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Webinar Series: Coastal and Ocean Data Management Best Practices

Updated: Mar 8, 2022

COINAtlantic has been busy with a full year of transitions, but we are now returning to finishing current projects.

COINAtlantic is planning a series of information/training webinars aimed at explaining open data platforms and data management plans. The Webinar Series is based on the progression of topics covered in the upcoming best practices guide and the results of the pre-survey. Training sessions will include an interactive component to walk attendees through concrete steps to implement and/or augment data management practices within the participants’ own organization. COINAtlantic is working with subject matter experts to ensure that the appropriate material is covered in each virtual training session.

This Webinar Series is conducted as part of COINAtlantic’s project, Coastal and Ocean Data Management Best Practices, aimed at empowering non-governmental organizations to help increase and improve organizational data management capacity for projects in marine and coastal environments with a best practices guide and training materials.

Read more about the Coastal and Ocean Data Management Best Practices Project here.

There are three webinars in the Series. Please see below for webinar information and registration for the first webinar, CIOOS Atlantic.

Topic: CIOOS Atlantic

Date: March 9, 2022 11am-12pm

Guest Speaker: Jeff Cullis

Join Jeff Cullis, Alexi Baccardax Westcott, and Shen Molloy, from CIOOS Atlantic to learn how to share your data with CIOOS and what CIOOS can do for your organization. As Canada’s nucleus for ocean observing, CIOOS makes connections for a sustainable ocean future. CIOOS aims to foster partnerships and grow a powerful online platform that generates information, knowledge, and place-based solutions to advance our understanding of the ocean.

Topic: Ocean Biogeographic Information System

Date: March 16, 2022 11am-12pm AST

Guest Speaker: Ward Appeltans

The Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) is a global open-access data and information clearing-house on marine biodiversity for science, conservation, and sustainable development.

Presentation title: Research Data Management: From Plan to Preservation.

Date: March 23, 2022 1pm-2pm AST

Guest Speaker: Nichole DeMichelis, Robyn Nicholson, Tamanna Moharana from the Digital Research Alliance of Canada

Research data management, or RDM, is increasingly recognized as an important part of the research enterprise in all disciplines. With the introduction of the Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy, and the broad recognition of principles such as FAIR, it’s crucial for researchers to understand and adopt good RDM practices. And it’s not even all that hard! This workshop will give you an overview of the essentials of RDM, with tips, resources, and tools that you can begin to incorporate into your work right away. Topics will include

  • What is research data management, and why is it important

  • What is a data management plan, and how can it help you

  • What are some simple but effective steps you can take to manage data now so you are prepared to share or preserve your data later

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