Open Data Training

Instructor Guides

This site is a resource for train-the-trainer type materials on Open Data. It's meant to provide a series of approachable, fun, collaborative workshops where each of the modules is interactive and customizable to meet a variety of audiences.

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Learn

Primer for Open Data

Primer 1-5

1. Why Open Data - Why open data is valuable and important.

2. How To Open Your Data - How to make your data open and available for others to use.

3. Sharing Your Data - How to publish your data and make it accessible to others.

4. Becoming a Data Hunter - How and where to find data shared by others.

5. Making friends with Other People’s Data - What you need to do to be able to reuse other people's data.

Teach

Introduction to Open Data

module 1-4

Guide 1: An Introduction to Open Data - Why open data is valuable and important.

Guide 2: Data Preservation & Archiving - The basics of getting your data ready for preservation and archiving

Guide 3: Sharing and Publishing Data - Making data available, and citable by others.

Guide 4: Data Privacy and Ethics - Navigating legal and ethical issues around public data and data reuse.

Guide 5: Resources -

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Advanced Topics in Open Data

The guides in this series go beyond the basics and dig deeper into more advanced areas of open data and data management.

One-pager for Academic Admin and policy folks

One-pager for Student and Early Career researcher engagement

Help

  1. Getting Help

    Here we'll hopefully answer questions you might have.

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  2. Resources

    Here we'll list some persistent resources that you might use throughout the workshop.