[okfn-be] FW: [okfn-discuss] Open Knowledge Bibliography (for beginners)

Saskia Scheltjens Saskia.Scheltjens at UGent.be
Fri Dec 9 14:28:03 UTC 2011

*** apologies for cross-posting ***

This bibliography below might also be handy for this list.

Regards, Saskia

Saskia Scheltjens - Faculty Librarian
Ghent University - Faculty of Arts & Philosophy

'A book is not an isolated being: it is a relationship'
Jorge Luis Borges

Van: okfn-discuss-bounces at lists.okfn.org [mailto:okfn-discuss-bounces at lists.okfn.org] Namens Sam Leon
Verzonden: vrijdag 9 december 2011 14:43
Aan: okfn-discuss; OKFN Help
Onderwerp: [okfn-discuss] Open Knowledge Bibliography (for beginners)

Dear All,

I am putting together a bibliography of helpful works on open knowledge (open source, public domain, open science, open humanities, open government data etc). The list is primarily intended for people who are new to the open knowledge world and who want to find out more about it.

If you have articles, books, animations or films that you have found helpful in conceptualizing any aspect of open knowledge (they can be pro- or anti-), please put them on this thread or on the Wiki <http://wiki.okfn.org/Handbook/Recommended_Reading>.

All the best,


Sam Leon
Community Coordinator
Open Knowledge Foundation
Skype: samedleon
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