Difference between revisions of "Strategies for Vertebrate Digitization Workshop"

From iDigBio
Jump to: navigation, search
(Presentations)
(Presentations)
Line 63: Line 63:
 
*[[Media:Lopez-iDigBio_CitizenScience.pdf|Integration of citizen science activities with research collection databases (Andres Lopez)]]
 
*[[Media:Lopez-iDigBio_CitizenScience.pdf|Integration of citizen science activities with research collection databases (Andres Lopez)]]
 
*[[Media:Singer-Ithaca EO Talk 2015.pdf|Creative methods for utilizing collections for education and outreach (Randy Singer)]]
 
*[[Media:Singer-Ithaca EO Talk 2015.pdf|Creative methods for utilizing collections for education and outreach (Randy Singer)]]
*[[eBird (Steve Kelling)]]
+
*eBird (Steve Kelling)
 
*[[Media:IDigBio_GAM.pdf|Restoring natural history collections of native amphibians and reptiles in South Dakota (Gabrielle Maltaverne)]]
 
*[[Media:IDigBio_GAM.pdf|Restoring natural history collections of native amphibians and reptiles in South Dakota (Gabrielle Maltaverne)]]
 
*[[Media:Prestridge-Leveraging_Library_Resources.pdf|Leveraging library resources for storing and curating media (images primarily) associated with specimens (Heather Prestridge)]]
 
*[[Media:Prestridge-Leveraging_Library_Resources.pdf|Leveraging library resources for storing and curating media (images primarily) associated with specimens (Heather Prestridge)]]
*[[Introduction to media (Ed Scholes)]]
+
*Introduction to media (Ed Scholes)
 
*[[Media:Medler-Digitizing-managing-futureproofing media FINAL.pdf|Digitizing, managing and future proofing media yourself (Greg Budney and Matt Medler)]]
 
*[[Media:Medler-Digitizing-managing-futureproofing media FINAL.pdf|Digitizing, managing and future proofing media yourself (Greg Budney and Matt Medler)]]
 
*[[Media:Brown.frogs.and.media.pdf|Co-collection of physical and media specimens: why bother? (frogs) (Rafe Brown)]]
 
*[[Media:Brown.frogs.and.media.pdf|Co-collection of physical and media specimens: why bother? (frogs) (Rafe Brown)]]
*[[Co-collection of physical and multimedia bird specimens: opportunities and challenges in the field (Brent Benz)]]
+
*Co-collection of physical and multimedia bird specimens: opportunities and challenges in the field (Brent Benz)
*[[Co-collection of physical and media specimens: why bother? (fish) (John Sullivan)]]
+
*Co-collection of physical and media specimens: why bother? (fish) (John Sullivan)
 
Thursday, 7 May 2015
 
Thursday, 7 May 2015
*[[Biodiversity media in the 21st century (Mike Webster)]]
+
*Biodiversity media in the 21st century (Mike Webster)
 
*[[Media:Nelson_AdvancingAccessDigitalMedia.pdf|Discussion 1: What should be preserved? (Gil Nelson)]]
 
*[[Media:Nelson_AdvancingAccessDigitalMedia.pdf|Discussion 1: What should be preserved? (Gil Nelson)]]
 
*[[Media:Discussion2.pdf|Discussion 2: How to preserve it? (Ed Scholes)]]
 
*[[Media:Discussion2.pdf|Discussion 2: How to preserve it? (Ed Scholes)]]

Revision as of 16:48, 28 July 2015

Digitizing the Past and Present for the Future
iDigBio Logo RGB.png

Quick Links for Summit 2014 Workshop
Strategies for Vertebrate Digitization Workshop Agenda
Strategies for Vertebrate Digitization Biblio Entries
Strategies for Vertebrate Digitization Workshop Report

This wiki provides support for the Strategies for Vertebrate Digitization Workshop to be held at Cornell University, 4-7 May 2015

Digitization Resources Home

Workshop Announcement

Agenda and Logistics

Presentations

Monday, 4 May 2015

Tuesday, 5 May 2015


Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Advancing the Accessibility of Digital Media for Biological Research in the 21st Century, May 7

Workshop Recordings

Monday, 4 May 2015

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Workshop Resources

Planning Team

  • Molly Hagemann (Bishop Museum)
  • Gil Nelson (iDigBio/Florida State University)
  • Cody Thompson (University of Michigan Museum of Zoology)
  • Mike Webster (Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology)