Open Data Census – Workshop

Monday 16 September, 14.00 – 17:00 @ Room 19, Floor 3

Coordinators:

  • Ton Zijlstra, Independent Consultant on Change, Complexity, Knowledge Work, Learning
  • Christian Villum, Open Government Community Coordinator, Open Knowledge Foundation

Join us in making the Open Data Census better! In this workshop we will give the Open Data Census a big push. At the end of October a fully updated and extended version of the Open Data Census will be announced. The OKCon workshop is a great opportunity for you to ensure that not only your country is represented right in the Open Data Census, but also that the Open Data Census is a useful instrument to you in your open data work. Join us to improve the Census data on your country, extend the number of countries covered, or find the correct information for an incomplete country overview, and  discuss how the Open Data Census can be made an even more valuable instrument for your open data work.

Can’t make it to the workshop in Geneva? Join us remotely! That way you can still contribute and participate. We will publish information on how to participate remotely in time.

Want to hear more about what the Open Data Census is, how it currently works and where we could take it next, before diving into the workshop? Join us for the online session in the week before OKCon, so that you are fully up to speed! Details on the online intro session will be published soon.

 

The workshop space can accommodate up to 12 people. To sign-up, express your interest in the topic and/ or get in touch with the coordinators please write to opendatacensus@okcon.org.

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