Information for Impact: Liberating Nonprofit Sector Data
Just released, a new report by NYU Wagner Visiting Professor Beth Noveck and co-author Daniel Goroff entitled Information for Impact: Liberating Nonprofit Sector Data addresses the challenges to obtaining better, more usable data about the nonprofit sector to match the sector’s growing importance.
We need to start teaching young people that we don’t just live in a read-only, passive society, but a write-able society.
The Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management today released their newest publication, Getting Started with Open Data: A Guide for Transportation Agencies.
Here’s what you need to know:
- This guide is intended to result in streamlined use of transportation services and promote a productive dialogue between agencies and their constituents.
- It is being released as a living document, intended for input from both transportation data owners and users, to result in the most complete open transportation data guide possible.
View the full report here
, and add your comments/edits to the Google Doc here
For more information, head to the NYU Rudin blog.