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Free event - Open Data and the Public Sector discussion
Griffith University, which opened in 1971, was named after Sir Samuel Walker Griffith, (1984 – 1920) who was not only twice the Premier of Queensland, but was also the first Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and the principal author of the Australian Constitution.
When the university commenced it set out to be "a new kind of university" with some very progressive ideas with its courses. Today, Griffith University is one of the top 5% in the world, with five campuses in South East Queensland.
Griffith runs a program for folk who have been or are students at the university, former or current staff or anyone interested in learning about the direction of libraries in the university or just attending a range of social functions and events at the various campuses.
For more details about the Griffith Friends of the Library program visit the website.
An upcoming event is Open Data and the Public Sector, which will be held at the Queensland College of Art Lecture Theatre, Griffith University, 226 Grey Street, South Bank
The event will be facilitated by Tim Cox, of 612 ABC Brisbane, and the panelists will discuss "the possibilities and potential of open data to improve process, productivity and performance in the public sector". The panelists are Mike Stapleton, Deputy Director-Genera, Department of Transport and Main Roads, Ann Tiernan, School of Government and International Relations of Griffith University, and Linda O'Brien, Pro Vice Chancellor, Information Services at Griffith University.
It will be held on July 16th, with doors opening at 5.30 pm, with the event commencing at 6 pm. Members of the Friends of the Library will be invited to a cocktail reception at the conclusion of the event. It is a FREE event, however, it is important to register for the event.
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