“ you have a slightly broader brief. I’d like you to choose a story about going to find something out and then finding the data to support it, (for example the Olympics medal map story?). Maybe give a focus a glimpse of a data rich world with data literate users. You can challenge the content providers if you like, you can fight the corner of the people we hope will be using open content/data. Maximum 5 minutes. ”
Jisc11_6_Open Content Stories Tony Hirst
Do What? (Open) Data Tony Hirst Dept of Communication and Systems The Open University
All I want is a widget… The chart is easy to generate, but…
The Olympics organisation says no… (so “Hello wikipedia) … and the data needs supplementing
What is the current size of the UK games market?
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