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  • Presentation to the tutors at the University of Cape Town Writing Centre on 06 February 2020. This presentation covers an introduction of Wikipedia, and how it can effectively be used by students for research.
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  • This Presentation was given as an Opening Address at UCT Open Data Day on 6 March 2020.
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  • Presentation for UCT's Open Data Day held on the 06 March 2020. The presentation focuses on open government data for SDG reporting in African countries.
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  • This presentation was given at UCT's Open Data Day on 6th March 2020. The presentation outlines the utility of repeat photography in understanding changing landscapes, through citizen science. Historical landscape photographs are scientifically valuable evidence of what landscapes looked like in the past and can be a useful source of biodiversity data in otherwise data-deficient geographic regions. Acquiring repeats of historical photographs on broad geographic scales is possible through rePhotoSA, a collaborative citizen science project led by the Plant Conservation Unit and the FitzPatrick Institute at UCT, which hosts an open online repository of historical landscape images.
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  • Presentation to the tutors at the University of Cape Town Writing Centre on 06 February 2020. This presentation covers an introduction of Wikipedia, and how it can effectively be used by students for research.
    Data Types:
    • Video
  • This Presentation was given as anOpening Address at UCT Open Data Day on 6 March 2020.
    Data Types:
    • Video
  • Presentation for UCT's Open Data Day held on the 06 March 2020. The presentation focuses on open government data for SDG reporting in African countries.
    Data Types:
    • Video
  • This presentation was given at UCT's Open Data Day on 6th March 2020. The presentation outlines the utility of repeat photography in understanding changing landscapes, through citizen science. Historical landscape photographs are scientifically valuable evidence of what landscapes looked like in the past and can be a useful source of biodiversity data in otherwise data-deficient geographic regions. Acquiring repeats of historical photographs on broad geographic scales is possible through rePhotoSA, a collaborative citizen science project led by the Plant Conservation Unit and the FitzPatrick Institute at UCT, which hosts an open online repository of historical landscape images.
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    • Video
  • This presentation was given on the 6th March 2020 at UCT's Open Data Day. It covers areas around 'making existing data available', 'changing data culture', 'changing data space',
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  • This presentation was given at UCT's Open Data Day 2020. It shares some thoughts on making data accessible and draws on some examples of ways the National Income Dynamics Study data was made more accessible.
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