DUG 2018: Building a Community of Scientific Data Repositories in an Open Science Landscape
Monday July 16th 2016
Marriott University Park, Tucson, AZ
The theme of the 2018 DataONE Users Group Meeting "Building a Community of Scientific Data Repositories in an Open Science Landscape" acknowledges and celebrates the contributions of the data repositories within the DataONE federation and the importance of interoperability for open science. The meeting will be held July 16th 2018 and co-located with the Summer ESIP Federation Meeting. We will also be hosting workshops as part of the ESIP agenda on July 17th 2018. Both meetings will be held at the Marriott University Park in Tucson, AZ.
Registration is now open here.
There is no cost to registration for this meeting.
A block of rooms has been held by ESIP at a group rate of $93 at the Marriott University Park, within GSA per diem rates for Tucson. This room block will be held until July 2nd 2018 or until filled. DataONE Users Group attendees should use the ESIP room block for their reservations. Full information is available on the ESIP meeting page.
The DataONE Users Group meeting will be a 1-day event featuring plenary presentations, topical breakout sessions, and community-led discussions in addition to an evening poster reception. Abstracts for talks and posters are solicited during the registration process. Talks will be approximately 10-15 minutes in duration, to be confirmed with development of the agenda. Oral presentations are not guaranteed and some submissions may be accepted as posters instead. Poster submissions will remain open until close of registration.
|Session 1: Plenary||DataONE Overview and Updates|
|Session 2: Plenary||DUG Business Meeting|
|Session 3: Plenary||Member Node Showcase|
|Session 4: Panel Discussion||Sustainability|
|Session 5: Breakout 1*||TBD: Scaling-up Infrastructure|
|Session 5: Breakout 2*||TBD: Oureach and Training|
|Session 6||Community Presentations|
|Session 6||Reception and Poster Session|
*community suggestions for break-out topics welcomed