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Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Ground Truth 2.0 - Environmental knowledge discovery of human sensed data

Description: Ground Truth 2.0 delivers the demonstration and validation of six scaled up citizen observatories in real operational conditions both in the EU and in Africa. It will strengthen the full feedback-loop in the information chain from citizen-based data collection to knowledge sharing for joint decision-making and cooperative planning.

Friday, 06 May 2016
Bosnian government delegation completes study visit to eGovlab

An 8-member delegation from the Bosnian government has concluded its study visit to eGovlab, DSV, Stockholm University. During the three-day visit, the delegation was briefed on open innovation, co-creation and Sweden’s Digital Strategy. A series of presentations, as well as a hands-on workshop, took place at eGovlab, where the participants identified challenges within their public sector in local context.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016
Photo: eGovlab, DSV.

eGovlab, Stockholm university, hosted a workshop on March 31st about the prototyping of the platform eSkills Match, a European-wide learning system that will identify the lack of e-skills and digital competences and offer tools and methods to gain (re)-training.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016
Open Innovation and Co-Creation Workshop at eGovlab

Over the recent years eGovlab at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm university has played an instrumental role within the SIPU International Training Programmes (ITP) for candidates from​ East European & African countries. On April 20th eGovlab organized a workshop focusing on the specific thematic of egovernance, co-creation and open innovation.

Thursday, 07 April 2016
E-Remisser Envisioning Workshop

Regeringskansliet, the Swedish agency whose mission is to help the government to implement its policies, met eGovlab for a workshop focused on the future planning of e-remisser (or e-referrals). The aim of the workshop was for eGovlab to function as a catalyst, building a bridge between the current state of understanding and the future targets to the desired reforms of the e-remisser system.