3th IODC

Previous editions
Ottawa. May 28-29, 2015


Report 2015

The 3rd International Open Data Conference held in Ottawa, Canada May 28-29, 2015 was a great success. With over 1000 participants, 58 panels and workshops, ten parallel tracks, over 200 speakers, and more than 29 fringe events over 9 days, IODC was truly a global gathering. We are excited to introduce the 3rd International Open Data Conference Final Report titled “Enabling the Data Revolution: An International Open Data Roadmap”. This report draws upon the many discussions that took place in Ottawa at IODC, providing a summary of key topics and debates, and providing a shared vision of the road ahead for the IODC community. It is designed not as a single statement on open data, but rather as a curated record of discussions and debates, providing a snapshot of key issues and setting out a path forward based on the visions, ideas, and agreements explored at IODC. ReportCover

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FOLD is an experimental reading, authoring, and publishing platform created at the MIT Media Lab with support from the Center for Civic Media. Our fold report embeds links to conference videos, blog posts and related content alongside each section of the report.

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