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Welcome to the data.europa academy, your knowledge hub for open data! Discover the free learning offer and increase your digital and data skills.

Our open data courses are structured along four themes: policy, impact, technology, and data quality. These four themes cover topics ranging from the open data basics to new trends and challenges in the open data landscape. You can search for and filter courses based on your interests.

The data.europa academy curriculum is constantly updated with new learning material based on research and best practices.

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    • Webinar
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    Stories from the Use Case Observatory

    The Use Case Observatory is a research project by data.europa.eu. It contributes to the portal´s broader goal to measure the economic, governmental, social, and environmental impact of open data by monitoring 30 cases of open data reuse over four years: from 2022 until 2025. This webinar series aims at presenting the Use Case Observatory research project and the insights of its three analytical reports on the reuse cases analysed.  The first analytical report will be published in September 2022 and will introduce the 30 re-use cases in terms of the services they offer, the (open) data they use, and the impact they have at the moment of writing. The second and third reports will expand on the findings reported in this first volume and highlight changes in the development and impact of the same 30 re-use cases here reported.
    Theme:
    Policy
    Impact
    • Training
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    Learning corner for data providers

    What can data.europa.eu offer to your organisation? What are the benefits of using its services and making data open? How to start publishing open data so citizens can use it?   This training package is designed to help data providers to open up their data and to make it available via data.europa.eu. This set of webinars is divided into several parts, going from the basics of open data, through essential technical, legal and practical information, to inspirational use cases. 
    Theme:
    Technology
    Quality
    Learning corner for data providers
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    Geospatial harvesting on data.europa.eu

    Geospatial data includes properties or conditions that are linked to a position on earth. Looking at the geospatial context – the ´where` of a phenomenon – will often uncover interesting correlations or revelations.  One important feature of data.europa.eu is to facilitate the discovery and access to open geospatial data sources. This is done by a process called ´geo-harvesting` of metadata from international, national, regional, or thematic geo-catalogues. Data.europa.eu harvests such metadata from other open data portals and geoportals in Europe providing a single point of access to over 1 million datasets. 
    Theme:
    Data portals
    Technical
    Technology
    Course

    Trends in geospatial data

    Geospatial data contains information on properties or conditions that are linked to a position on earth. Looking at the geospatial context – the “where” – of a phenomenon will often uncover interesting correlations or revelations. It is an important feature of data.europa.eu to facilitate the discovery and access to open geospatial data sources. In the further development of data.europa.eu, we strive to identify technological trends, i.e. recognisable trends or directions of development that might be worth further activities.
    Trends in geospatial data DEU
    • Webinar
    Course

    Measuring open data impact in Europe

    Measuring the impact of open data is a challenge both in Europe and globally. Initiatives exist, including the methodologies used by data.europa.eu, the OECD and the World Wide Web Foundation as well as a variety of national approaches. But each has its strengths and weaknesses. This webinar aims to provide an overview of these methods, with the goal to encourage further thinking and improvements so that impact can be measured better in future.
    Theme:
    Impact
    • Training
    Course

    Searching data with SPARQL

    This training gives access to the SPARQL Knowledge Graph. The Graph contains a wiki page with links to tutorials and video lectures, specifications, endpoints, explanations of SPARQL clauses and functions, syntax, query examples and many other resources. It was created by Ivo Velitchkov as part of the advanced training course organised by the Publications Office. The graph is continuously growing based on training sessions, support chats, and feedback. This course requires a basic knowledge of SPARQL and Knowledge Graphs. 
    Theme:
    Technology
    Searching data with SPARQL
    • Webinar
    • Reading
    • Videos
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    Data visualisation

    Half of the human brain is dedicated to processing things visually. Visualising information helps people to make sense of concepts and relationships and disentangle the complex world they live in. As a result, effective visualisations can contribute to a significantly better understanding of data as well as policies. They can achieve a considerably higher impact on policy-makers and citizens and contribute to considerably higher political support.
    Theme:
    Impact
    Technology
    Data visualisation
    • Training
    • Reading
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    Eurostat regional yearbook goes digital!

    This course focused on rethinking the format of publications in times of digitalisation and changing publication modes and user needs. Learning objectives  Learn about the digital transformation from a traditional printed publication into a modern interactive tool  Learn about the visualisation possibilities of statistics in an attractive format  Gain advice how to change a traditional publication format using good project management skills 
    Theme:
    Impact
    Technology
    Eurostat regional yearbook goes digital!
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    • Läsning
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    Understanding public data demand in the public sector

    As open data is playing an increasingly important role in the public sector, this course provide an overview about the demand and value creation of open data in the public sector. Learning objectives: Understand how public administrations are measuring the demand of data re-users in the public sector Learn about examples on public data resources value creation by public institutions Understand how countries involve potential re-users and promote re-use within governments at all levels
    Theme:
    Policy
    Effekt
    Understanding public data demand in the public sector
    • Training
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    Data citation: a guide to best practice [data citation, citation, interoperability]

    Everyday millions of people use data. They search, publish, reuse, analyse! But very often, a major difficulty for the users is finding the right data. And how to help them? It is simple: Cite the data! This training is focused on introducing the publication “Data citation: a guide to best practice”. It is a practical guide that includes recommendations and best practices on how to cite data. It is divided in 3 parts: Part 1: issues in data citation, general recommendations. Part 2: recommendations on specific formats and other elements for data citation. Part 3: other information (e.g. specific differences between recommendations). At the end you will find many useful annexes with checklists, diagrams and examples.
    Theme:
    Quality
    Data citation