Biodiversity Data Mobilization TDWG 2015

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This wiki supports the TDWG 2015 Workshop / Demo Session:
Biodiversity Data Mobilization Models: Data Carpentry, Crowd Transcription and …your data mobilization models.

This workshop with demos focuses broadly on models for biodiversity data mobilization. Learn about models you can use to image your specimens and capture the data --- in ways that align with biodiversity data standards and established protocols. What models are out there now that facilitate digitization of natural history collections data and data use? Where do we find these models? Do they incorporate outreach and collaboration? How do these models give researchers faster access to more and better, more fit-for-use data? Do researchers, custodians of biodiversity data, and citizen scientists have the skills needed to create, use, and re-use the data?

TDWG 2015 Symposium - Biodiversity Data Mobilization Models - Agenda and Logistics

  • When: Tuesday September 29th, 2015. Time: 2:00 - 5:30 pm
  • Twitter: @iDigBio conveners: @idbdeb @libbyellwood

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Symposium Presentations

Tuesday, 30 September 2015

Biodiversity Data Mobilization Models
Time Title Presenter
2:00 - 5:30pm (local time)
1 2:00-2:30 Crowdsourcing Biodiversity Data Mobilization Libby Ellwood
2 2:30-3:00 OpenHerbarium: filling the gaps in biodiversity data Mary E. Barkworth, Curtis Dyreson, Edward Gilbert
3 3:00-3:30 Data Carpentry: one comprehensive model for teaching biodiversity informatics data management, research skills, and training instructors Deborah Paul, Tracy Teal, Matt Collins*
3:30-4:00 Break
4 4:-4:30 A simple model for large-scale data mobilization across a diverse organisation Nicky Nicolson
5 4:30-5:00 Capacity Building for Biodiversity Informatics: The experience of the National Biodiversity Centre, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Bhutan Sangay Dema
5 5:00-5:15 Overcoming the main challenges to sustainable biodiversity data mobilization in Benin Jean Cossi Ganglo
5:15-5:30 Discussion: W04 Biodiversity Data Mobilization Models Deb Paul and Libby Ellwood