[Esip-preserve] No data stewardship meeting today

Amber E Budden aebudden at nceas.ucsb.edu
Mon Jul 13 11:58:27 EDT 2020

Hi all,

No data stewardship meeting today but lots of data stewardship activity over the next two weeks of the summer ESIP meeting.

Some things to look at:

1. Alexis put together a meeting guide with a list of the Data Stewardship-relevant workshops and breakouts, along with keywords, skill level tags, and a short description.
2. In the above guide, Alexis has left room for a suggested tweets. If these sessions are yours, pop some info there - Alexis will be promoting sessions
3. A plug for our 3 part cross committee session focussed on structured data on the web starting tomorrow at 11am Pacific 2pm Eastern. See below.

Do you want to use structured data better in your system?

Join us at:  Structured data on the web - putting best practice to practice.
	Tuesday 7/14 2pm Eastern
	Wednesday 7/15 11.30am Eastern
	Wednesday 7/15 12pm Eastern

The 3-part session has two primary goals:

1. Help practitioners get answers to questions
2. Drive adoption and technology

The first session will start off with participant-led lightning talks and discussion to design breakout sessions. On Wednesday we will move into breakout sessions across the two time slots. The first focused on developing a shared understanding of problems and technologies. The second focused on making progress on meaningful applications.

Join us tomorrow Tuesday Jul 14th with your thoughts on existing challenges that would benefit from discussion or  community engagement and/or opportunities ripe for exploration with existing technology or solutions.

We are excited for your contributions.

Amber E Budden, PhD
Director of Learning and Outreach
National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
aebudden at nceas.ucsb.edu

Co-PI Arctic Data Center
Co-PI Permafrost Discovery Gateway
Co-Lead DataONE

Need data skills?
Register for one of our Reproducible Research Techniques for Synthesis short courses.
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