Open Data Reader (2016)

Frontpage of the Open Data Reader 2016

As a digital heritage & open content expert at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, I jointly developed, researched, and wrote (together with Lisette Kalshoven, Tijmen Schep & Maarten Zeinstra) the Open Data Reader (in Dutch) by Kennisland and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and (as part of their Open Cultuur Data initiative).

This reader provides legal, practical/technological, and policy guidelines for heritage and public service professionals in making their data (heritage collections, public sector information, etc.) available as open data.

The reader is available under a Creative Commons – Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.

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