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GBIF Governing Board Meeting GB21

New Delhi (India)
16-18 septiembre 2014
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Conferencia Internacional "Botánicos del siglo XXI: funciones, retos y oportunidades"

Paris (France)
22-25 Septiembre 2014
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Taller GBIF.ES sobre herramientas para Cibertaxonomía

Madrid
24-26 septiembre 2014
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News Archive - Page 25

You will find here EVERY piece of news collected in the news archive of GBIF.ES.


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February the 23rd, 2011
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2nd Call for the Workshop on GIS and GEOLocate

The Coordination Unit of the Spanish GBIF Node organises in April the 4th-8th the second call for the Workshop on GIS and GEOLocate. This workshop will tackle both the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at a basic level as well as an introduction to the GEOLocate software, an electronic georeferencing solution designed to facilitate the task of assigning geographic coordinates to the locality data associated with natural history collections. Subscription forms must be submitted to info@gbif.es before March the 15th.

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February the 11th, 2011
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E-Learning Workshop on Data Quality in biodiversity databases.

Subscription period is now open for the upcoming Online Workshop on Data Quality in biodiversity databases that will take place from March 21st to April 4th, 2011. This workshop is addressed to people who work with biological databases: both those working in natural history collections and those working with other biodiversity-related databases. The principles of data quality will be revised together with methods to increase this quality in our databases. Subscription forms must be submitted to info@gbif.es before February the 18th. More information...
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February the 2nd, 2011
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GBIF.ES E-Learning

We announce here that a new section focused on GBIF.ES e-Learning is available at the website of Spanish GBIF Node. In this section, apart from some general concepts about what Electronic Learning is, you can find information about: the scenario for the development and selection of a Learning Management System (LMS); the ATutor 2.0 Learning Management System (used by the Coordination Unit of GBIF.ES), the AContent repository where all the online courses are stored, links to the virtual training workshops organized by the Coordination Unit and other useful resources for distance education. It is also possible to download either a complete ATutor User Guide or a User Guide just for students, both in Spanish.

All this information is available at:  http://www.gbif.es/eLearningGbifes.php (in Spanish)

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January the 27th, 2011
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The Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation has issued its 2011 call for grants to hire support technicians. These are grants up to 18.000 EUR per year to co-fund hiring technicians in different post categories, always related to Research and Development (R&D), which include technicians working at herbariums and natural history colections (scientific-technological technicians modality).

The Coordination Unit of GBIF would like to remind that many of the proposals that were submited last years were successful.

The deadline for submissions is February the 23rd, 2011. More information...
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January the 27th, 2011
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New version DARWIN_TEST 2.1

It is now available the new version DARWIN_TEST 2.1. Darwin Test is a software application to validate and check records from datasets in a Darwincore 1.2/Darwincore 1.4 format. Among other functionalities, this version enables transforming UTM, MGRS and sexagesimal geographic coordinates to decimal geographic coordinates. This new version includes also improvements in the blurring coordinates process and calculation of the radio point of uncertainty. 

Find further information about DARWIN TEST in its website: http://www.gbif.es/darwin_test/Darwin_Test_in.php

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January the 26th, 2011
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Agreement between Rey Juan Carlos University and GBIF.ES

As a result of the collaboration agreement signed in late 2010 between Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC) and the Coordination Unit of the Spanish GBIF NodeBiology students from URJC may validate their participation in GBIF.ES trainig workshops as optional credits up to 2 per year from 2011 on. Subjets in biodiversity informatics -which we consider basic in biologists training- may soon become part of the Biolody grade thanks to this agreement. The annual GBIF.ES training plan can be found here.

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