Thursday 27th June, 2013
4:00pm to 5:30pm
Public sector organisations around the world are opening up public data like never before. This offers both opportunities and challenges for many of us interested in making use of the rich, yet sometimes complex, unstructured and unreliable data that is available.
This parallel session will look at the opportunities, challenges and current initiatives in this area, at HEIs and beyond. For example, the Open Knowledge Foundation has many projects carrying out exciting and relevant work:
The session is aimed at people who are likely to be working with open data at some point in the future.
During the session there will be opportunities to experiment with open data and try out some mashing techniques.
Digital information manager who deals with education data and works on education projects
OU lecturer, mashup artist; Isle of WIght resident and #f1datajunkie bio from Twitter
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