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Civic education with open data – the Datastory approach (Online)

12 jun 2020, 10:00–11:00 | Organizer: Datastory

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Datastory is an NGO and platform that gives researchers and organizations better tools to communicate data and other information. In this session, Daniel Lapidus, founder of Datastory and open data expert, shares practical advise on getting started with open data for civic education. Join us online through Goto 10.


- How to make good use of open data
- Tools and processes
- The Datastory approach

Q&A in the end, welcome!


About Datastory

Datastory is a non-profit organization devoted to explaining important issues using open data and other information. We use interactive storytelling techniques – or in short ”data stories” – because we believe it is a powerful way of communicating human knowledge. It’s a natural evolution of the Encyclopedia, one better aligned with how humans learn and the amounts of data available to humanity today.

Our goal is to make scientific research and data as accessible as Netflix, mobile games or funny cat videos so that more people can participate in the democratic dialogue on equal terms.

 If more people have access to knowledge, we will have better conversations. With rich overviews and explanations – a click away – it will be easier for anyone to track societal progress, contribute ideas and hold politicians to account whether we’re debating economy, healthcare or education.



This is a zoom webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

  • 12 jun 2020, 10:00–11:00
  • English
  • Organizer: Datastory

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