Marieke Guy author profile

Marieke Guy is a project manager at Open Knowledge, a worldwide non-profit network of people passionate about openness, using advocacy, technology and training to unlock information and enable people to work with it to create and share knowledge.
 
She is particularly interested in issues around openness in education (open data, open access, open science, open assessment) and online communication. She co-ordinates the Open Education Working Group  and currently works on the PASTEUR4OA Project, aligning Open Access policies across Europe.
 
During her 13 years at UKOLN she was involved with a number of interesting projects and ventures. Her last 2 years were spent as an Institutional
Support Officer for the Digital Curation Centre (DCCworking towards raising awareness and building capacity for institutional research data management.
 

Prior to this she worked on community and outreach projects including IMPACT, QA Focus, Jisc Observatory, Greening events and UKOLN cultural heritage activities. She also project-managed ePrints UK, Subject Portals Project, JISC Standards Catalogue, immersiveInformatics and Good APIs.

For 7 years Marieke co-organised the Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) series of events with Brian Kelly. The event was designed for those involved in the provision of institutional Web services and offered a test bed for innovative event amplification approaches.

Marieke was the remote worker champion at UKOLN ensuring that the UKOLN remote workers were included in UKOLN activities and integrated into UKOLN culture. Marieke continues to write a blog on cultural issues, organisational attitudes and useful technologies related to remote working.

Marieke Guy,  Project Manager, Open Knowledge

Marieke Guy
Project Manager
Open Knowledge

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Marieke is particularly interested in issues around openness in education (open data, open access, open science, open assessment) and online communication - hence her recent move to the Open Knowledge.

During her 13 years at UKOLN she has been involved with a number of interesting projects and ventures. Her last 2 years were spent as an Institutional Support Officer for the Digital Curation Centre (DCC) working towards raising awareness and building capacity for institutional research data management.

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Profile last updated: 
Wednesday, 8 July 2015