New Frontiers in Open     Data Movement     Nama Raj Budhathoki, PhDThe World Bank’s Open Data for Resilience          Ini...
Data Everywhere, But…!  We do not know where data is.!  Data is difficult to access.!  Data is expensive to buy.!  Data is...
A society that does not promote the culture ofdata sharing is unlikely to prosper.                                 -Benkle...
Open Door for Open Data
Citizens as the Source of Data
No one knows everything,everyone knows something.                    -Levy, 1997
Governance
www.wikipedia.org
http://www.patientslikeme.com/                  http://www.patientslikeme.com/
www.openstreetmap.org
Kathmandu: Before and After
Narayan Gopal Chwok:Before and After
Underlying Concept!  Provides an collaborative mapping platform to build a free and open map.!  A map of the community, by...
A Growing Community of Mappers
Citizens as Sensors (Goodchild, 2007)
Mapping Workshop
Mapping Workshop   Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk
Girls’ enthusiasm in Mapping   Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk
ToolsWalking paper   GPS   Smart Phone
This data is open and free.
Open Data inspires innovation andcultivates collective intelligence to solve    seemingly impossible problems.
For more information•    Free 1-5pm Friday OSM Clinic•    Visit: www.osmnepal.org•    OSMNepal.info@gmail.com•    FB Group...
Open data day (Nama Budhathoki--Feb 23, 2013)
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I gave this presentation on Nepal's first Open Data Day on Feb. 23, 2013.

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Open data day (Nama Budhathoki--Feb 23, 2013)

  1. 1. New Frontiers in Open Data Movement Nama Raj Budhathoki, PhDThe World Bank’s Open Data for Resilience Initiative (OpenDRI)
  2. 2. Data Everywhere, But…!  We do not know where data is.!  Data is difficult to access.!  Data is expensive to buy.!  Data is difficult to understand and use.
  3. 3. A society that does not promote the culture ofdata sharing is unlikely to prosper. -Benkler, 2006
  4. 4. Open Door for Open Data
  5. 5. Citizens as the Source of Data
  6. 6. No one knows everything,everyone knows something. -Levy, 1997
  7. 7. Governance
  8. 8. www.wikipedia.org
  9. 9. http://www.patientslikeme.com/ http://www.patientslikeme.com/
  10. 10. www.openstreetmap.org
  11. 11. Kathmandu: Before and After
  12. 12. Narayan Gopal Chwok:Before and After
  13. 13. Underlying Concept!  Provides an collaborative mapping platform to build a free and open map.!  A map of the community, by the community, for the community.!  A global community of about one million volunteers.
  14. 14. A Growing Community of Mappers
  15. 15. Citizens as Sensors (Goodchild, 2007)
  16. 16. Mapping Workshop
  17. 17. Mapping Workshop Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk
  18. 18. Girls’ enthusiasm in Mapping Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk
  19. 19. ToolsWalking paper GPS Smart Phone
  20. 20. This data is open and free.
  21. 21. Open Data inspires innovation andcultivates collective intelligence to solve seemingly impossible problems.
  22. 22. For more information•  Free 1-5pm Friday OSM Clinic•  Visit: www.osmnepal.org•  OSMNepal.info@gmail.com•  FB Group: OSM Nepal

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