Workshops

December 06, 2023

People Identifiers Roundtrip to Collection Management Systems

Bionomia roundtrip Put the disambiguation of people's names into practice with a particular focus on collections management systems. The purpose is for you to share how you or your colleagues do this (or intend to do this) in the software you use at your respective institutions through incorporation of logic, scripts, and/or persistent and unique identifiers. We will discuss and demonstrate how the Frictionless Data Packages available on Bionomia might facilitate this process. We will set the stage with a broader discussion about the purpose of person identifiers, where they can be found, and our motivations for applying, using, and sharing them.

Questions & Answers as well as Breakout Groups are not recorded.
Presenters may have additional content such as links to their slides included under their YouTube videos, each linked below.

Agenda
Time (UTC) Title Presenter
13:00 – 13:05 Welcome, Agenda, Code of Conduct David Shorthouse
13:05 – 13:15 Bionomia: Mission, Integrations, and Updates David Shorthouse
13:15 – 13:25 Collecting ORCIDs from the Research Landscape Shivendra Naidoo
13:25 – 13:35 Wikidata: The Rosetta Stone of the Linked Data Web Lydia Pintscher
13:35 – 13:45 Questions & Answers
13:45 – 13:55 The Impact of Who: in the database, in the wild Deborah Paul
13:55 – 14:15 Disambiguation Exhibition
The Tower of Babel in international collections Krisztina Lohonya
Betty Johnson: A disambiguation example Siobhan Leachman
The Gandalf Effect Sabine von Mering
14:15 – 14:30 Break
14:30 – 14:40 TaxonWorks, GBIF, and Bionomia: how can we move from a one-way to a roundtrip? Tommy McElrath
14:40 – 14:50 A workflow for working with three CMS's and an intern at RBGE. Robert Cubey
14:50 – 15:00 Disambiguating and roundtripping with EMu and Wikidata at Te Papa Gareth Watkins
15:00 – 15:10 EarthCape CMS Demo Evgeniy Meyke
15:10 – 15:20 Roundtripping through Wikidata and Darwin Core Mathias Dillen
15:20 – 15:35 Specify agents data model and identifiers
Semi-automatically adding identifiers from frictionless data to SPECIFY CMS
Grant Fitzsimmons
Joaquim Santos
15:35 – 15:45 Roundtripping at the University of Oslo Rukaya Johaadien
15:45 – 16:00 Questions & Answers
16:00 – 16:15 Break
16:15 – 16:45 Breakout Groups
16:45 – 16:55 Breakout Group Reports
16:55 – 17:00 Wrap-Up & Next steps David Shorthouse

November 27, 2023

Systematikdagarna 2023

Systematikdagarna 2023

Linking natural history specimens to the world's collectors, https://systematikforeningen.se/systematikdagarna-2023/ in collaboration with TETTRIs .


November 04, 2023

Entomological Collections Network 2023 Siobhan Leachman ; David Shorthouse and Deborah Paul

July 28, 2023

Claiming specimens from NEON fieldwork, Andrew Johnston


July 23, 2023

Supporting inclusive and sustainable research infrastructure for systematics (SISRIS)

SISRIS logo Supported by a conference grant from the US National Science Foundation to Dr. Andrea Weeks (George Mason University; Ted R. Bradley Herbarium), and Drs. Shawn Zeringue-Krosnick and Twanelle Majors (Tennessee Tech University; Hollister Herbarium). It supports two US-based workshops and symposia at the 2023 annual meetings of the Association of Southeastern Biologists and Botany 2023. The purpose of the work is to share new practices that improve attribution of natural history specimens and highlight research advances in systematics that can be made as a consequence of improved people-data within biodiversity informatics databases.


June 30, 2023

Connecting Te Papa natural history collectors and identifiers, Siobhan Leachman


March 24, 2023

Supporting inclusive and sustainable research infrastructure for systematics (SISRIS)

SISRIS logo Supported by a conference grant from the US National Science Foundation to Dr. Andrea Weeks (George Mason University; Ted R. Bradley Herbarium), and Drs. Shawn Zeringue-Krosnick and Twanelle Majors (Tennessee Tech University; Hollister Herbarium). It supports two US-based workshops and symposia at the 2023 annual meetings of the Association of Southeastern Biologists and Botany 2023. The purpose of the work is to share new practices that improve attribution of natural history specimens and highlight research advances in systematics that can be made as a consequence of improved people-data within biodiversity informatics databases.


April 12, 2022

Arctos Webinar: Intro to Bionomia (external web service for agent data)


November 02, 2021

Uso de Bionomia, Zabdi Lopez


September 07, 2021

LD4 Wikidata Affinity Group

April 15, 2021

Serie de webinars SiB Colombia - 2021, Jennifer Girón e David Shorthouse


December 01, 2020

The "Who" in Collections: Revealing the Network of Collectors and Determiners of Bat Specimens