Opening data & code: Who is your audience?

Opening data & code: Who is your audience?



To achieve the potential impact of a particular research project in academia or in the wider world, research outputs need to be managed, shared and used effectively.
Open Research enables replicable tools to be accessible to a wide audience of users. The session will showcase three projects and discuss the potentials of reuse of data and software and how to adapt to different types of user.
Join our speakers and panel discussion to:

understand the potential of sharing your data and software

learn about how projects share their software and data with different audiences and how they tailored their open data & code to different audiences

appreciate the needs of different types of user (e.g. industry based, policy maker, citizen scientists)

Confirmed speakers:

Oliver O’Brien – Consumer Data Research Centre, UCL Geography

Marco Nebbia and Gai Jorayev – Central Asian Archaeological Landscape project, UCL Institute of Archaeology

Simon Elam – Smart Energy Research Lab, UCL Energy Institute

This event is part of UCL Open Access Week 2021

The event is finished.


Oct 28 2021


11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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