1. To critically examine what counts as data and what constitutes expertise.
2. To make connections between science literacy and democracy.
3. To enable students to work investigate their own role in more equitable science, policy, and society and how to participate, intervene, and advocate.
1. To show a critical awareness of data literacy and its role in society.
2. To demonstrate ability to assess Environmental Impact Assessments, climate reports, and other technical and archival document analysis
3. To confidently engage with data collection, information visualization, and science communication