Here you will find slides and handouts from the Dataharvest Digital 2020 sessions. The slides are ordered alphabetically after session name.

“Alternative revenue sources for independent organisations”, speakers Robert Schmidt and Richard Addy, date: Oct 20, 2020

“Bring your ‘silly question’ related to climate and energy!”, speakers: Sven Egenter and Julian Wettengel, CLEW, date: Sept 17, 2020

“Chase the money: How to write good grant applications”, speakers Brigitte Alfter and Stephanie Reuter, date Oct 22, 2020

“Climate change is fake news”, speaker: Annika Joeres, date Sept 16, 2020

“Crowdsourcing data and information for investigative projects”, speaker: Justus von Daniels, date Oct 20, 2020

“Data Buffet with the OECD”, speaker Jonas Teusch, date Sept 17, 2020

“Europe beyond coal – are we there yet?”, speaker: Yannis Orestis Papadimitriou, Sept 17, 2020

“Find connections in company and property registers” speaker: Miranda Patrucic, date Sept 3, 2020

FOI lunch 1: Catching up on trade secrets, speakers Stéphane Horel, Freja Wedenborg, Edouard Perrin, date: Sept. 22, 2020

FOI lunch 2: How to deal with data access obstruction?, speakers: Stéphane Horel (slides), Helena Bengtsson, Nils Mulvad, date: Sept 23, 2020

“From concept to reality: developing ideas for cross-border collaborations”, speaker Jeroen Trommen, date Oct 13, 2020

“From mine to your mobile phone: Tracking minerals”, speaker: Cécile Schillis-Gallego, date: Oct 7, 2020

“From newsletters to euros: how to monetise audience engagement”, speaker Oliver Moldenhauer, date Oct 22, 2020

“Generating story ideas from data”, speakers: Rui Barros (slides), Dada Lyndell (slides) Winny de Jong, date: Sept 30, 2020

“Going to court to get information: Cases from Spain and Greece”, date Sept. 24, speakers Stéphane M. Grueso and Stefanos Loukopoulos

“How can journalists and independent organisations find opportunities during the coronavirus crisis”, speakers Tabea Grzeszyk and John Crowley, date: Oct 21, 2020

“How to build a data hypothesis”, speaker: Anastasia Valeeva, date: Sept 16, 2020

My favourite free data tool, speakers: Ana Lutzsky (slides), Friedrich Lindenberg (Aleph Data Desk and guide to ADD), Hay Kranen (slides and link to Youtube-dl), Kira Schacht (Table Capture and Tabula), Marije Rooze: Mapshaper, Daniel S: https://onodo.org and https://onodo.org/visualizations/8047

“Nine principles for the ethical use of AI”, speaker: Andreas Marckmann Andreassen, date: Sept 29, 2020

“Putting yourself on the map: learn how to map data in QGIS“, speaker: Niko Kommenda, date Oct 20, 2020

“Researching the rise of the far right across Europe”, speakers Silvio Duwe and Eleonora Vio, date Oct 15, 2020

“Size doesn’t matter: how small independent organisations can learn from each other and collaborate effectively (editorial)”, speaker Rachel Knaebel, date Oct 20, 2020.

“Size doesn’t matter: how small independent organisations can learn from each other and collaborate effectively (non-editorial)“, speakers Jan-Willem Sanders and Pierre Leibovici, date Oct 19, 2020

“Stress management for journalists”, speakers Kim Brice and Robin van Raaij,

“Tenders and procurement”, speaker: Eva Belmonte, date Sept 10, 2020

“Tenders and procurement”, speaker: Manuela Cruz, date Sept 10, 2020

“The Shell Papers: Freedom of Information requests are part of the story”, speakers: Bas van Beek, Roger Vleugels, date Sept 22, 2020

“Tracking environmental problems with satellite pictures”, Speaker: Ben Heubl, date: October 7

“Tracking planes and ships”, speakers Lawrence Marzouk and Dada Lyndell, date Oct 6, 2020. Other links from the session: UN First Committee Resolutions and Decisions Database, Global Witness Sudan investigation, Virtual radar

“Tracking stuff with GPS and other gadgets”, speakers: Minna Knus-Galán and Marcus Lindemann, date: Oct 8, 2020

“Using access to environmental information rules”, speaker: Daniel Simons, date Sept 23, 2020

“Where to find 137 billion euros”, speaker: Nico Schmidt, date Sept 15, 2020