Governments have utilized Open Government Data (OGD) portals as a means to enhance citizen comprehension of government policies. However, conventional portals are primarily designed for data publication, rather than presentation in a user-friendly manner that facilitates citizen understanding. This limitation is attributable to the lack of time, technical skills, and tools necessary to achieve this objective. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to address this issue by introducing StoryOGD, a prototype that enables the merging and presentation of data on government portals in a citizen-friendly manner through the use of data storytelling. Further research will investigate the impact of storytelling portals on citizen engagement with open data.
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - Jul 2023|
|Event||dg.o 2023: 24th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research - Gdańsk, Poland|
Duration: 11 Jul 2023 → 14 Jul 2023
Conference number: 24
|Scientific committee||dg.o 2023: 24th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research|
|Abbreviated title||dg.o 2023|
|Period||11/07/23 → 14/07/23|
- Open Government Data
- data storytelling
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Prize: National/international honour