GO Open Data Futures Panel

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GO Open
Data


Futures Panel







May 21, 2013

Source: 123opendata.com

Topics


Introductions


Key points we heard today


University of Waterloo/Higher Education


Directions


Opportunities


Future


Let’s hear from the panel and you!


Open Data


What We Heard…


Open data has unique
challenges


The
Open Data movement is transforming our society and economy
in numerous of ways

… and privacy can still be upheld!


Transparency and openness are key to any business and especially
public institutions


Open data underlines accountability and open government


Open data upholds trust for governments and institutions


Open data promotes new innovation


but it takes


C
ollaboration and developers, engaged citizens, governments and
institutions to work together in new ways


“Developer friendly data”


actually “friendly” period!


Open licenses
and effective policies


“Open Data Alley” networking discussions

Note: This is a placeholder that will
be updated throughout the day

University of Waterloo

Open Data Initiative

Open Data Guide

Higher Education


Online

Source: Waterloo LEARN

Source:
Coursera

“Quantum Valley”

Source: IQC

Opportunities


Shared terms and conditions


Common data catalogue


One client focus


Privacy assessment method


Information sharing


Open Application Program Interface


For Higher Ed…

The Future is More Openness


More access to data to students, faculty, research
donors, partners and the public in general


More effective reporting to the other levels of
government that will enhance planning and therefore
more efficiencies in the delivery of services


P
erformance measures of institutions and
governments (and industry) will increasingly be
important to the public


Continued alignment and partnerships with other
higher education institutions, government and with
industry


Panel Presentations


Heather Leson




Jury
Konga




Patricia
D'Souza




Nice data,

so what?

Photo by
Jonathan
Kalan

@heatherleson

textontechs.com



Open Data … blah, blah, blah



Jury Konga, Principal

eGov
Futures

Group


May 11, 2013.

University of Waterloo

Pharmacy Building

BEYOND Open Data

Jury Konga

Open by Design
TM

Beyond Open Data

-

Personal to Global Wellbeing

19

Source: Health and Wellbeing UK

Source:
Wellbeing Toronto

Personal

Community

Global

Jury Konga

Open by Design
TM

Beyond Open Data

-

Open Government

Jury Konga

Open by Design
TM


Core components


Open Data is
foundational



“Open Hub”: C
3



Supporting
Infrastructure

20

Citizen
Engagement

Citizen
Engagement

Citizen
Engagement

Citizen
Engagement

Citizen
Engagement

Citizen
Engagement

Community

Engagement

Open Hub: C
3



Commons


Communication


Collaboration

Open

Innovation

Open

Data

Open

Knowledge

Open

Decisions

Open

Economics

Supporting Infrastructure


Data


Financial &

Human Resources


Policy

&

Standards


Technology

Leadership & Governance

Version 2 of 2010 Open Government Framework

Jury Konga

Open by Design
TM

Beyond Open Data

-

a shift in resources

21

More Community



… less government


… more collaboration & partnering

Jury Konga

Open by Design
TM

Beyond Open Data

-

ubiquitous

22

The
Internet of Things


open data is just part of that

www.govtech.com/What
-
is
-
the
-
Internet
-
of
-
Everything.htm
l


Academia,
Non
-
Profits,
Community
Groups

OpenStreet
Map

Community
Updates

External
Data
Linkages

OpenData.CA


Provincial

Municipal

Federal

Public

Service

Source: Municipal Open Government Framework, 2010

Evolved from Data Infra
-

structure model circa 1994

Jury Konga

Open by Design
TM

Beyond Open Data

-

real time Mobile World

Global
“Solutions “
Hub

Algorithm

Assessment

Time
Series

Analytics

Global
Sensor

Feeds

Source: NASA

Source: AutoGuide.com

23

Source: Shore
-
Designs.com




BEYOND Open
Data

… making the world a better place

jkonga@sympatico.ca

@jkonga

www.slideshare.net/jurykonga

25

Patricia D’Souza

Head, Strategy Planning and Enterprise Architecture

Government of Ontario

May 11, 2013




Open Data in the

Province of Ontario

Where We Are Today:
Ontario.ca/
opendata

26

Consult
Internal &
External
Stakeholders



High
-
value datasets
identified



Internal advisory
committee and community
of practice

Publish High
Value Content



~ 200 high
-
value
datasets from
multiple ministries

Evolve Platform/
Catalogue
Functionality



Data visualizations and

web
-
mapping
functions



Common National
Licence Template

Open Data :
Ontario’s Program

27

27

Develop
Supporting
Materials &
Process



Open Data Publishing
Guidebook

Develop Open
Data License



New Open Data
Terms of Use

Launch Open
Data
Catalogue



63 datasets

Phase 1

Phase 2

April 2012

November 2012

Spring 2013

December 2012

Where We Are Today:

5 Steps to Publishing Data

28

Step 1:

Identify Data


Step 2:

Assess Data

Step 3:

Prepare Data



Step 4:

Get approvals

Step 5:

Publish!


1

2

3

4

5

29

Two days after the Open Data catalogue was launched, a data journalist used Ontario data
to inform citizens on the quality of drinking water by analysing and overlaying the data on
Google maps.

Challenge
:
Is Ontario data of value?

What’s Next:
Addressing Challenges

30

Additional
functionality,
including search and
data

visualization

New Partnerships
across sectors
(government,
academia,
business)

Updated Policies

to support a culture
shift towards a
“share first”
philosophy

Your Thoughts?

Thank You