Оцифровка коллекций и публикация данных

Оцифровка коллекций и публикация данных

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Aleksandr Kokorin (LMSU Marine Research Center, Moscow)
Alexey Mishin (Institute of Oceanology, Moscow)
Alyona Tretyakova (Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin, Ekaterinburg)
Anna Zhadan (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (ББС), Moscow)
Antonina Kremenetskaia (Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Moscow)
Daria Portnova (Institute of Oceanology, Moscow)
Diana Malikova (Institute of Oceanology, Moscow)
Dim Akhmedyanov (Bashkir State University, Ufa)
Kirill Minin (Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Moscow)
Kristina Medvedeva (Altai State University, Barnaul)
Lyudmila Khlyap (A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow)
Maria Korneykova (Institute of North Industrial Ecology Problems – Subdivision of the Federal Research Centre “Kola Science Centre of Russian Academy of Science”, Apatity)
Nikolay Fadeev (All-Russian Research Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (VILAR), Moscow)
Nikolay Neretin (Lomonosov Moscow State University (ББС), Moscow)
Olga Ilina (Petrozavodsk State University, Petrozavodsk)
Roman Ufimov (Komarov Botanical Institute of RAS, Saint-Petersburg)
Stepan Senator (Institute of Ecology of the Volga river basin of RAS, Togliatty)
Tatyana Berezina (Institute of Steppe UB RAS, Orenburg)
Tatyana Drozdenko (Pskov State University, Pskov)
Vera Timofeeva (Forest Research Institute of the Karelian Research Centre of the RAS, Petrozavodsk)
Yury Buyvolov (Prioksko-Terrasniy Biosphere Reserve, Moscow)
Zorigto Namsaraev (NRC "Kurchatov Institute", Moscow)

Time
15–17 May 2018 TUE–THU
 
Registration
Until 5 April 2018 using webform
 
Venue
Russia, Moscow, P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences (SIO RAS) Nakhimovsky Prospekt, 36 Google maps Profsoyuznaya metro station, 400 m walk
 
Organisers
Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology - the Branch of the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of RAS (IMPB)
Natalya Ivanova, Maxim Shashkov (IMPB, GBIF.ru) gbif.ru@yandex.ru
 
Host institution team
Andrey Gebruk, Antonina Rogacheva
 
External support
Nataliya Budaeva (ForBio, University of Bergen, SIO RAS), Dmitry Schigel (GBIF Secretariat)
 
Funding
The event is funded by a GBIF - FinBIF data mobilization grant for European Russia and through Multidisciplinary EDUcation and reSearch in mArine biology in Norway and Russia (MEDUSA) project funded by the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU).

 

Teachers
 
Digitisation
Sophie Pamerlon (GBIF France), 
Larissa Smirnova (Royal Museum for Central Africa, Botanic Garden Meise,  Belgium),
Susan Matland (University of Oslo, Norway)
Publishing data
Natalya Ivanova (IMPB RAS, GBIF.ru),
Maxim Shashkov (IMPB RAS, GBIF.ru),
Nina Filippova (Yugra State University, GBIF.ru)
Practicalities
No course fee. Travel (train, up to Compartment carriages, K class) and accommodation (max. 70 euro/night, 3 nights from 14/15 till 16/17 May) support is available for limited number of participants who are based in European part of Russia. Train tickets and hotels should be booked and paid by the confirmed participants. Expenses will be reimbursed after the course; participants eligible for reimbursement should keep tickets and hotel receipts. Meals at own cost, except coffee breaks.
 
Prerequisites
Interest to digitisation (databasing) of natural history collections. An IPT account of your organisation should be in place by 1 May 2018, for those not having an account yet, instructions will be provided to the selected participants. General digitisation and data publishing principles will be taught. Everyone attempting collection digitisation is welcome, but priority will be given to applicants with immediate plans to digitize wet collections and to publish data through GBIF. Participants needs to bring own laptops.
 
Description
Three-days on-site course in Moscow with reading task before and data publishing task after. An intensive on-site training will be comprised of i) general introduction to the world of global biodiversity data and GBIF, ii) starting and managing digitisation projects at the collection or institutional scale, general principles of digitisation and practical advice, and iii) data publishing through GBIF. The latter part of the course in particular aims at the beginners who would like to learn publishing biodiversity data through GBIF, but do not know how it is done. This part will enhance the capacity of experts trained for biodiversity data digitization and to expose data in the global pool. The datasets are published as digital authored academic products with DOIs from the organisational accounts and in-built data citation mechanism. Participants will be introduced to GBIF supported data standards and support available in Russia. The course will have a strong focus on the technical aspects of data mobilization through GBIF.org. The event will have a strong practical approach and will include the study key concepts of biodiversity informatics, introduction to the Darwin Core Standard, data standardisation, data publishing utilizing GBIF’s Integrated Publishing Toolkit (IPT). As a result, attendees of the course would be able to comfortably navigate through global biodiversity data, set a local digitisation project, manage an IPT account, and to prepare datasets for online publication.
 
Resources, homework, and required reading
You need to read through those resources at least once before your come to the course. We recommend that you start at least two weeks before the course: read once, let it rest, read again, this time making notes and writing down your questions. You will be able to clarify those during the course. We will not check your homework, but the efficiency of your time during the workshop improves significantly if you come prepared (even if slightly confused).

Day 0, 14 May 2018, Monday

Arrivals day, check-in
Afternoon - teachers briefing, place and time TBA
 

Day 1, 15 May 2018, Tuesday

Main lecture hall. Course participants, staff of Institute of Oceanology, invited guests. No registration required, but max 300 people

9:00 Arrivals to the venue, settling in
9:30 Nataliya Budaeva Introduction to event, logistics
10:00 Dmitry Schigel GBIF, role and mission
10:45 Larissa Smirnova Introduction to digitisation, institutional and global value
11:30 COFFEE
12:00 Susan Matland Starting and running a digitisation project in a (wet) collection
12:45 Sophie Pamerlon Principles of digitisation, what and why
13:30 End of general part 
           LUNCH
           Registered participants continue in the smaller auditorium
15:00 Sophie Pamerlon, Larissa Smirnova, Susan Matland Digi 3. Mindmaps, timelines, flowcharts: your goals and resources
16:30 TEA
16:45 Discussion
18:00 end of day 1
19:00 Turbo social dinner near Shirshov (place, booking, payment)

Day 2, 16 May 2018, Wednesday

10:00 Susan Matland (Norway) Digi 4. Digitisation of wet collections: practical tips
11:00 COFFEE
11:30 Sophie Pamerlon Europe Digi 5. Do’s and Dont’s of data capture
13:00 LUNCH
15:00 Natalya Ivanova GBIF in Russia - why join the community
Maxim Shashkov, Natalya Ivanova Introduction to data standards in GBIF
16:30 TEA
17:00 Maxim Shashkov, Natalya Ivanova Introduction in GBIF data standards. Discussion
18:30 end of day 2

Day 3, 17 May 2018, Thursday

10:00 Natalya Ivanova, Nina Filippova
Mapping data: hands on practice in data standardization.
11:00 COFFEE
11:30 Natalya Ivanova, Nina Filippova
Mapping data. Discussion.
13:00 LUNCH
15:00 Maxim Shashkov
IPT training. Your organisation’s account. Test publishing I.
16:30 TEA
17:00 Maxim Shashkov
IPT training. Test publishing II. Discussion, homework and resources
18:00 End of course, goodbyes.

Note that there is no accommodation arranged after the night 16/17 May, and participants willing to extend their stay in Moscow need to take care of that independently.