Publican hoy en canalsolidario.org una parte del especial ''TIC para la democratización y participación'', con mi intervención además de la de otros expertos.Os dejo video en el que hablo del tema de las TEP:...
Open data is the idea that certain data should be freely available for everyone to use and republish as they wish. The philosophy behind open data has been long established, but the term itself is relatively new and it is gaining popularity.
An increasing number of platforms where people can openly share information have been developing, such as GitHub, where you can share codes and other ideas for open source programming, and WikiHouse, an open source construction set which lets you build your own home from online templates.
Here are a few examples of how open data is being used by local government.
The Open Data Census is a tool that assesses the evolution and current state of open data around the world. It is a community-based effort initiated and coordinated by the Open Knowledge Foundation but with participation from many different groups or individuals: Citizens in countries all over the world contribute either by going to the site to submit information about their home country, or by becoming a Country Editor!
Las tribulaciones han engendrado multitud de ocurrencias sobre leyes de partidos y cambios electorales. Pero el único remedio es una mayor implicación de los ciudadanos y una reforma constitucional
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Las plataformas que luchan por el derecho de acceso a la información pública denuncian que la Ley de Transparencia aprobada ayer en el Congreso se queda corta y mantiene privilegios para la Iglesia y la Casa Real...
Siguiendo la tendencia del networking (redes de contactos) y coworking (trabajo colaborativo) y emulando la iniciativa 'Albacete Innova', nueve personas de la comarca de Alcázar, de diferentes ramas laborales pero con ganas de generar cambios y...
Making data visualizations – A survival guide from vis4 Avoid 3D charts, extend bar charts to zero & other key tips Target audience: Data designers, metrics and analytics experts, nonprofits, cause organizations, foundations, NGOs, social...
Eric Busboom may not be the kind of guy who comes to mind when you think of a librarian. But maybe he’s what a librarian should be as more of us rely on smartphones and computers to make sense of the world.
Publico.es Transparencia Internacional advierte de que la ley es poco práctica Publico.es Sin contemplar sanciones claras a políticos y funcionarios, bajo un régimen de silencio administrativo negativo, con cuantiosas excepciones generalistas y un...
Crowdsourcing and co-creation are very much of the moment topics. When considering innovation and ideation within the context of crowdsourcing and co-creation, you start to enter a world of significant opportunity and complexity. In this third post on open innovation within the public sector, we will explore the emerging concept of crowdsourcing. Open innovation in its purest sense is a paradigm that assumes that firms can and should use external ideas as well as internal ideas (see our previous article on this), as well as internal and external paths to market, as firms look to advance their technology !
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