This event is addressed to academic researchers, staff and students, on the opportunities of Open Access, Open Science and Open Data, to support the vision of the open society which can benefit from a number of related developments.
A combination of lecture-based and hands-on sessions will be addressed to researchers of all disciplines and sciences, as well as, to researchers and scientists of two specific domains: Health and Journalism.
The sessions will include the following modules:
Getting started in the School of Data (hands-on)
School of Data Advanced Steps (hands-on)
Data expedition for journalists (hands-on)
Health Open Data (hands-on)
Licensing issues with Open Data
Open Science and Open Opportunities
Data journalism at the Guardian
Open Licensing and Creative Commons
Geo-information infrastructures for aggregation, visualization and analysis of heterogeneous geo-spatial Open Data
Newspapers as Databases: legal protection and openness
Getting started in the school of data
Infographics: from data to knowledge
Open Cube Workshop on Linked Statistics
Mapping Open Data to the RDF data model with [R2]RML
Greek Journalism: An Old Wrinkled Craft in the Age of Web 3.0?