D4AD Resources


Reports and Briefs

Data Sharing Agreements: Moving Beyond Compliance to Ensure Effective Governance

This report explores important considerations for entering and maintaining strong data sharing partnerships. It offers best practices and advice for organizations in creating the agreements, navigating regulation, and developing governance structures.

Communicating with Vulnerable Workers About Resources, Training, and improving Job prospects

This report synthesizes existing research about how to communicate effectively with low-income, lower-skilled, unemployed, and underemployed workers. It reviews challenges and strategies about communicating with these workers and suggests the implications for workforce agencies in connecting with these workers. Also read the accompanying highlights brief.

Making Data Work for Low Income, Lower Skilled, Underemployed, and Unemployed Individuals

Making Data Work identifies potentially successful approaches to help fulfill the transformational promise of big data in the education realm for these key populations. It draws on available research about using data and information to reach the target groups, as well as background information about technology use and human decision making. Read the accompanying one-page summary here.

Infographics and Highlights

Jobseeker Carnival

The path to a fulfilling career should not be a maze of carnival games. This infographic identifies some of the barriers that D4AD projects can help jobseekers navigate.

Ten Strategies for Reaching out to Vulnerable Workers

The top ten strategies for reaching out to vulnerable workers — highlights from the Communicating with Vulnerable Workers research report.

Addressing the Needs of Vulnerable Workers and Workforce Development Systems

A quick reference outlining workers’ needs, supports they have traditionally had access to, existing barriers, and solutions.

Background Materials

Data for the American Dream Informational Handout

Request for Proposals – Data for the American Dream