Join iDigBio and panelists from the community in a moderated conversation about sustaining digitization and data mobilization activities in biodiversity collections beyond initial grant funding. Panelists will discuss strategies for integrating digitization into an institution’s ongoing activities and budget, including what metrics they see as valuable for gaining internal support. Panelists will also consider impediments to sustaining digitization.
Register now: 3-day Training to Develop a Sustainability Plan
The Sustaining Biological Infrastructure (SBI) Training Initiative is offering a spring session of their 3 day Strategies for Success course.
UF CAIRES (Center for Adaptive Innovation, Resilience, Ethics, and Science) sponsored a two-day Sustainability and Social Media Conference on Friday, April 17-18 2015, at the Levin School of Law. iDigBio graduate student Randy Singer was fortunate enough to be invited as a panelist for a session on Digitizing Nature.
by Deborah Paul, on Twitter @idbdeb