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12 May 2011

TIME

Mauritszaal

Clauszaal

Marble Hall session spaces

Reading Room

Online

 
Presentations
Clinics
Bar Camp discussions
Hack Space
Virtual workshop
9
 
 
 
Welcome and registration
 
10

Welcome (Alexander Kohnstamm, Partos)

Visualising a water project portfolio (Peter van der Linde, Akvo)

      Virtual Workshop on Linking Development Data (David Pidsley, OKFN)
  Data sets, apps and project pitches        
11
Break
 
 

Developing a new knowledge partnership (Edward Anderson, World Bank)

Data journalism (Jelle Kamsma, NU.nl)

- Making Kabissa data open (Tobias Eigen, Kabissa)

Developers: Project planning sessions  
12
         
 
Buffet lunch
 
13
   
  Plenary pitches        
14
Open Access and Search4Dev (Harry Heemskerk, Royal Tropical Institute) Open Data Opportunities in the Development Sector (Bas Kotterink and Marijn Rijken, TNO) - ORDeX: Open Reporting Data eXchange (Tom Zeppenfeldt, Ophileon) Developers: Project sessions  
  Global perspectives on Open Access (Vincent Wintermans,UNESCO)   Building out Open for Change (Pelle Aardema, Gerrit Jan van 't Veen, Open for Change)    
15
Break
 
 

How to work with the IATI standard (Mark Brough, Publish What You Fund)

Aid Transparency & IATI standard (Simon Parrish, AidInfo)

Developments with science data (Laurents Sesink, DANS)

- Public Online Monitoring (Claudia Schwegmann, OpenAid)

An App Store for Development (Bart Lacroix, 1%CLUB, Thomas Bjelkeman, Akvo)

Developers: Project sessions (cont'd)  
16
         
 
Break
 
17
Apps for Development Competition (Richard Murby, World Bank)        
           
           
 

13 May 2011

TIME

Mauritszaal

Clauszaal

Marble Hall session spaces

Reading Room

Online

 
Presentations
Clinics
Bar Camp discussions
Hack Space
Virtual workshop
9
 
 
 
Welcome and registration
 
10

Opening Day #2

Results Day #1

    Developers: Project sessions (cont'd) Virtual Workshop on Linking Development Data (David Pidsley, OKFN)
  Our Mobile Generation, changing the mobile phone industry (Gijsbert Koren, Enviu)        
11
Break
 
 

Maptivism: geomapping & geocoding (Christian Kreutz, OKFN)

Geo-coding: the Aiddata experience (Anna Lauridsen, Development Gateway)

Open data? Open organisations! (Huib Koeleman, Wit Communicatie adviseurs)

- Open Data 101 (Rolf Kleef, Open for Change)

- Scientific Datasets in Development (Ellen Webbink, ISS; Jeroen Smits, Radboud University; Kea Tijdens, WageIndicator)

- Knowledge service infrastructure (Alexander Kohnstamm, Partos)

Developers: Project sessions (cont'd)  
12
         
 
Buffet lunch
 
13
OKFN film about Open Data  
 

Welcome (Jan Donner, KIT)

Brilliant Failure Award (Bas Ruyssenaars, Institute of Brilliant Failures)

       
14

Kenyan Open Data initiatives (John Kipchumbah and Philip Thigo, Sodnet/Infonet)

African Transparency and Technology Initiative (Mendi Njonjo)

Manage the Data (Ton Lansink, DGIS, and Alexander Kohnstamm, Partos)

- How to maximize online sharing and learning from failure? (Bas Ruyssenaars, Institute of Brilliant Failures)

-  Collecting Health Data in Africa (Peter Hessels, Royal Tropical Institute)

Developers: Project sessions (cont'd)  
           
15
         
 
Break
 
16
Presentation developer projects and remarkable results        
  Beyond "open data" (Maarten Brouwer, DGIS)        
17
Drinks
 
     

  

ODDC

The Open Data for Development Camp is organized by Open for Change under the responsibility of Partos and in cooperation with and financed by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with co-financing of KIT, TexttoChange, Hivos, Oxfam Novib, ICCO. It is part of the shared ambition of Partos and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to report about results of Dutch international development activities in a transparent way, on the basis of open data. ODDC takes place at and is developed in cooperation with the Royal Tropical Institute.