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3rd Annual Digital Data Conference: Methods, Protocols, and Analytical Tool...

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The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in collaboration with iDigBio of the Florida Museum of Natural History is pleased to announce the third annual Digital Data in Biodiversity Research conference, to be held 10-12 June 2019 at Yale University, New Haven, CT.

The 2019 conference will focus on methods, protocols, and analytical tools for the use of digital data in biodiversity research and encompass the uses of such data across all disciplines within the biological and ecological sciences. Special emphasis is placed on the use of digitized specimen data and big data analytics. A full conference description is in process and the call for papers and conference registration will open January 28, 2019. Please save the date and watch for further announcements via several listservs and on this announcement page (https://www.idigbio.org/content/save-date-methods-protocols-and-analytical-tools-specimen-based-research-biological-sciences). The conference will again provide an important opportunity to explore digital data tools, techniques, discoveries, and outcomes across all biodiversity research domains. For further information, please contact Gil Nelson at gnelson@floridamuseum.ufl.edu or Jill Goodwin at jvgoodwin@fsu.edu.

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Registration: Registration fees are a modest $100.00 for professionals, $50.00 for students.

We are also pleased to offer the Ecological Society of America’s (ESA) popular and successful Sustaining Biological Infrastructure: Strategies for Success (SBI) course, to be co-located with the conference. This course helps leaders of digital data resources, collections, field stations, and labs enhance their skills in strategic planning, communication, and financial management to make their projects more successful and sustainable. The course will be held June 12-14. Enrollment: $849 (discounted from $975). Colleague discount:(second team member from the same project/lab/etc) $649. Limited space available. Please contact Jill Parsons, ESA’s Associate Director of Science Programs, at jill@esa.org or Emily Mastrianni, Science Programs Specialist, at emily@esa.org for more information.

Early registration deadline for workshop proposals: 23 March 2019

Registration deadline for those submitting an abstract: 30 April 2019

General registration deadline: 17 May 2019

A link to submit abstracts will be provided in the confirmation email sent after registering.

Cancellations cannot be accepted for this conference.


Lodging: For lodging options visit https://www.idigbio.org/wiki/index.php/Yale_Digital_Data_Lodging_information

On-campus lodging will be offered again this year at Yale's Benjamin Franklin College.
Dorm Rates are as follows:
- Single Bed: $86.10/night + 1 time $30 admin fee
- Shared Room: $73.50/night +1 time $30 admin fee
- There is also an option for guests to purchase a linen pack (sheets/towels) for an additional $28

Visit the Lodging Page above for more information.


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