactively ensure that emerging technology and practices are designed inclusively. Learn more at idrc.ocadu.ca


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The earner of this badge has learned about how evidence-based decisions fall short of meeting the needs of marginalized, highly diverse communities. In addition, the earner has contributed their perspective on the challenges of proof for small and diverse groups. The learner viewed a webinar on designing proof and evidence with minorities and outlier data delivered by Catherine Frazee, Officer of the Order of Canada and Professor Emerita at Ryerson University in the School of Disability Studies, and Jutta Treviranus, the Director of the Inclusive Design Research Centre (IDRC) and Professor in the Faculty of Design at OCAD University. A summative assessment, in the form of a knowledge recall quiz, including distinguishing terminology, frameworks, and relevant use, was completed, and then evaluated by a qualified We Count assessor. Estimated learning time including assessment: 2-4 hours.

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This Learner assessment consists of four short-answer questions based on the content of We Count’s “Designing Proof and Evidence with Minorities and Outlier Data” webinar. The reflection questions will allow you to connect what you have learned to your own experience and We Count initiatives.

This assessment is not time-restricted, featuring an option at the bottom of the form for it to be saved and continued later. Remember to read through all of the questions carefully and to take your time. Please share your ideas by writing in the boxes below. A We Count assessor will verify your contribution to grant you the Brainstormer badge.

The average learning time for this badge is 2-4 hours.

Hint: Review 05:04 in the recorded webinar.
Hint: Review 06:57 in the recorded webinar.
Hint: Review 16:45 in the recorded webinar.
Hint: Review 22:12-35:11 in the recorded webinar.
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