Traditionally many organisations prefer to work with text-based reports based on quantitative data collection.
These reports are used to share their insights and practices within their organisation, with other organisations, with donors and with community members.
In recent years, community generated qualitative data, in the form of audio or video content is more widely becoming a mode of data collection for organisations.
However, there is an inherent tension in how organisations present such rich qualitative data, and in particular how they include these data in the traditional reporting process.
This project explores the opportunities for new 'rich reports', which embed rich qualitative data from community generated content within the traditional reporting 'pipeline' of such organisations.
Students who have a strong programming background are encouraged to apply.