Registration is open for the next Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN) Scotland meet-up which takes place on the evening of Monday 7th May at the Edinburgh Napier University Merchiston campus (room E17). Doors open 17:30, talks start 18:00, and the event is expected to finish around 20:00. The event is organised by Centre for Social Informatics colleagues Peter Cruickshank and Dr Bruce Ryan. Continue reading
I recently wrote a short report of the fifth evening meet-up of the Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) Edinburgh.
The meet-up was hosted by the
Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier Merchiston campus on Tuesday 5th March.
I’m really pleased to see that
Nicola Osborne, Social Media Officer at EDINA, has posted a full report of the event to the OKFN Edinburgh web site. Read it here.
Last Tuesday the Centre for Social Informatics hosted the fifth evening meet-up of the Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) Edinburgh.
Around forty participants came along to the event held in the Apex café on the
Edinburgh Napier University Merchiston campus. As is the practice at these events there was plenty of time for networking. We enjoyed the refreshments and chat prior to the first set of presentations, in a break in the middle of the meeting, and at the end of the evening.
Last Thursday I attended an evening meet-up of the Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) Edinburgh, along with Peter Cruickshank (one of my colleagues from the Centre for Social Informatics).
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