New article: “Flipped Classroom Real-World Activities for Learning Open Computing Concepts” International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) 17(7): 293-312, authored by I. Bosnić, I. Čavrak, B. van Loenen (2022).
New article: “Identifying and Overcoming the Barriers Towards Open Data of Public Undertakings” Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems (INDECS) 20(2): 96-111, authored by Frida Boone, B. van Loenen (2022)
New article: “Open National CORS data ecosystems: A cross-jurisdictional comparison” Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems (INDECS) 20(2): 78-95, authored by W. Supinajaroen, B. van Loenen, W.K. Korthals Altes (2022)
New article: “Towards digital innovation: Stakeholder interactions in agricultural data ecosystems in Croatia” in Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems (INDECS) 20(2): 190-209, authored by L. Hrustek, M. Tomičić Furjan, Filip Varga, A. Džidić, B. van Loenen, D. Šalamon (2022).
New article: “4D Musrenbang: Designing User Experience (UX) to Support Public Participation in Spatial Planning for Indonesia” In Proceedings of the 7th International FIG Workshop on 3D Cadastres (95-112), by N.A. Nur An Nisa Milyana, B. van Loenen, W.K. Korthals Altes, H.D. Ploeger (2021).
New article: “Showcase of Active Learning and Teaching Practices in Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Education”, in AGILE GIScience Ser., 3, 18, authored by Welle Donker, F., van Loenen, B., Keßler, C., Küppers, N., Panek, M., Mansourian, A., Zhou, P., Vancauwenberghe, G., Tomić, H., and Kević, K.
New Article: “(Non)negotiable spaces of algorithmic governance: Perceptions on the Ubenwa health app as a ‘relocated’ solution”, New Media and Society 24(4) (by Anu Masso, Martha Chukwu, and Stefano Calzati)
New article: “Federated data as a commons: a third way to subject-centric and collective-centric approaches to data epistemology and politics”, Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society (by Stefano Calzati)
New Article: “Towards value-creating and sustainable open data ecosystems: A comparative case study and a research agenda”, JeDEM-eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government, 13(2), 1-27 (leading author Bastiaan van Loenen)
Stefano Calzati will be presenting online the paper ” ‘Critical Turn’ in Geomatics and Geospatial Information Systems: An Epistemologically Sound Foundation for Sustainable Development Goals” in the Data Power Conference held in person conjointly in Ontario, Bremen, and Sheffield, as well as online, from the 22nd to the 24th of June.