More specifically :
• To help researchers identify the data from collections, databases and literature that are in their possession and relevant for an on-line publication.
12 people. Sub-Saharan African scientists, university members and students. Scientists involved in biodiversity monitoring, biodiversity information systems specialists, collection managers, university members, PhD students. The target audience can be composed of both trained IT professionals and scientists who apply IT technology in the context of biodiversity information management.
Deadline for applications: 15 March 2013. To obtain more information about the event, please contact Muriel Van Nuffel, (bioinfotraining AT africamuseum.be), Training and Study Visit Coordinator at the Royal Museum for Central Africa.
- Jacobsen, Kim (Contact)
- Van Nuffel, Muriel (Main contact)
- Smirnova, Larissa (Contact)