City data 3.0 - A generic initiative to promote and assess the reuse of geographic information in cities - Early steps. Benitez, F., Trilles, S., & Huerta, J. In Proceedings of the International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings 2017 - Part of the Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems 2017, pages 16-18, 2017.
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© 2017. Nowadays, authorities around the world discuss on the way to engage their data users and involve to being part of open data initiatives in cities. Thereby, assess the re-use level of available information through those portals is a significant challenge to achieving the real potential of open data in cities. This article presents the early steps of an initiative called CityData 3,0 which is a generic strategy to improve and assess the re-use and discovery level of available open geographic data in cities. This initiative has been developed in three phases, to analyze, define and test a group of recommendations for both data consumers and data authorities. Using an on-line survey to know the current status of cities' open data portals and a set of participatory workshops in cities in Colombia (Bogotá, Medellín, Cali) and Spain (Valencia, Castellon). The project aim is to understand which barriers can affect the data selection process of data re-users and attend data producers authorities to assess the re-use level of open data initiatives in cities.
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