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New Digital Rights MOOC – increasing citizens’ awareness of their digital rights

The aim of the New Digital Rights MOOC -project is to make citizens more aware of their digital rights, initially focusing on explaining GDPR and MyData. The solution is to educate people through a MOOC-platform and series of workshops that create the content and train people and organisations to use it. MyData is the biggest […]

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Open Data Day 2018 is here – Welcome to 3 days of #opendata learn, think and do!

    Learn, think and do #opendata 360 degrees! How are the tech giant Tencent and City of Helsinki using open data to create a Helsinki city guide to the Chinese WeChat platform. How is Whim  revolutionizing transportation with their Mobility as a service thinking, using open data, open APIs. Why did the National gallery […]

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Openness of academic publishers evaluated for the first time

Open access to research publications and the transparency of research are cornerstones of the scientific progress. Supporting openness and open science is an essential goal in Finnish and international science policies. However, there is a lot room for improvement in the practices and policies of key international academic publishers, finds the “Opening Academic Publishing” report, […]

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