Collaborative Georeferencing Demo Webinar

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UPDATE: on Vimeo Webinar Video: CoGe DEMO

UPDATE: on Vimeo Part II CoGe Discussion after DEMO

UPDATE: Blog Post CoGe Collaborative Georeferencing DEMO Webinar

For Georeferencing large amounts of locality data, maximize your efforts with the power of collaboration. Humans are in-the-georeferencing-loop. The GEOLocate Collaborative Georeferencing suite of tools provides an elegant way to manage groups of people georeferencing your project's locality data. By facilitating the creation of locality record sets by such features as higher geography, and language, staff and volunteers can be matched to localities that take advantage of unique knowledge (a particular person's skill-set). Georeferencing is then both faster, and more accurate. This live DEMO covers exporting locality data from a database, uploading that locality data to the GEOLocate Collaborative Georeferencing suite for georeferencing, and issues with getting the now georeferenced locality data records imported back into your particular database. Save the date to your calendar now and please invite your colleagues and friends!

Who: Nelson E. Rios, Manager of Collections and Bioinformatics, GEOLocate Software Developer, Tulane University Biodiversity Research Institute
Where: (headphones recommended)
When: Thursday, May 1st, 2014 from 1 - 2 PM EDT (lecture, demonstration, followed by discussion)
What to bring: Your questions, your insights
Keywords: GEOLocate, georeferencing, collaboration, data integration

On Twitter: @iDigBio #geolocate


Start Date: 
Thursday, May 01, 2014 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm EDT