Dear AgBioData community members,
We’d like to invite you to join the “2022 AgBioData Community Workshop: Facilitating crosstalk and network building across working groups” on March 15–17 (7-9 AM Pacific Time).
Anyone who uses, generates, or manages agricultural biological data is encouraged to attend. Hearing about the issues that you encounter when searching for, accessing, and reusing data in your research is very important for developing standards and best practices for FAIR data. Even if you can’t make it all three days, we hope that you can participate.
As part of our NSF RCN grant https://www.agbiodata.org/node/472, we currently have nine working groups (WGs) focusing on different aspects of data sharing and management in agriculture (more information about the WGs here https://www.agbiodata.org/all-working-groups). The goals of this community workshop are:
providing a forum for the individual WGs to communicate what they are working on;
gathering detailed, impactful community feedback on specific questions that the WGs have about data curation, archiving, and management in agriculture.
Each day will start with short presentations from selected working groups, followed by breakout sessions, where WG and non-WG members can meet and discuss relevant topics, and a brief reporting period at the end.
Register for our community workshop here https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYtduqqqjsrGdfRHdV8yKhUNHUQBbAeLIEmand for more information on the schedule visit our website https://www.agbiodata.org/node/475.
Please email us with any questions.