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An overview of the Local Government Group Knowledge Hub project. A place for connecting, collaborating and innovating.

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  • Check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpAW0yRaKws 1.8 billion Internet users 234 million websites 126 million blogs 247 billion emails/day 28 million tweets/day
  • GENERAL STATISTICS (SUMMER 2010) According to BBC News, a blog is created every second (Shift Happens) Facebook More than 500 million active users 50% of our active users log on to Facebook in any given day More than 35 million users update their status each day Average user has 130 friends on the site Average user sends 8 friend requests per month Average user spends more than 55 minutes per day on Facebook There are more than 100 million active users currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices. People that use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice more active on Facebook than non-mobile users Twitter 55% female tweeters, 45% male (Quantcast) As of January 2010 nearly 75,000,000 users (ComScore) Some 50 million tweets a day (Twitter) About 20% of users are active (The metric system) 347% jump since a year ago in people accessing the site via mobile browser = 4.7 million (social networking watch) MySpace 125 million users, still one of the largest social networks Daily traffic is down from 61 million to 52 million since Oct. 2009. (Quantcast) Male/Female ratio is 50% Largest age group is 18-34 11.4million people access the site via mobile browser (Social Networking Watch) 100 new users every day – About 1/3 of twitter but still pretty strong. Spend an average of 2 hours / month on the site Fastest growing demo is 18-24 year olds YouTube 2nd Largest Search Engine, after Google Surpased Yahoo in August 2008 U.S. Internet users watched 32.4 billion videos in January 2010 - YouTube.com accounted for nearly 99 percent of all videos viewed (ComScore)   LinkedIn The site’s traffic is up in the recession It has over 60 million members as of February 2010 (TechCrunch) Adding new members at a rate of about one member per second It’s gone from about 3.6 million unique monthly visitors a year ago to 7.7 million today (ComScore) When linked in launched in 2003, it took 477 days to reach first million members, the last million only took 12 days. (Oct. 09)
  • There are 1,300 CoPs and growing. Why so many?
  • Each social network creates it’s own walled garden. Facebook in particular is a closed system.
  • Very few machine connections (RSS or linked data)
  • Static Excel doc (not even an RSS feed to notify of updates) – Data not available as feed or lookup No code description – need to go elsewhere (ESD toolkit?) No unit value descriptor
  • AMS-AAA123-20101005-
  • Knowledge Hub builds on the successful Communities of Practice (CoP) space. Knowledge Hub will be a free to use facility for councillors, officers, practitioners across the public sector, regulators, policy makers and experts. It will be national and international and include users from the third sector, private and academic sectors. More than just an IT solution, the KHub is a far-sighted social media resource that could lead to a major cultural change in the public sector. The Knowledge Hub will semantically connect internal and external data to provide information, knowledge and insight. The system will provide a ‘personalised’ experience, using a ‘social graph’ and ‘activity stream’ The current (legacy) Communities of Practice will be migrated to the new platform during 2011/12 Users will be able to develop their own apps and mashups. An app store similar in concept to the iPhone app store will enable users to share and re-use apps. Apps will be developed for websites and mobile devices. Users will be able to subscribe to their favourite data sources and locate public/open datasets for use in apps and mashups.
  • Knowledge Hub is being built using open source software to enable local authorities and their partners to develop their own value added solutions to support greater transparency of information and data that will help strengthen accountability and benefits to citizens. Features include: HTTPS support Level 2 security (Confidential) Granular, organisation and role-based permissioning LDAP authentication Email verification Secure communities
  • Vaadin is a web application framework for Rich Internet Applications (RIA). In contrast to Javascript libraries and browser-plugin based solutions, it features a server-side architecture, which means that the largest part of the logic runs on the server. Ajax technology is used on the browser side to ensure a rich and interactive user experience.
  • The project is dependent on all three work streams. Like a three-legged stool, failure in any work stream will compromise the whole project.
  • Procurement as taken almost 9 months to complete. Procurement was managed by Liberata and followed ITIL Best Practice.
  • Each Sprint will last 2 weeks. There are 10 x Sprints to deliver Phase 1 (100 days) and 8 x Sprints to deliver Phase 2 (80 days)
  • First Phase live in March 2011. (Beta available from December-ish) Second Phase live September 2011, with incremental releases between Phase 1 and Phase 2

Knowledge Hub (Local by Social Online Conference ) Knowledge Hub (Local by Social Online Conference ) Presentation Transcript

