Digitization Template 6

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This page provides resources and information for the series of digitization training workshops being conducted by iDigBio as well as a plethora of digitization information and resources. Included is a growing list of links to documents, websites, videos, presentations, and other important information related to biological collection digitization.

iDigBio Intro

The following links provide general introductory information on iDigBio.

Interest/Working Groups

The following links take you to Interest/Working Groups focused on Digitization. For other working groups please use the following link iDigBio Working Groups

Workshop/Symposia Wikis and Reports

The following collapsible tables contain all the Workshop/Symposia wikis and their corresponding Reports, in reverse chronological order.

Calendar Year 2015

Workshops and Symposia Wikis Workshop Reports
Workshop Wiki, University of Florida, Gainesville (January 13-14 2015) A report was not created for this workshop

Calendar Year 2014

Workshops and Symposia Wikis Workshop Reports
  • iDigBio Summit 2014 Report
  • Data Carpentry Workshop at iDigBio
  • Leveraging Digitization Practices across Multiple Domains
  • Small Herbarium Digitization Workshop at Botany 2014- Report
  • Digitized natural history collections records in traditional research, collaborative research, and big data research, (Report to be added)
  • Georeferencing Natural History Collections (Report to be added)
  • SPNHC 2014 Special Interest Group (Report to be added)


Calendar Year 2013

Workshops and Symposia Wikis Workshop Reports

Calendar Year 2012

Workshops and Symposia Wikis Workshop Reports

Calendar Year 2011

Workshops and Symposia Wikis Workshop Reports
  • A report was not created for this workshop

Digitization Avenue

The following links provide information on the task clusters that enable efficient and effective digitization of Biological and Paleontological Collections. If you are unfamiliar with the task clusters please read the following Five task clusters that enable efficient and effective digitization of biological collections.