The GODAN Action Team is pleased to announce a new call for applications for the Open Data Management Online Course.
The GODAN Action team has expanded the content of the course to include land in addition to agriculture and nutrition. This edition of the course has also been revised with communities who manage and store data specifically in mind. We invite anyone handling data in their studies or work, in the areas of land, agriculture and nutrition, to apply for the course which will be held from 1-19 October 2018.
The curriculum consists of four units of Open Data Principles, Making Data Open, Sharing Open Data, and IPR and Licensing.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Understand the principles and benefits of open data.
Understand ethics and responsible use of data.
Identify the steps to advocate for open data policies.
Recognise the necessary steps to set up an open data repository.
Define the frameworks and FAIR data principles.
Understand the basics of copyright and database rights.
Apply open licenses to data.
The course will last 3 weeks and is offered in English. Participants are expected to spend on average eight hours per week completing lessons and engaging in activities such as discussion forums and webinars. The course is free of charge.
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