nycSoData 2016 - Sessions
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HoursSessionMain Stage (200)Coworking (Large) (30)Boardroom (25)Antechamber / Coatroom (25)Workshop Room (25)Coworking (Small)
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9:00-10:00Doors openRegistration with light breakfast and coffeeXXXXX
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10:00 - 10:10Keynote SessionWelcoming and framing
Noel Hidalgo, BetaNYC
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10:10 - 10:20Keynote SessionJohn Kaehny, Reinvent AlbanyXXXXX
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10:20 - 10:30Keynote SessionSteven Adler, NYCLU Board of Directors talking about the day's Economic Justice JamXXXXX
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10:30 - 10:35Keynote SessionDirector of Community Jennifer Shaw, Civic HallXXXXX
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10:35 - 10:40Keynote SessionDeputy Chief Analytics Officer Lindsay Mollineaux, NYC Mayor's Office of Data Analytics (MODA)XXXXX
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10:40 - 10:50Keynote SessionExecutive Director Jennifer Pahlka, Code for AmericaXXXXX
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10:50 - 11:00Keynote SessionNYC Chief Technology Officer Minerva TantocoXXXXX
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11:00 - 11:10Keynote SessionManhattan Borough President Gale A. BrewerXXXXX
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11:10 - 11:20Keynote SessionNY City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-ViveritoXXXXX
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11:20 - 11:30Keynote SessionKeynote closing and day of logisticsXXXXX
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11:45 - 12:30Session 1The road ahead - how to improve NYC open data law & practice.

John Kaehny, Reinvent Albany
NYCLU's Economic Justice Jam kickoff sessionTreesCount, a conversation with NYC Parks department on growing their tree data.

NYC Parks Department
XNYC 311 Youth Data TrackNYCLU's Economic Justice Jam
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12:45 - 1:30LUNCHMBP Gale Brewer interviewed by Lauren RenneeXXXXX
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1:45 - 2:30Session 2Council Labs: Building a Different Approach to Digital Engagement // NYC Council Speaker's officeCitizen Science with Jessie Braden, Pratt Institute / Liz Barry, TreeKit & Public LabsFOIL 101 (Workshop) // Dominic Mauro, Reinvent AlbanyOpen data & civic technology within community based organizations, by NYC Civic Innovation FellowsNYC 311 Youth Data TrackNYCLU's Economic Justice Jam
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2:45 - 3:30Session 3New York City Council Member Ben Kallos & Mark Headd / Accela // Future of civic open data standardsOpen Data dot biz // Host: David Moore, Participatory Politics FoundationIntroduction to NYC's Geoclient // NYC DOITTNYC 311 as NYC's most valuable data resource // Chenda Fruchter & Magdilne VargasNYC 311 Youth Data TrackNYCLU's Economic Justice Jam
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3:45 - 4:30Session 4Citizen 2 Gov Collaboration // Jackie Lu, Parks Department & John Paul Farmer, Microsoft CivicOpen Data for Impact with the Mayor's Office of Data AnalyticsDiscovering New Dimensions of City Data Ecosystems Through Location Intelligence // CartoDBXNYC 311 Youth Data TrackNYCLU's Economic Justice Jam
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4:45 - 5:30Closing SessionClosing Session with the New York Public Library Space Time Directory & NYCLUXXXXX
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Closing SessionRecap from the NYCLU Economic Justice Jam:
Nikki Zeichner, lawyer, designer + Code for America alumna
Rebecca Ackerman, Data Analyst at Case Commons + Code for America alumna
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Closing SessionRepresentatives from the New York Public Library's Space Time Directory projectXXXXX
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5:30 - 6:30 hAppy HourCharcuterie & DrinksXXXXX
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