|Title||Towards common methods for assessing open data: workshop report & draft framework|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Authors||Caplan, Robyn, Davies Timothy, Wadud Asiya, Verhulst Stefaan, Alonso Jose M., and Farhan Hania|
|Institution||The World Wide Web Foundation|
|City||New York, USA|
Governments across the world are adopting open data policies and practices. From national portals, to municipal open data initiatives, and sectorspecific efforts in transport, health and international aid to name just a few, open data has been adopted as an important governance innovation.
In line with the growth of open data, a range of different efforts have emerged to measure various aspects of open data readiness, implementation, outcomes and impacts. This paper outlines a common framework, developed through a collaborative workshop, that offers opportunities to joinup these efforts through common and complementary assessment methods for open data activities.
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