Thu, Mar 12 | Online open consultation

Timeslot 1 (EAST) Session #1: SYNTHESYS+ Virtual Workshop on Collection

This first in a series of virtual workshops organized under the alliance for biodiversity knowledge aims to help us develop a common international vision for the scope, content and services for a catalogue of the world's natural history collections.
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Timeslot 1 (EAST) Session #1: SYNTHESYS+ Virtual Workshop on Collection

Time & Location

Mar 12, 2020, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM GMT+1
Online open consultation

About the Event

Recording #1 

This first in a series of virtual workshops organized under the alliance for biodiversity knowledge aims to help us develop a common international vision for the scope, content and services for a catalogue of the world's natural history collections.  

Because of the global focus of this discussion, we wish to encourage the widest possible participation from members across the biodiversity knowledge community. You don't have to manage a collection or directly use their materials to consider joining the discussion—fresh perspectives may make it possible to identify uses of data and information from a catalogue of collections not previously envisioned. 

 

Join the Open facilitated online consultation here

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Session #1: SYNTHESYS+ Virtual Conference on Collection Descriptions

 

Agenda 

  • Welcome
  • Presentation

- Goals for consultation

- Process 

- Topics (from Ideas Paper)

  • Issues and gaps

- Should we add any extra topics? 

- Are there suggestions for ways to improve the process?

  • Contributing to the consultation process 

- Submit documents (or slide sets, videos, etc.) 

- Assist with translation of selected materials.

- Publicise the consultation through relevant networks

  • Summary of action points

Because of the global focus of this discussion, we wish to encourage the widest possible participation from members across the biodiversity knowledge community. You don't have to manage a collection or directly use their materials to consider joining the discussion—fresh perspectives may make it possible to identify uses of data and information from a catalogue of collections not previously envisioned. 

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