December 2011

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Open Data is Not Enough – presentation from OGDCamp 2011

The Open Government Data Camp team have just published a page listing many of the presentations and slides from this years event that took place in Warsaw in October. Rather surprisingly (I didn’t spot the camera!) the list includes a recording of my talk sharing learning from recent work on the International Aid Transparency Initiative, […]

Brief notes on user-centred evaluation of open data portals

This weekend, an interesting e-mail on the Open Spending mailing list from Angelica Peralta Ramos at the Desarrollando Latin American hack day put out a call for ideas around evaluating government data portals. What sort of factors should feature in evaluating an official government statistics site, or an open data portal? Evaluating and rating a portal is a different […]

Open Data in Developing Countries

The focus of my work is currently on the Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries (ODDC) project with the Web Foundation.

MSc – Open Data & Democracy

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