Community management in Data.gov

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  • Jeanne: Thanks for sharing. Further to the titles of sheets 9 & 11, I would like to add ''contexts and regimes drive challenges and questions''.
    From that perspective, pls. check my comment http://www.worldwewant2015.org/node/281266#comment-36051
    (an input to the Civil Society Dialogue with the High-level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, which follows-up on a brief conversation we had after your talk in Brussels during Spring 2012)
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  • Uses asthma patients aggregated GPS notations to create hot spots in communities where there are asthma issuesChanges individual behaviorFrom 65% daily incidence to 25% daily incidence of inhaler uses over a six month study
  • Community management in Data.gov

    1. 1. Using Data.gov Communities toDrive Innovation and Collaboration Jeanne Holm, Data.gov October 20, 2012
    2. 2. Creating Community• Communities are public-facing spaces that present data, information, and subject matter knowledge about a single topic from many organizations in one place – The topics for communities can be chosen based on priorities from the public, departments based on their mission, or issues of national importance KM Latin America 2012 2
    3. 3. US Open Government Action Plan • On 20 September 2011, President Obama announced at the UN General Assembly… – Contribute Data.gov as a platform (India and the U.S.) – Foster communities on Data.gov • Health, energy, and law plus new communities in education, research and development, and public safety KM Latin America 2012 3
    4. 4. Questions for Agencies• Is there a community you are interested in leading or contributing to?• Are we missing a community that would help to support your goals?• Help to engage the power of your network to drive innovation in your community space! – Send questions to: Jeanne.Holm@jpl.nasa.gov – Tweet your questions to @usdatagov October 20, 2012
    5. 5. Open Communities Community Developers ✓ Open Data ✓ Semantic Web ✓ Health ✓ Law ✓ Energy ✓ Education ✓ Ocean ✓ Safety ✓ Manufacturing ✓Examples Business ✓ Health: http://health.data.gov Ethics ✓ Energy: http://energy.data.gov Cities ✓ Education: http://education.data.gov Sustainable Supply Chain ✓ + many more… 5
    6. 6. How Does a Community Start?1. Vision—what will the community connection and collaboration look like in the future?2. Leaders—who will help to lead the community (a person or core group)?3. Participants—who will be part of the community?4. Outcome—what are the expected outcomes, metrics, and measurements that will show success?5. Functionality—what types of activities will be conducted on the site (forums, blogs, wikis, ranking, rating, etc.)?6. Content—what content and information will be shared and highlighted?7. Interactivity—what ways will the community interact with the leaders, with each other, and with the public? October 20, 2012
    7. 7. What Can People Do?• Browse and search for government data and apps• Suggest a dataset (public request and response)• Rate and rank datasets and apps• Create a visualization, analysis, or map of one or more datasets and share it• Join one or more communities• Engage in forum discussions in communities or around a specific dataset• Comment on blog posts• Communicate and coordinate with social media October 20, 2012
    8. 8. Energy Drives Innovation• Energy.Data.gov connects innovators, indust ry, academia, and government at federal, state, an d local levels March 28, 2012
    9. 9. Challenges Spark Ideas• Energy.Data.gov connects works with challenges across the nation to integrate federal data and bring government personnel to code-a-thons Twitter @usdatagov March 28, 2012
    10. 10. Opportunities for Agencies to Connect to Citizens• Agencies can help to drive innovation with the public by – Creating an app for your agency’s data – Having a visiting intern or summer faculty • Have them create a lesson plan, video, or activity around agency data • Integrate with existing educational plans or goals – Sponsoring a challenge for developers around agency data – Participating in or leading a community on Data.gov October 20, 2012
    11. 11. Data Drives Decisions• Apps transform data in understandable ways to help people make decisions March 28, 2012
    12. 12. Health.Data.gov Champion: Todd Park Chief Technology Officer US Dept. of Health and Human Services Apps Forums BlogsChallenges March 28, 2012
    13. 13. Publicizing Data to Innovators• Challenges and code‐a- thons• Many innovator “meetups” and conferences• Annual health data paloozas• Over 139 applications• 50 new businesses• Thousands of lives improved each day March 28, 2012
    14. 14. Creating Apps That Improve Lives: Asthmapolis March 28, 2012
    15. 15. Creating Apps That Save Lives: iTriageMarch 28, 2012
    16. 16. Use Case: Economic• Healthtap – Provides free, reliable, and independent health information through the use of open data and by building the world’s largest medical expert network tailored for young mothers and their children – Won 2010 Health 2.0 challenge – Success invigorated expansion and new hiring at HealthTap – Reaches to Data.gov datasets (along with others) March 28, 2012
    17. 17. US Open Data atCities, Counties, and StatesKM Latin America 2012 17
    18. 18. A Global Movement HasBegun to ProvideTransparency and Democratization of Data Don’t see your site? Update via @usdatagov KM Latin America 2012 18
    19. 19. Let’s work together to set the data free! www.Data.Gov @usdatagov March 28, 2012

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