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29 july 2019

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The European Data Portal (FTE) users online training courses, designed to spread what are open and how data are changing the lives of all the inhabitants of our planet.

Said agenda (Opens in new window) there are 16 modules, which help to familiarize themselves with various aspects of the ecosystem of open: from basic concepts to present and future trends through success stories and good practices, access and use.

So far, these contents were available in languages such as english and french, but, thanks to collaboration with the initiative Brings, EDP just released all modules in english.

Training materials are directed to all kinds of users interested in the world of open data, since basic users wishing to obtain a general idea to experts. Each module is available in some 15-30 minutes, but all have two additional hours of content for those users who want to develop certain aspects.

Since the European Data Portal FTE (Opens in new window) recommended to make the sixteen modules in order to obtain a sound knowledge of the various aspects of open data. However, if you prefer to focus on a particular topic, please refer directly to the module.

The 16 modules already available in english are:

  1. What are the data? (Opens in new window)
  2. Take advantage of the value of open database (Opens in new window)
  3. Open database: an agent of change (Opens in new window)
  4. Why do we need a license? (Opens in new window)
  5. What makes the data quality will be open? (Opens in new window)
  6. How to measure the success of the open database (Opens in new window)
  7. Why should i worry about sustainability? (Opens in new window)
  8. The platforms (Opens in new window)
  9. How to choose the correct format to open (Opens in new window)
  10. How Useful are my data? (Opens in new window)
  11. How to clean your data (Opens in new window)
  12. Find hidden data on the Web (Opens in new window)
  13. Connect the site of the data (Opens in new window)
  14. Arguments in favour of the open database (Opens in new window)
  15. How to manage change in the open database (Opens in new window)
  16. Generate impact through the open database (Opens in new window)

 

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