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2019 DataONE Community Meeting

DataONE Community Meeting: Building on Success for a Sustainable Future

Monday, July 15, 2019
Greater Tacoma Convention Center
1500 Commerce Street, Tacoma, WA

Main Meeting Room 407
Breakout Room 404

Registration
Registration is closed but you are still welcome to join the meeting if you are in the area. There is no cost for registration for this meeting.

Accommodation
The DataONE Community (previously known as the DataONE Users Group) Meeting is colocated with the Summer ESIP meeting and there is a single hotel block reserved. The official hotel of the meeting is Hotel Murano, located at 1320 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402. The group rate is $121 per night. Online and phone reservations will be accepted until June 17, 2019. Full information is available on the ESIP meeting page.

Note: The ESIP hotel block is full. They are suggesting the following 2 hotels:

Abstract Submission
The DataONE Community Meeting will be a 1-day event featuring plenary presentations, topical breakout sessions, and community-led discussions in addition to an early 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.

Agenda

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Monday Jul 15th

0800 Breakfast
0830 Session 1: Welcome and Introduction to DataONE
0900 Session 2: The Future of DataONE
Upcoming Activities and Road Map
1000 Break
1020 Session 3: Facilitated Discussions (notes: bit.ly/DCM19_S3)
DataONE Future Directions
DataONE Mission, Vision, Values
DataONE Community Governance
1200 Lunch: Member Repository ePosters
1300 Session 4: DataONE Community Business Meeting (notes: bit.ly/DCM19_S4)
1330 Session 5: Breakout Sessions
Breakout A (Rm 404): (notes: bit.ly/DCM19_S5a) The DataONE Community: Discussion of emerging characteristics of the broader community informed by former survey and interview work. How can what we have learned inform strategic development?
Breakout B (Rm 407): (notes: bit.ly/DCM19_S5b)
A) schema.org as means of participating in DataONE; should DataONE harvest all relevant SO content to increase collection size?
B) Deeper dive into DataONE service offerings and value
1530 Break
1550 Breakout Reports
1610 Session 6: Community Presentations
Nextjournal: Democratizing data exploration. Joseph Kliegman
Providing Rich and Structured Dataset Quality Information – Practical Application of a Stewardship Maturity Matrix. Ge Peng et al
Environmental System Science Data Infrastructure for a Virtual Ecosystem (ESS-DIVE) - A New U.S. DOE Data Archive. Joan Damerow et al
1710 Break
1730 Reception and Poster Session (Foyer)


Tuesday July 16, 2019
DataONE will be co-leading sessions as part of the ESIP agenda. Those sessions that include presentations on work conducted by, or in collaboration with, DataONE are highlighted below. ESIP activities are not included in the DataONE Community Meeting registration and you must register with ESIP for full or one-day attendance.



Tues 7/16 1015-1145 FAIR Metadata Room 316
Tues 7/16 1245-1415 Metadata Evaluation – Tools and Results Room 316
Tues 7/16 1630-1800 Bridging the Gap between Discovery and Use (Data and Tools) Room 316
Weds 7/17 1530-1700 Metadata harvesting through schema.org Ballroom A
Thu 7/18 1030-1200 Current approaches for tracking and exposing research object usage metrics Ballroom D