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PAe - new version of the methodological guide for Open Access initiatives Sectoral
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New version of the methodological guide for Open Access initiatives Sectoral

14 september 2016

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In this Last version has incorporated new visual elements to facilitate the use and dissemination of the content, in addition to new references that will deepen the study.

In order to help the different actors of the community of open, the national Initiative Provides regularly produces and disseminates methodological manuals and handbooks addressing different aspects of the opening and reuse of public sector information. Similarly, are regularly reviewed and updated information of such materials adapted to the latest trends in the sector at the same time, redesigned the content to make it more attractive to users.

Thus, it has been recently published the new version of the Methodological guide for Open Access initiatives Sectoral a document created in collaboration with the international expert in open data, Carlos Iglesias, which shows you how to articulate a data project open around the needs of a specific thematic or sector .

This latest version has been enriched with visual elements - graphics, illustrations, schemes some others - that facilitate the use and dissemination of content. In addition, we also include new references to allow the reader to elaborate on the most relevant to the previous study and construction of a conceptual model on which basis a open data initiative (swap). Finally, reorganized the content with the goal of improving the reading and understanding of the guide for the user to make maximum use of information and data provided.

These actions are grouped under the the Initiative Provides (Opens in new window) designed to provide support to the recipients of the open data ecosystem in spain, and assist them to create new business models based on the reuse of open data, to cooperate in the country's socio-economic growth.

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