iDigBio Public Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop (Day2 AM Session1)

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TitleiDigBio Public Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop (Day2 AM Session1)
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Conference2012
AuthorsiDigBio
Conference NamePublic Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop
KeywordsPublic Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop
URLhttp://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/p609oowvghg/
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8:00–8:30

Watson, Bill.

Chief of Onsite Learning, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. The Smithsonian's public engagement projects.

Resources available to new projects that engage the public in science.

8:35–8:55

Newman, Greg.

CitSci.org Project, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, Colorado. The power of many: many people, many programs, and a common goal.

Lessons learned while developing successful public engagement projects.

9:00–9:20

Flemons, Paul.

Team Lead, Atlas of Living Australia Biodiversity Volunteer Portal. Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia.

EMu’s in the cloud ruminations on interesting interfaces, efficient workflows and building an infrastructure for crowdsourced digitising that is open and integrated.

9:25–9:45

Bonter, David.

eBird and FeederWatch, Lab of Ornithology, Cornell Univ., Cornell, New York.

Engaging the public in ornithological research: Lessons learned from 50 years of citizen science at Cornell.

9:50–10:10

Newman, Sarah.

Citizen Science Coordinator, NEON, Inc., Boulder, Colorado.

Lessons Learned from NEON's Project BudBurst: a national citizen science program.