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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
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Previous Webinars and Discussion

The DataONE Webinar Series

The DataONE Webinar Series is designed to engage participants in relevant and cutting-edge topics within the Earth and environmental sciences. Please join us for discussions on open science, the role of the data lifecycle, and achieving innovative science through shared data and ground-breaking tools.

Webinars follow an academic calendar and run September through May, pausing during the summer months.
Previous webinars have included:

  • Building Collaborative Bridges: Opportunities and Challenges for Data Sharing and Citation
  • DataONE: Current services, new tools and future developments
  • Research Computing Skills for Scientists: Lessons, Challenges, and Opportunities from Software Carpentry
  • Empowering Earth Science Communities to Share Data Through Guided Metadata Improvement
  • Assuring the quality of your data: A natural history collection community perspective
  • Announcing DataONE Search: A New Way to Discover Data
  • How and Why Researchers Share Data
  • Building Collaborative Bridges: Opportunities and Challenges for Data Sharing and Citation
  • The Open Science Framework: Increasing Reproducibility Across the Entire Research Lifecycle
  • The data flood: Implications for data stewardship and the culture of discovery
  • Provenance and DataONE: Facilitating Reproducible Science
  • Make Data Count: Measuring Data Use and Reach
  • Boyle’s Laws in a Networked World: How the future of science lies in understanding our past
  • Open Data and Science: Towards Optimizing the Research Process

Webinar Series Facts

  • Webinars will occur monthly at 9 AM US Pacific time (12PM US Eastern time) on the second Tuesday of the month, starting February 10th 2015. Each webinar will last one hour, with 30-40 minutes for the presentation and 20-30 minutes for discussion
  • Remote access using GoToWebinar
  • Webinars will be recorded and posted on this website afterward
  • An open forum will be available for 24 hours after the webinar to facilitate further discussion between participants and the speaker
  • Check out the DataONE Google Calendar for updates

Please contact us to suggest topics or speakers.