Open Belgium is an annual Open Knowledge and Open Data conference gathering industry, research, government and citizen stakeholders. In other words, anyone who is interested in Open Knowledge and Open Data is more than welcome!
We aim to bring you up to speed with the latest trends, innovations and best practices by sharing experiences among this wide range of participants. Get inspired by keynote presentation, reflective Q&A sessions, engaging panel discussions as well as hands-on and minds-on workshops. Due to covid-19 restrictions, Open Belgium will take place online, with free sessions spread out over the entire month of March.
Open Belgium is an annual community event, where we make Belgian knowledge open, usable, useful and used.
Citizen science actively involves members of the public in open research. This roundtable discusses citizen participation and citizen science practices in the cultural heritage field, in light of open data/open science.
Wed 17. March 16.45-18.00 CET
Speakers: Mariana Ziku, Fred Truyen, Susanna Ånäs, Katerina Zourou, Sofie Taes.