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Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World
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Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World

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Jeni Tennison, Open Data Institute presents 'Adapting to an Open Data World', at the Eduserv Symposium 2013: In with the new.

Jeni Tennison, Open Data Institute presents 'Adapting to an Open Data World', at the Eduserv Symposium 2013: In with the new.

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  • When the demand curve changes, because of changes to how many people want the thing you're selling, it can be hard to sustain the revenue that you once had.
  • Your task is to use the resource that is the data that you have to support the revenue-creating parts of your business model.In other words, you deploy open data to provide new value propositions, to enhance customer relationships and to get more channels to your customers.
  • Note that contributors benefit too: they get to use the data that they're contributing to, just like you can. That's what motivates them to help.
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    • 1. ADAPTINGTOANOPEN DATAWORLDJENI TENNISON @JENITTECHNICAL DIRECTOR, ODI JENI@THEODI.ORG
    • 2. IWILLTALKABOUT• move to open data• accountability• opportunity• skills and capability• role of Open Data Institute
    • 3. SHAKESPEARE REVIEW"Imagine if we could combine all the datawe produce on education and health, taxand spending, work and productivity, anduse that to enhance the myriad decisionswhich define our future; well, we can,right now. And Britain can be first to makeit happen for real."
    • 4. WHAT ISOPEN DATA?• data for everyone• not limited by funds• not limited by who they are• not limited by what they intend to do• data that is reusable• published with a permissive licence• machine-readable in standard formats• reliable and trustworthy
    • 5. MOVETOOPEN DATAAccountability• transparency• regulation• expectationOpportunity• reach• efficiencies• collaboration
    • 6. ACCOUNTABILITY
    • 7. introduces Right to Data for those making FOI requestsPROTECTIONOF FREEDOMSACT 2012
    • 8. "RIGHTTO DATA"• freedom of information• right to see documents• right to data• right to analyse, visualise, combine• Protection of Freedoms Act 2012• machine-readable• under an appropriate licence
    • 9. information engenders trustTRANSPARENCY EVERYWHERE
    • 10. OPPORTUNITY
    • 11. quantitypricenewrevenueSHIFTS IN DEMANDfilmmusicnewspaperssoftwaredata
    • 12. OPEN DATA ISATOOLdata
    • 13. enhanced informeddiversedata
    • 14. COLLABORATE• distributed effort• reduced cost• enhanced value• host benefits• improved data• moderation• examples• MusicBrainz• OpenStreetMap• legislation.gov.uk lowerinformedinformeddata
    • 15. CAPABILITY
    • 16. SHAKESPEARE REVIEW"Many existing businesses will have todramatically engage with “big data” tosurvive, but unless we improve our base ofhigh-level skills few will have the capacityto innovate to create new approaches andmethodologies that are simply orders ofmagnitude better than what wentbefore."
    • 17. CHALLENGECapabilities• data publishing• technical• business & legal• digital engagement• data reuse• analysis• visualisation & stories• weighing decisionsPeople• big companies• buy in analysis talent• public sector• third sector• small businesses• other priorities
    • 18. (not as high as pictured)ASKINGPEOPLETO LEAPOVERA HIGH BAR
    • 19. APPROACHESTO HELPING• train the person• provide the tools• publication, analysis, visualisation• interactive guides, questionnaires• lower the bar• better quality data is easier to reuse• focus on quality that makes a difference
    • 20. OPEN DATA INSTITUTE• training• Friday lunchtime lectures• taught short courses• help and advice• online guides• consultancy• tools• Open Data Certificate
    • 21. ADAPTINGTOANOPEN DATAWORLDJENI TENNISON @JENITTECHNICAL DIRECTOR, ODI JENI@THEODI.ORG

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