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Arctos Taxonomy Webinar

Title: Arctos Taxonomy

Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Time: 3pm ET

Presenters: Mariel Campbell (Senior Collection Manager, Division of Genomic Resources, Museum of Southwestern Biology), Teresa Mayfield-Meyer (Project Manager, Divisihon of Genomic Resources, Museum of Southwestern Biology), and Phyllis Sharp (Departmental Associate, Department of Zoology, Denver Museum of Nature & Science)

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Darwin Core Hour: An Attribution Darwin Core Extension - What Would That Look Like?

UPDATE: Recording and Slides available at the following links.

Recording (Adobe Connect)

Recording (mp4 on Vimeo)

Slides

Title: An Attribution Darwin Core Extension - What Would That Look Like?

Date: Monday, 29 October 2018

Symbiota2

Title: Symbiota2
Speakers: Curtis Dyreson,  Ben Brandt, and Will Pearse
Date: Wednesday 5/9/2018
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm Eastern Time
Location: https://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/room

Curtis Dyreson,  Ben Brandt, and Will Pearse will review the major goals for the Symbiota2 software project.

1) Provide RESTful web services so that data can be easily incorporated into a scientific workflow,

Using Digitized Collections-Based Data in Research: A Free, Hands-On Crash Course in Ecological Niche Modeling

Emerging cyberinfrastructure and new data sources provide unparalleled opportunities for mobilizing and integrating massive amounts of information from organismal biology, ecology, genetics, climatology, and other disciplines.  Key among these data sources is the rapidly growing volume of digitized specimen records from natural history collections.

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Moving the Needle for Women: Addressing Sexual Assault and Harassment in Science

One recurrent explanation given for the underrepresentation for women in science careers is that there are just not enough qualified women for faculty and other leadership positions in science. However, the data indicate that the pipeline is actually preparing more women than ever before for STEM careers with women having earned more than 50% of all doctoral degrees since 2006.

Darwin Core Hour: The Problem of Time - Dealing with Paleontological and Zooarchaeological Specimens in Darwin Core

Title: The Problem of Time: Dealing with Paleontological and Zooarchaeological Specimens in Darwin Core

Date: Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Time: 1 PM (DST), 12 CDT, 2 PM Buenos Aires, 6 PM London, 17:00 UTC

Where: https://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/room

How to Design a Great Storytelling Project: Insights from NPR Training

How does your collection currently speak to the online world?  Would you like to learn more about digital storytelling and how to use online platforms for outreach?

Come join us for an exciting opportunity to learn from a member of NPR's training team and ask her questions on how you can improve your collection’s outreach with storytelling!

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FOSSIL Webinar Series Presents: Lisa White (UCMP) Promoting Women in Paleontology

The FOSSIL Project, in partnership with the Paleontological Society and the iDigBio Project, is sponsoring a four-part webinar series in Spring 2017 promoting Women in Paleontology. Connect to the webinars at http://bit.ly/WiPWebinar.  If you have questions, please contact fossil@flmnh.ufl.edu.

April 26, 7-8pm Eastern, Lisa White (University of California Museum of Paleontology

FOSSIL Webinar Series Presents: Cindy Lockner (Florida Fossil Hunters) Promoting Women in Paleontology

The FOSSIL Project, in partnership with the Paleontological Society and the iDigBio Project, is sponsoring a four-part webinar series in Spring 2017 promoting Women in Paleontology. Connect to the webinars at http://bit.ly/WiPWebinar.  If you have questions, please contact fossil@flmnh.ufl.edu.

March 29, 7-8pm Eastern, Cindy Lockner (Florida Fossil Hunters)

FOSSIL Webinar Series Presents: Brenda Hunda (Cincinnati Museum Center) Promoting Women in Paleontology

The FOSSIL Project, in partnership with the Paleontological Society and the iDigBio Project, is sponsoring a four-part webinar series in Spring 2017 promoting Women in Paleontology. Connect to the webinars at http://bit.ly/WiPWebinar.  If you have questions, please contact fossil@flmnh.ufl.edu.

February 22, 7-8pm Eastern, Brenda Hunda (Cincinnati Museum Center)

FOSSIL Webinar Series Presents: Tara Lepore (Alf Museum) Promoting Women in Paleontology

The FOSSIL Project, in partnership with the Paleontological Society and the iDigBio Project, is sponsoring a four-part webinar series in Spring 2017 promoting Women in Paleontology. Connect to the webinars at http://bit.ly/WiPWebinar.  If you have questions, please contact fossil@flmnh.ufl.edu.

January 25, 7-8pm Eastern, Tara Lepore (Alf Museum of Paleontology/Webb Schools)

Webinar: Isn’t that Spatial? Discover how to geo-enable your research and teaching with today’s interactive web mapping tools

Title: Isn’t that Spatial?  Discover how to geo-enable your research and teaching with today’s interactive web mapping tools.

Presenter: Joseph J. Kerski, (Environmental Systems Research Institute) ESRI

Date: October 12, 2016

Time: 3:00-4:00pm ET

Location: http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/eo

Webinar: Phylogenetic diversity comparison among Nebraska counties: example of a course-based undergraduate research experience (CURE)

Title: Phylogenetic diversity comparison among Nebraska counties: example of a course-based undergraduate research experience (CURE)

Presenter: Roxi Kellar

Date: November, 16, 2016

Time: 3:00-4:00 pm ET

Location: http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/eo

Integrating Natural History Collections into Undergraduate Education: Creating the Resources and Growing the Community

Title: Integrating Natural History Collections into Undergraduate Education: Creating the Resources and Growing the Community

Presenter: Anna Monfils, Central Michigan University

Date: September 21, 2016

Time: 3:00-4:00pm ET

Location: http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/eo

The FOSSIL Project Webinar Series: Basics of Fossil Preparation

 In partnership with the Paleontological Society and with technical support from iDigBio, the FOSSIL Project is pleased to announce t a four-part webinar series on the fundamentals of fossils during Fall 2016.

All are welcome to attend these free webinars!  Just connect at http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/fossil-webinars/ .  Please also note that CEUs are available for educators through registration at http://reg.conferences.dce.ufl.edu/SSP/1400056716.

The FOSSIL Project Webinar Series: Fossil Collecting - Where, How, & When to Find Fossils

In partnership with the Paleontological Society and with technical support from iDigBio, the FOSSIL Project is pleased to announce t a four-part webinar series on the fundamentals of fossils during Fall 2016. 

All are welcome to attend these free webinars!  Just connect at http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/fossil-webinars/.  Please also note that CEUs are available for educators through registration at http://reg.conferences.dce.ufl.edu/SSP/1400056716

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