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Participants at this event are staff caring for small and regional collections, essentially, non-national museum curators. This workshop will key in on ideas, models, and training for incorporating digitization at this level. The goals are to focus on practical recommendations that require very little in the way of additional budget or expertise where possible. Practical training may be offered in one or two key areas, for example, georeferencing, data standards,  and review of recommendations based on the Five Task Clusters paper (Nelson, et al 2012). Future plans include repeating this event for other regional (non-national museum) UK curators.
 
Participants at this event are staff caring for small and regional collections, essentially, non-national museum curators. This workshop will key in on ideas, models, and training for incorporating digitization at this level. The goals are to focus on practical recommendations that require very little in the way of additional budget or expertise where possible. Practical training may be offered in one or two key areas, for example, georeferencing, data standards,  and review of recommendations based on the Five Task Clusters paper (Nelson, et al 2012). Future plans include repeating this event for other regional (non-national museum) UK curators.
  

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Date: 9 March 2018, 8:45 AM - 16:45 PM
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Abstract

UK-SWANS Practical Digitisation Workshop. Participants at this event are staff caring for small and regional collections, essentially, non-national museum curators. This workshop will key in on ideas, models, and training for incorporating digitization at this level. The goals are to focus on practical recommendations that require very little in the way of additional budget or expertise where possible. Practical training may be offered in one or two key areas, for example, georeferencing, data standards, and review of recommendations based on the Five Task Clusters paper (Nelson, et al 2012). Future plans include repeating this event for other regional (non-national museum) UK curators.

Agenda

Time Topic Presenter / Facilitator
8:45 Coffee
9:00 Welcome & 5 minute stand ups
your collection in focus
All
9:45 Workshop goals & structure
why are we here?
Isla Gladstone
9:50 What is digitisation? Getting to GBIF and beyond Greg Riccardi
10:00 A framework: the 5+ task clusters
pre-digitization curation and staging
specimen image capture
specimen image processing
electronic data capture
georeferencing specimen data
+ personnel
+ workflows
+ biodiversity informatics managers (or not)
Gil Nelson
10:05 Pre-digitisation curation
decisions, decisions, practical and policy
10:30 Specimen image capture & processing
best practices, current trends
Gil Nelson
11:00 Coffee
11:20 Electronic data capture
best practices, options, lessons learned
Deborah Paul
11:50 Practical: Data standards (Darwin Core+)
making data shareable
Greg Riccardi
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Managing data, a new resource
who will do it?
workflows documentation and sharing
personnel
Gil Nelson
14:30 Practical: Geo-referencing specimen data
getting your specimens on the map
Deborah Paul
15:30 Coffee
15:50 Data publishing
pathways to publishing
importance of metadata
expectations, benefits, research
Greg Riccardi
16:20 Community resources
sharing knowledge of worldwide expertise, materials
Deborah Paul, All
16:30 Wrap up
final surgery
assessment
next steps
group photo
16:45 Close