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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.

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Eduserv Symposium 2013 - Adapting to an Open Data World

  1. 1. ADAPTINGTOANOPEN DATAWORLDJENI TENNISON @JENITTECHNICAL DIRECTOR, ODI JENI@THEODI.ORG
  2. 2. IWILLTALKABOUT• move to open data• accountability• opportunity• skills and capability• role of Open Data Institute
  3. 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. 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. 5. MOVETOOPEN DATAAccountability• transparency• regulation• expectationOpportunity• reach• efficiencies• collaboration
  6. 6. ACCOUNTABILITY
  7. 7. introduces Right to Data for those making FOI requestsPROTECTIONOF FREEDOMSACT 2012
  8. 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. 9. information engenders trustTRANSPARENCY EVERYWHERE
  10. 10. OPPORTUNITY
  11. 11. quantitypricenewrevenueSHIFTS IN DEMANDfilmmusicnewspaperssoftwaredata
  12. 12. OPEN DATA ISATOOLdata
  13. 13. enhanced informeddiversedata
  14. 14. COLLABORATE• distributed effort• reduced cost• enhanced value• host benefits• improved data• moderation• examples• MusicBrainz• OpenStreetMap• legislation.gov.uk lowerinformedinformeddata
  15. 15. CAPABILITY
  16. 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. 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. 18. (not as high as pictured)ASKINGPEOPLETO LEAPOVERA HIGH BAR
  19. 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. 20. OPEN DATA INSTITUTE• training• Friday lunchtime lectures• taught short courses• help and advice• online guides• consultancy• tools• Open Data Certificate
  21. 21. ADAPTINGTOANOPEN DATAWORLDJENI TENNISON @JENITTECHNICAL DIRECTOR, ODI JENI@THEODI.ORG

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