[ESIP-all] Evaluating YOUR Earth Science Project at the ESIP Summer Workshop

Ana Prados aprados at umbc.edu
Mon Jun 4 11:16:27 EDT 2012

Hi All,

/See below for an opportunity for free advise/help for YOUR data 
management or
applications research project at the Summer ESIP meeting. Please also 
joining us for this event on July 17th.


*_ESIP Evaluation Workshop Project Requests_*

The Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP Federation) 
is organizing a hands-on
workshop on Earth Science project/program evaluation in Madison, 
Wisconsin on July 17^th , the first
day of the ESIP summer meeting 
(http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Summer_2012_Meeting). The workshop
will be taught by two evaluation professionals -- Joshua Joseph 
(Partnership for Public Service) and Kseniya
Temnenko (Global Environmental Facility) and is intended for applied 
scientists, data providers and
project/program managers. The main goals of the workshop are 1) Teach 
skills on evaluating YOUR Earth
science data/applications project and 2) Develop a community of practice 
for Earth Science evaluation. ESIP is
  seeking a list of current or past Earth Science projects to feature as 
'Case Studies' for the event. The chosen
project(s) will be discussed throughout the workshop as attendees learn 
the various steps and questions key
for developing a project evaluation framework. Good candidates are 
current or past applications or data management
Earth Science projects that 1) have clearly defined goals as to the 
value added/benefit to a decision making activity for a
specified end-user entity or organization and 2) The project has not yet 
evaluated its success or is a completed project
that did not provide this analysis.Ideally, the project lead/PI or 
someone with in depth knowledge of the project
would also attend the workshop in person, but this is not required. For 
questions or to send your suggestions
please contact Ana Prados atAna.I.Prados at nasa.gov 
<mailto:Ana.I.Prados at nasa.gov>

Ana I. Prados, Ph.D
Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology (JCET)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Code 614, Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics Laboratory
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD 20771
703-338-2119 (cell)
301-614-5494 (office)
Ana.I.Prados at nasa.gov

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