ODI Leeds host a variety of events throughout the year including workshops and hackday innovation events. You can also hire our innovation spaces for your own events, meet-ups and more. All our upcoming events are below, but you can also see them on Google Calendar, on Eventbrite, or subscribe to our iCal, or subscribe to our mailing list. We want everyone to be happy at our events and have an experience free of harassment so please read our code of conduct. ODI HQ also host free, weekly, lunchtime lectures that you can watch online.
The Open Data Collaboration Group was established when several folk from the ODI Leeds sponsor network wanted to start opening up about their open data challenges. They wanted to share their problems in the hope of finding solutions, whilst also being ready to share their own methods and techniques to help others. Over time, the group grew to include some non-sponsor organisations who were enthusiastic and also wanted to contribute to ideas that could benefit them all. The Business Rates tool is a prime example of how folk from different organisations all worked together on something that benefits themselves and others.
Regular meeting with a fluid agenda. Bring your challenges and problems, and be ready to get stuck in!
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There is a lot of coverage about the impact of the virus nationally but a majority of citizens' concerns will be focused locally. They want to know how their local area will be affected - businesses, education, social care, transport, even green space and parks. Where is the data about the local perspective? Who is working on what, and how can others get involved?
This is a semi-regular meeting to connect with new people, share work, get project updates, and more. To get a better understanding of the #OpenDataSavesLives meetings so far, please visit the website where you can find recordings of previous sessions, notes, useful articles and more.
Share your projects, questions, data sources, etc.
UK Major Ports Group and ODILeeds showcase a collaborative project that delves into the complex ecosystems of our coastline communities.
Please join our online assembly to gain a better understanding of how our coastal economies thrive and survive.
The online-only event will take place Tuesday 8th December 5pm-6pm.
This is an opportunity to see the data collected from both organisations and to learn from their findings of these diverse and dynamic economies.
How do you get involved on 8th December? To register for the event you will need to sign up via Eventbrite" class="button">Register on Eventbrite