Earlier this year I blogged about the first release of papers on Open Data in a Special Issue of the Journal of Community Informatics that I had been co-editing with Zainab Bawa. A few days ago we added the last few papers to the issue, finalising it as a collection of critical thinking about the development of Open Government Data.
You can find the full table of contents below (new papers noted with (New)).
Table of Contents
The Promises and Perils of Open Government Data (OGD), Tim G. Davies, Zainab Ashraf Bawa
Data Template For District Economic Planning, Sharadini Rath
(New) Unintended Behavioural Consequences of Publishing Performance Data: Is More Always Better?, Simon McGinnes, Kasturi Muthu Elandy
(New) Open Government Data and the Right to Information: Opportunities and Obstacles, Katleen Janssen
Notes from the field
Mapping the Tso Kar basin in Ladakh, Shashank Srinivasan
Collecting data in Chennai City and the limits of openness, Nithya V Raman
Apps For Amsterdam, Tom Demeyer
Open Data – what the citizens really want, Wolfgang Both
(New) Trustworthy Records and Open Data, Anne Catherine Thurston