[Esip-discovery] Discovery Cluster Call Today - Agenda winter sessions
david.neufeld at noaa.gov
Tue Oct 10 16:58:33 EDT 2017
Sorry Ed, just missed you (ran late from another meeting).
Let's try generating some discussion over the list (or switch over to an
esip slack channel).
I think the question at hand is whether the discovery cluster would like to
organize a submission for the winter meeting.
One idea might be a panel discussion submission on enabling/improving
discovery of earth science data that support 'socioeconomic value and
benefit of Earth science data'. From my perspective, I don't necessarily
know what economists are focused on when looking for earth science data to
support their analyses. We could pull in some folks for DOC, Census, NOAA
and NASA to discuss the topic to help better identify search
characteristics for that user group.
On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 2:04 PM, Armstrong, Edward M (398G) <
Edward.M.Armstrong at jpl.nasa.gov> wrote:
> I’m on via phone and nobody there ?
> From: Esip-discovery <esip-discovery-bounces at lists.esipfed.org> on behalf
> of David Neufeld via Esip-discovery <esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org>
> Reply-To: David Neufeld <david.neufeld at noaa.gov>
> Date: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 8:20 AM
> To: "esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org" <esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org>
> Subject: [Esip-discovery] Discovery Cluster Call Today - Agenda winter
> Hi All,
> Just a quick note that the next Discovery Cluster telecon is scheduled for
> 1:00pm PST / 4:00pm EST today 10/10/17, we'll discuss the call for winter
> sessions (see details below).
> Here's a link to the agenda and minutes:
> To join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone, click:
> You can also dial in using your phone
> United States: +1 (224) 501-3312
> Access Code: 131-281-357
> Call for winter sessions. 2018 ESIP Winter Meeting will be January 9-11,
> Promoting techniques to articulate and measure the socioeconomic value and
> benefit of Earth science data, information and applications. Sessions are
> generally 1.5 hour blocks and fit one of the following formats:
> Breakout Session—presentation-style session with multiple speakers
> sharing lessons learned, a new tool or new initiative.
> Panel Session—panel-style discussion with one moderator and a group of
> experts who represent different perspectives on a common topic.
> Workshop Session—classroom-style session to teach attendees; should be
> hands-on with limited use of slides.
> Working Sessions—roundtable-style session where participants work
> together to solve a specific problem.
> Business Meetings—dedicated planning time for Collaboration Areas.
> David Neufeld
> Senior Associate Scientist
> Software Engineering Support Branch
> Data Stewardship Division
> NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
> Ph. 303-497-6507
> The opinions expressed in this email are those of the author. They do not
> necessarily reflect the official views or policies of the University of
> Colorado, NOAA, Department of Commerce, or the US Government.
Senior Associate Scientist
Software Engineering Support Branch
Data Stewardship Division
NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
The opinions expressed in this email are those of the author. They do not
necessarily reflect the official views or policies of the University of
Colorado, NOAA, Department of Commerce, or the US Government.
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