Job Opp @iDigBio with the Digitization/Workforce Training Team @FSU

Thu, 2019-06-20 18:14 -- dpaul

UPDATE: The application process is closed, candidate review is underway.

UPDATE: There's still time - one week left to apply!

iDigBio is seeking a new team member for the Digitization and Workforce Development branch of the project. The group is located at Florida State University in Tallahassee.

Symbiota training session: introduction to specimen management

Mon, 2014-08-25 07:43 -- maphillips

Interested in learning more about the option of managing specimen data within a Symbiota portal? If so, join the Digitization Interest Group on Wednesday morning for an online training session that will provide an introduction to specimen management within a Symbiota portal.

When: Wednesday, August 27, 9-10am Pacific Time (12-1pm EDT)

Specify 6 Workshop

Mon, 2013-07-01 10:49 -- ojosephs

The Biodiversity Institute at University of Kansas, iDigBio, and the Specify Software team are pleased to co-sponsor a 5-day Specify 6 workshop to be held the week of August 12-16, 2013 in Lawrence, KS. This is a "progressive workshop," beginning with Specify 6 installation and basics and progressing through advanced topics. Each participant will attend up to 3 consecutive days, depending on need and experience with Specify. The success of this workshop may lead to similar workshops in the future.

Second Train-the-Trainers Georeferencing Workshop (TTT #2)

Mon, 2013-04-15 18:05 -- dpaul

What: iDigBio's Second Train-the-Trainers  Georeferencing Workshop (TTT #2)

UPDATE: Participants Selected, GWG Second Train the Trainers Workshop Agenda finalization in progress.

NOTE: We will have AdobeConnect set up for REMOTE participation. Join us!

Save the Date Now and Join us remotely! See you August 12th - August 16th.

     Application submission deadline was Thursday May 9th, 2013.

     Application via Google Form:

When:  August 12 – 16, 2013 [note August 11 / 17 are travel days]

Where: University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Who: Interested members of current TCNs, PENs and others in the biodiversity natural history collections community.

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