Posts Tagged ‘Open data’

81. GIPA Agency Dashboard and Open Data e-learning module August 28, 2018 No Comments

Presented: 01 August 2018 Sonia Minutillo, Director Investigation and Reporting, Information and Privacy Commission provided an overview of the agency’s new tools: GIPA Agency Dashboard which provides visualisation of GIPA data. The Dashboard is available from Open Data e-learning module which is designed to improve understanding about “Open Data.” The module also advice on how sound […]

63. States of Data January 11, 2017 No Comments

Presented: 29 November 2016 In this presentation, Rolf Green shared information on the various DFSI initiatives for Open Data, Shared Data and Cyber Security. Accompanying presentation: States of Data (PDF, 261 kb)

31. The University of Western Sydney Open Archives Portal September 28, 2016 No Comments

This podcast episode was recorded at the State Records Records Managers Forum on 31 July 2013. In this podcast, Michael Smith, Manager, Records and Archives Management Service at the University of Western Sydney talks about the University of Western Sydney’s Open Archives Portal. This portal is powered by the University’s TRIM records management system and it […]

49. Developments in the information and open data initiatives of the NSW Government ICT Strategy No Comments

In this presentation, Dr Kate Harrington, Director Information, Strategic Policy at the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation will present on developments in the information and open data initiatives of the NSW Government ICT Strategy. Attached presentation: Developments in the information and open data initiatives of the NSW Government ICT Strategy.pptx

Sharing is caring – how developing retention and disposal authorities in xml facilitates cross jurisdictional reuse of valuable information April 4, 2016 No Comments

Since 2010, State Records has drafted and published retention and disposal authorities in XML. For State Records, an XML format has several advantages including single source publishing, greater accessibility of approved retention and disposal authorities, and an improved capacity for controlling and managing authorities over time. Using XML also unlocks the valuable information contained within […]

THATCamp Melbourne April 1, 2011 No Comments

Last week I attended THATCamp Melbourne, a humanities and technology ‘un-conference’, as well as its lead-up event, the Great PROV Data Challenge. These events were attended by a diverse group that included humanities scholars, archivists, librarians, e-research support staff, and cultural hackers. A key theme that emerged at THATCamp was the importance of the data […]