Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries is a multi-country, multi-year study led by the World Wide Web Foundation to understand how open data is being put to use in different countries and contexts across the developing world.
- ICTD Open Session: Assessing The Impacts Of Open Data on Governance and Development (27th Nov 2013)
- Open Data and Improving Governance: issues of measurement (14th Nov 2013)
- Upcoming Web Meeting: Open Data, Public Records & Data Quality (12th Nov 2013)
- ODDC at the Open Government Partnership Summit (30th Oct 2013)
- Open Data & Privacy - discussion notes (4th Aug 2013)
- ODDC Web Meetings: Ethical issues in open data: privacy - August 1st (9th Jul 2013)
- Publication: ￼Researching the emerging impacts of open data - ODDC conceptual framework (8th Jul 2013)
- Invite: panel on policy, practice and impacts of open data - 16th July - New Delhi, India (2nd Jul 2013)
- Call for researchers: Open Data Barometer (19th Jun 2013)
- Network Meeting Report (April 2013) (4th Jun 2013)
The ODDC project is centred on a number of case studies taking place across the world. You can find out more about each of the case studies below.
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The Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries (ODDC) project is working to develop a shared toolkit of research methods that can be used in understanding the nature, use and emerging impacts of open data in a range of different country and governance contexts around the world.