Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries is a multi-country, multi-year study led by the World Wide Web Foundation to understand how open data is being put to use in different countries and contexts across the developing world.
- ICTD Open Session: Assessing The Impacts Of Open Data on Governance and Development (27th Nov 2013)
- Open Data and Improving Governance: issues of measurement (14th Nov 2013)
- Upcoming Web Meeting: Open Data, Public Records & Data Quality (12th Nov 2013)
- ODDC at the Open Government Partnership Summit (30th Oct 2013)
- Open Data & Privacy - discussion notes (4th Aug 2013)
- ODDC Web Meetings: Ethical issues in open data: privacy - August 1st (9th Jul 2013)
- Publication: ￼Researching the emerging impacts of open data - ODDC conceptual framework (8th Jul 2013)
- Invite: panel on policy, practice and impacts of open data - 16th July - New Delhi, India (2nd Jul 2013)
- Call for researchers: Open Data Barometer (19th Jun 2013)
- Network Meeting Report (April 2013) (4th Jun 2013)
The ODDC project is centred on a number of case studies taking place across the world. You can find out more about each of the case studies below.
The Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries (ODDC) project is working to develop a shared toolkit of research methods that can be used in understanding the nature, use and emerging impacts of open data in a range of different country and governance contexts around the world.