Join iDigBio and colleagues from GBIF, Université de Montréal, New York Botanical Garden, and NHM London in a colloquium at the Botany 2021 conference highlighting the impact of and potential for community data curation on herbaria.
Join iDigBio at the Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) Conference 2020!
Due to the pandemic, TDWG 2020 will be entirely virtual, and registration to attend is free. Working group sessions were held September 21-25, and the virtual conference is scheduled for October 19-23. See the October session schedule and register at https://www.tdwg.org/conferences/2020. A sampling of sessions are highlighted here:
Please join us for a symposium on "Envisioning Collections Management for the Evolving Biodiversity Data Lifecycle," originally prepared for the SPNHC & ICOMNATHIST 2020 Conference. This event has been rescheduled from June 10 to June 23, 2020.
Zoom link: https://ufl.zoom.us/j/92345453432?pwd=czhhZDJpSm4zejlDVXhuU2FJMFVmUT09 (password is 712214)
Title: Best Practices for Integrating Collections into Education
Date: Full day symposium on June 22, 2017
Sponsored by: SCNet, iDigBio, NSCA, AIM-UP!, BLUE, SHC, and SPNHC
Organizers: Anna Monfils, Molly Phillips, and Gil Nelson
iDigBio is pleased to announce the upcoming Symposium "Data and digital images: progress, tools and scientific need for digitizing Pacific biological specimen collections" at the 23rd Pacific Science Congress: Science, Technology and Innovation, June 13-17, 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
We invite presentations from students and professionals about the digitization of natural history collections data in the Asia-Pacific region and the use of mobilized collections data for research.
Wendy Applequist, Associate Curator at the Missouri Botanical Garden, will present a symposium on Tuesday afternoon of the Botany 2014 conference.
The following is the abstract for the symposium from the Botany 2014 website (http://www.2014.botanyconference.org/engine/search/index.php?func=detail&aid=9):
Larry Page, Pam Soltis, Bruce MacFadden, and Joanna McCaffrey are collaborating to plan a two-part symposium at the annual meeting of the Society for the Preservation of Natural History collections. The first half of the symposium will describe the iDigBio program, NIBA, and ADBC. The second half of the symposium will feature presentations by invited speakers who use natural history specimens to study topics such as climate change or other complex biodiversity questions. The symposium is co-sponsored with NSCA.