- Impact 2.0 iGuide - new mechanisms for linking research and policy
- This guide has been designed to help researchers identify the right Web 2.0 tools for establishing links with policy makers, for building their online presence and credibility and for effectively communicating their research.
- Building the open knowledge movement
- Finnish Institute, 2013
- Resulting from the first Open Knowledge Festival in 2012, The Open Book is a crowdsourced, multi-author publication built to contextualise the international movement for open knowledge in the words of those who are helping build it to...
- Open Data Kit: Tools to Build Information Services for Developing Regions
- C. Hartung / Open Data Kit, 2012
- This paper presents Open Data Kit (ODK), an extensible, open-source suite of tools designed to build information services for developing regions. ODK currently provides four tools to this end: Collect, Aggregate, Voice, and Build. Col...
- Open source software and crowdsourcing for energy analysis
- M. Bazilian / Bloomberg New Energy Finance, 2012
- Decisions on energy policies and associated investment are among the most difficult facing countries, particularly in developing economies. On them may depend billions of dollars and even determine whether energy services are availabl...
- Self-Selected or Mandated, Open Access Increases Citation Impact for Higher Quality Research
- Y Gargouri / Africa's Health in 2010 (Academy for Education Development), 2012
- Open Access (OA) articles are cited significantly more than articles in the same journal and year that have not been made OA. Some have suggested that this 'OA Advantage' may not be causal but just a self-selection bias, because autho...
- Towards Open Development Data
- T. V. D. Broek 2012
- In this paper, author explore the potential of open development data as an instrument to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and legitimacy of NGOâs development processes. Author aim to answer the question: â...