I'm working with a team to create a class on Data Wrangling (processing and cleaning data in order to analyze it). For the final project of the course, we're going to have students use some segment OSM data and work to improve it- making street names like N/north/North more consistent. We'll have some recommended data sets for them to use.

We’d also like to encourage students to go the extra the mile and actually help improve the map data. Are there any suggestions for how to implement well or potential issues that we'll want to look out for?

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This sounds like a great idea, but this help forum is about support (helping people with knowledge) So I highly recommend to use other Contacts to get feedback (esp. local OSM community, mailinglists, forums, ...). You might also lookup this pages:

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