[Esip-preserve] Data Stewardship Meeting TODAY
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Mon Nov 9 14:48:54 EST 2020
Today’s topic reminds me of an article I stumbled on a couple years ago about feminist citation practices:
> On 9 Nov 2020, at 11:43, Amber E Budden via Esip-preserve <esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org> wrote:
> Hi all
> A quick reminder of our upcoming meeting and link to the agenda <https://Yes,%20the%20agenda%20can%20be%20found%20at:%C2%A0https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OQmT3C6TPVCFcgW3Pwl3SrBlcjz2X-lG2tdDH2b6_r0/edit#heading=h.itp1ucfeo2qk>.
> As you recall, we are switching up the model to have a focussed, topical discussion with brief reports. Please enter your report updates to the notes in advance.
> The topic for this month will be: Ethics of Attribution, led by Kelsey and Alexis. There is a brief, 5 minute read <https://envirodatagov.org/collaborative-authorship-edgis-values-first-approach-to-attribution/> that you might like to look at in advance.
> Amber E Budden, PhD
> Director of Learning and Outreach
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