Open Knowledge Conference/Program/OKCon 2010 - Short Talks

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Back to OKCon 2010 Program

  • Session I: 15.30 - 16.45 , Room 3
  • Session I: 17.00 - 18.15 , Room 3

Chair: Heather Brooke (TBC)


Schedule

UK researchers' behaviours and the drive for open knowledge

Branwen Hide

Research Information Network

Comments

Turning Academic Publications into Social Objects - Building Successful Online Research Networks with the Last.fm Model

Victor Henning & Jan Reichelt

Mendeley Research Networks

Comments

Global Ideas Banks: Part Deux

Hugh Barnard

Affiliation

Comments

TRUSTlibrary.org MUSTart.org Gift Economy?

Ed Whyman

MUSTart.org

Comments

The Evolution of Software: Why Open Beats Closed

Tomas Rawlings

University of West of England & FluffyLogic Development

Comments

From real to digital communities: Building a software archive for Trinity Community Arts

Annie Berry & Ryan Northey & Edson Burton

Trinity Community Arts

Comments

Peer 2 Peer University

Nadeem Shabir & John Britton

Talis & Flat World Knowledge & Peer 2 Peer University

Comments

University x.0

Francois Taddei & Ariel Lindner & Livio Riboli-Sasco & Samuel Huron & Antoine Mazières & Tim Anglade

Wiser-U

Comments

Open Energy Data

Lisa Evans

Affiliation

Comments

Learning by design? Genre typologies and peer interaction in open educational resources

Panagiota Alevizou & Tina Wilson

Open University

TBC

Providing open data for non-commercial and commercial purposes - an outline of the 'Open Natura 2000' project

Dariusz Glazewski

mediaSELF

Comments

Can We Have Our Cake and Eat It Too?: The Potential of a 'Datatrust' to Open Personal Data While Protecting Privacy

Alex Selkirk

Common Data Project

Comments

The Panton Principles

Rufus Pollock

Open Data in Science Working Group & Open Knowledge Foundation

Panton Principles

Public Domain Works api

Tatiana de la O

Affiliation

Comments

How to connect your open data to your document space -- the GATE family

Hamish Cunningham

Affiliation

Comments

The Cost of Britain's Energy - Longterm United Kingdom Energy Supply (LUKES) project

Lisa Evans

Affiliation

Comments

The Genero Project - Ubiqutous access to free culture

Øystein Jakobsen

Norwegian NGO FriBit

Comments

Nigeria, Cybercrime and 'Open Music' - Internet Safety, Security and Privacy Initiative for Nigeria (MISSPIN) project

Gbenga Sesan

Paradigm Initiative Nigeria

Comments

The Open Climate Initiative

Richard Tyrwhitt-Drake

Affiliation

The Open Climate Initiative - as proposed to the recent House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology inquiry into the 'Climategate' affair. The primary recommendations of full disclosure of data and source code on publication of papers in climate science were strongly endorsed by the committee in its report of March 2010. Now there's a need to hold those responsible to the mark - and make the movement international. The example set in an area of high public interest could further open knowledge in many others.