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Registration Open for DataONE Users Group Meeting (July 16)

(via Bob Sandusky, University of Illinois at Chicago)

The DataONE Users Group meeting is just over a month away. Register today!

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join us for the 2018 DataONE Users Group Meeting. Co-located with the with the ESIP Summer Meeting, we will have one full day of talks, break-out sessions, community presentations and an evening poster reception on Monday July 16th. This is a great opportunity to learn more about DataONE, to network with colleagues and to share your perspectives on the future of DataONE and the DUG. There is no cost to register and we are still accepting abstracts for talks and posters.

On July Tuesday 17th you may also join us for two half-day workshops offered by DataONE as part of the ESIP agenda (separate registration required). Details below:

For information on the DUG meeting, please go here.

Please also consider forwarding the DUG meeting information with colleagues and networks that are interested in DataONE.

Building a Community of Scientific Data Repositories in an Open Science Landscape

Monday July 16th 2018
Marriott University Park, Tucson AZ; co-located with the ESIP meeting

  • Bringing together repository managers and users in support of open science
  • Community contributed talks and posters
  • DataONE updates and visioning
  • Topical breakout sessions and workshops

There is no registration fee to attend and participate in the DUG meeting.
Information, registration and group hotel rates can be found at: bit.ly/DUG2018

Meeting Theme and Objectives
The 2018 meeting theme, “Building a Community of Scientific Data Repositories in an Open Science Landscape” will bring together repository managers, users and other stakeholders to explore achievements and future work in the open science landscape. Community talks and posters that explore broad topics of interoperability, preservation, data discovery, reproducible research and sustainability are invited.

DataONE encourages DataONE Member Nodes, data scientists, researchers, scientists, students and others to submit abstracts for posters and talks.

Abstract Submission for Posters and Talks

Abstracts for talks and posters are solicited during the registration process. Talks will be approximately 10-20 minutes in duration, to be confirmed with development of the agenda. Submissions for talks will be accepted until June 10th, 2018. Oral presentations are not guaranteed. Those not accepted as oral presentations will be given the option to present a poster. Poster submissions will remain open until the close of registration.

A shareable flyer and postcard are available online.  We would be grateful if you could circulate widely in your networks.

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