During the five-day course, participants will work closely with trainers to address compelling biodiversity research questions and focus on the entire scope of a research project, including data acquisition, tools for data evaluation, analysis, and project dissemination and outreach.
The Biodiversity Informatics Training Workshop (BITW), will provide participants with the training and experience to work with primary biodiversity data sources and new tools necessary to become proficient in biodiversity informatics and conduct biodiversity research.
Short workshop on data quality and data cleaning issues hold associated to the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC) and National Science Collections Alliance (NSCA) joint meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Workshop on biodiversity data provision tools for the GBIF Network. It included training in two types of software: DiGIR Provider and ABCD Provider. It also included the installation of a custom DiGIR data portal.