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Sharing Health-y Data: Challenges and Solutions – 16 Mar 2016

Research data from studies about people’s health and wellbeing have not traditionally been published and shared as much as data from other disciplines. This is often due to the potentially sensitive nature of these data and concerns about navigating legal (privacy) and ethical obligations. However, the benefits for researchers, institutions and the general public of […]

Free Open Government MOOC by Delft University of Technology

About the course: How can governments become more open and transparent, while simultaneously dealing with various challenges, such as data sensitivity? How can open government data be made available to improve public policy making? Which technologies are available to make governments more open and use open government data? Course commences on 14 March 2016, runs […]

Data Management, Sharing and Publishing

Hear us speak about assessing the maturity of your data sharing model. We’ll explain: how to identify where you are now and where you want to go how benchmarking can inform your improvement plan Find out more about the Data Management, Sharing & Publishing conference   Paul Russell showcasing Queensland's advancing maturity in #opendata in Canberra […]

Open Data Day

Make something on #OpenDataDay 4 Mar 2016

We’re celebrating Open Data Day by making things with, or about, open data. We have two projects planned but you’re welcome to propose others. Project 1: Open Data Induction Training Video Budding story tellers, screen-writers, open data enthusiasts will be prototyping a 2 minute video for use in open data related induction training. Providing open data […]

Smart Cities

Australian Smart Communities Association Summit 2-4 Mar 2016

Australian Smart Communities Association Summit will be held at Caloundra on Queenland’s Sunshine Coast on 2-4 March 2016.   Open Data leadership Queensland @MareeAdshead representing @ODIQueensland at Aus Smart Communities Summit @AusSmartComms #smartcommunities — Acaché (@Acacheconsults) March 1, 2016 @ODIHQ CEO Maree Adshead exploring the global experience with open data #hasitworked #smartcommunities — Digital Geelong (@DigitalGeelong) […]

23 Research Data Things

23 (research data) Things is a self-directed learning program for anyone who wants to learn more about research data. 23 Things is a recognised training concept with several organisations already using the idea to help Librarians, data managers and others to build their understanding of research data and its potential. If you are a person who […]

Now were talking

NextGen Government, 23‑24 Feb 2016 Canberra

We’re delighted to be speaking at the NextGen Government 2016 conference in Canberra on 23-24 February 2016. Good fun on the #NexGenGov Open Data panel today with @starl3n @MareeAdshead @davidseth and @alvaromaz – thanks all! — Toby Bellwood (@tobybellwood) February 24, 2016  

The Year Ahead

Open Data: The Year Ahead 11 February 2016

11 February 2016. 3-5pm. ODI Queensland’s mission is connect, equip and inspire Australian’s to innovate with data. This event will include an update on our priority Open Data projects.  More importantly, we want to hear and learn from you.  The discussion will include thoughts and feedback to shape the 2016 program of events, training, activities and programs. […]


January 2016 Newsletter

Our January Newsletter focuses on open data activities around Australia including our upcoming events. Open Data: The Year Ahead on 11 February and our first Lunchtime Lecture for 2016 on 17 March

Research Bazaar 1-3 Feb 2016

ResBaz – 1-3 February 2016, Brisbane QUT Gardens Point Campus Find out more at Thanks to @digitalsci @qcif @andsdata @aurin_org_au @ORCID_Org @ODIQueensland @USQ_eResearch @openaccess_oz for supporting #resbazbriz — Stephanie Bradbury (@stephbradbury) February 3, 2016

Open Data Certificates

Open Data Certificates boost data publishing standards

The ODI has updated Open Data Certificates, introducing refreshed badge levels, an auto-certification tool and improved website to make certifying quality open data publishing easier. Open Data Certificates are the mark of quality and trust for open data. Learn more…

National recognition for ODI Queensland

Linda O’Brien. Despite it being holiday season no one could have missed the launch of Australia’s National Innovation and Science Agenda in December. What you may have missed, however, are the supporting documents which have been developed over many months, documents which clearly articulate the value of public sector data as a critical element of the innovation […]


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