The emerging value of data
Groups are now much more aware of the value of the data that they collect, store, or manage within their database. Whereas data and datasets were commonly confusing and meaningless at the start of the project, groups now recognise the value of their information and what it can tell them.
IMS Training with Wuthathi CRA (Yodie)
The Wuthathi CRA (Yodie) has requested to be trained to use some of the more sophisticated functionality of their customised information management system (IMS). Specifically, Yodie would like to understand how to build forms (the basic data-entry components of the database), so that Wuthathi can record new types of information on-the-go, as they become needed.
Digitising the SP-SC Survey - making it accessible, simple and secure for Pilot groups
ESS has responded to requests from the groups and GBRF to produce an online, accessible and secure version of the Strong People - Strong Country Survey. It is now available through each groups mobile data collection tools and through their information management systems.
Historical Wuathathi seagrass monitoring records
Wuthathi have identified Seagrass condition in coastal uytu (salt-waters) as an indicator for the health their Coastal Ngaachi (country) and Karakara (sea country). As such, they require data about the health of the seagrass over time. By searching existing databases they have been able to find data about their seagrass dating back to 1984.
Goondoi Arts IMS configuration
From our first meeting and initial presentations, Goondoi have been enthusiastic to implement their own Information Management System as the first outcome of the project. As such, after gathering an understanding of their existing datasets, information management workflows and pr ...