  • (Open and Linked Data in Local Government) Local by Social Online Conference Stephen Dale Associate Consultant LG Improvement & Development
  • Who I am An evangelist and practitioner in the use of Web 2.0 technologies and Social Media applications to support personal self-development and knowledge sharing. Steve was the business lead and information architect for the community of practice platform currently deployed across the UK local government sector, the largest professional network of its type, and continues to play a key role in the support of virtual communities of practice for value creation in public services. Currently business lead and system architect for the Knowledge Hub. Steve is chairman of the Online Information Conference. Stephen Dale (Steve)
  • Knowledge Bite 6 April 2010 What problem are we trying to solve?
  • Social and professional networks proliferate http://www4.wiwiss.fu-berlin.de/bizer/pub/lod-datasets_2009-03-05_colored.png
  • Where do I find the information I need to do my job? Partnerships and places library
  • Which communities and networks do I need to join?
  • Conversations are getting more granular and increasingly dissagregated
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  • Data, data everywhere…. 4045 datasets so far; for sure more to come Regional data observatories and LIS Stoodley Pike - Dec 09 by Richard Sunderland on Flickr All kinds of locally held data
  • ✘ But almost no connectivity ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ Machine Human-created URL reference
  • Data hidden behind apps or not in linked format http://www.pat.communities.gov.uk/pat/ Audit Commission National Indicator Set
  • Enough about the problems ….what’s the solution?
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  • Data and Applications 10 SOURCE: McKinsey & Company CITIZENS ELECTED MEMBERS COUNCIL OFFICERS SECTOR
      • I am…
      • Checking the bin collection in my street and seeing if anybody else is complaining
      • Comparing council tax rates with our neighbouring areas
      • I am…
      • Preparing for council meeting with aim of questioning performance in adult social care
      • Checking for best practice in other councils
      • I am…
      • Reviewing my overall dashboard
      • Analysing poor performance in housing costs and benchmarking with comparable councils
      • I am…
      • Making sure government departments use the tool for all their demands on councils
      • Able to see which councils in most need of support and making contact to offer help
  • Knowledge Hub (Conceptual) Communities of Practice Mashup Centre App Store Data Integration & Aggregation API Semantic mark-up & Search Personalisation (Digital Footprint) Websites, Blogs, Twitter Forms-based data entry for benchmark comparisons Dataset 1 Public Datasets Plug - ins / Widgets Apps, widgets, bookmarklets
  • Knowledge Hub Technology Stack
    • Multi-source fetch / indexing
    • Federated search
    • Real-time results clustering
    • Automatic tag suggestions
    • Dataset visualisation / comparison
    • Linked Data
    • Open API – Intelligus SDK
    • Open Social container
    • WSRP producer / consumer
    • Netvibes widgets / Google gadgets
    • WebDAV
  • Open Architecture, Open Source..open, open , open…
    • Third Party Integrations
    • Open Office
    • BI / Reporting
    • Workflow / BPM
    • NetVibes
    • Open Social
    • CalDAV
    • SalesForce
    • Vaadin
    Web Service fort Remote Portlets Semantically Linked Online Communities Open Authentication Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning" Open Graph
  • Project Organisation
  • Project Organisation Support Testing Design Hosting Systems Integration Solution Procurement Business Requirements Functional Requirements TECHNOLOGY DATA Support Standards Training Policies Social media strategy Practice development Users Communications KNOWLEDGE ECOLOGY
  • Procurement Business Requirement Detailed Requirement Usage Scenarios Market Market Test SPECIFICATION Comprehensive Knowledge Hub Description to Support Procurement Formal Selection Supplier Workshops Best and Final Long List Suppliers Short List Suppliers BAFO Suppliers Preferred Supplier
  • Agile Development Process
  • Project Timeline 2011 2010 Incremental Releases
  • To summarise, it’s….
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  • Ambitious
  • Thank you and Questions
  • References
    • http://sioc-project.org/
    • http://docs.oasis-open.org/wsrp/v2/wsrp-2.0-spec-os-01.html
    • http://www.opensocial.org/
    • http://opengraphprotocol.org/
    • http://openid.net/
    • http://oauth.net/
    • http://www.openauthentication.org/
    • http://www.openoffice.org/
    • http://www.webdav.org/
    • http://intelligusnet.pfiks.com/opencontent/default.asp
    • http://www.pfiks.com/opencontent/default.asp
    • http://www.communities.idea.gov.uk
    • http://www.local.gov.uk/lgv2/core/page.do?pageId=174022