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  •   * Hello\n  * Thank you’s \n\n\n
  • \n\n- our focus on open data and access is inspired by open source movement\n
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  • Google Map of Bosnia\n
  • Open Street Map - Sarajevo \n
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  • Trust: keeping citizens informed about how their taxes are spent, enabling them to a) hold the government to account b) understand rationale behind government acting as it does\nSpending Stories\n
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  • How to get Involved / THANK YOUs.\n+ We’re dependent on our communities, so talk to us after presentation to get tapped into our network (blogs, groups, mailing lists!)\n+ OKFN.ORG\n
  • Ddj seoul

    1. 1. hello FROMTHE OPEN KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION
    2. 2. WE BELIEVE IN THEOF POWER Open.
    3. 3. THE OPEN DEFINITIONdefines ‘openness’ as theFREEDOM to use, re-use andredistribute without technicalor legal restrictions. opendefinition.org
    4. 4. A TOOL:to promote data LITERACY
    5. 5. A RESOURCE FORjournalists. • tool: ddj handbook (lucy’s slide)
    6. 6. what is DATAJOURNALISM?
    7. 7. THERE IS NO SUCH THING Image: Plenty R. (Via Flickr)AS DATA JOURNALISM
    8. 8. Treating data as a sourceNew ways of getting dataUnderstanding & workingwith dataNew ways of deliveringdata
    9. 9. WHAT’SIN THE BOOK?
    10. 10. WHY NOW?
    11. 11. OFFLINEEarly days
    12. 12. Image: Ophelia NoorJOURNALIST: hunter-gatherer
    13. 13. DATA FROMGOVERNMENTS
    14. 14. CROWDSOURCED DATA
    15. 15. Treating data as a source
    16. 16. show the steps...
    17. 17. Treating data as a sourceNew ways of getting data
    18. 18. Portals ScrapingRTI Requests
    19. 19. Buildingresources
    20. 20. Treating data as a sourceNew ways of getting dataUnderstanding & workingwith data
    21. 21. Journalist Coder/Data Data Geek Journalist Other e.g. academic
    22. 22. NEW methodsHUGE data
    23. 23. Treating data as a sourceNew ways of getting dataUnderstanding & workingwith dataNew ways of deliveringdata
    24. 24. Giving CONTEXT to bignumbers
    25. 25. IMPACTJOURNALISM as a SERVICE
    26. 26. favourite EXAMPLES
    27. 27. How do I START?
    28. 28. Put your notes in aspreadsheetLook for interesting examplesTry out the tools (many arefree!)Talk to othersShare your data
    29. 29. ONLINE NOW!
    30. 30. ddjbook.org@ddjournalism#ddjbook
    31. 31. CONTACT @lucyfedia

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