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# Preservation examples for Winter Meeting - Brent
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==Preservation examples for Winter Meeting - Brent/Erin==
# [[Data_Management_Course_Outline | Developing data management training modules]]
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* Session run by students integrating different clusters and how they overlap/commonalities.
# [[Interagency_Data_Stewardship/Citations | Citations]] ([[Interagency_Data_Stewardship/Citations/provider_guidelines|Draft Data Citation Guidelines]])
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* Climate change cluster decided upon and two areas looking at more public issues with IPPC (glaciers over Himalayas) and another session engaging the public in climate change data records (how to get the public engaged from a participant level to how they can use it for research). 
# [[Provenance and Context Content Standard]]
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* Lunch talk and two breakout sessions wrapping up with poster session. 
# [[Preservation_Use_Case_Activity | Use Cases]]
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* Group discussion on future ideas
# [[Preservation Ontology]]
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Notes:
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==[[Data_Management_Course_Outline | Developing data management training modules]] - Ruth==
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* Module deadline for AGU completed ~mid October
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* ½ day workshop at AGU and 1/2 at AMS
  
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==[[Interagency_Data_Stewardship/Citations | Citations]] ([[Interagency_Data_Stewardship/Citations/provider_guidelines|Draft Data Citation Guidelines]]) - Mark/Curt==
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* Natl Academy of Science (specifically The Board on Research Data and Information) hosted a symposium in Berkeley, CA with a variety of speakers and breakouts.  End result will be a report coming out next Spring summarizing the state of data citations and how to move forward.  Mark gave a brief talk including micro-citations. 
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Two projects that may come out of this are:
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#harmonizing data one and ESIP citation approach and
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#developing an EAGER proposal. 
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* Geo adopted ESIP guidelines
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* Journals
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* Identifiers paper (part two) – Tackling identifiers
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==[[Provenance and Context Content Standard]] - Curt==
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* Continue commenting on wiki
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==[[Preservation_Use_Case_Activity | Use Cases]] - Curt==
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* Look at use cases and try to get them documented and online
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* Need identifiers
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* FOAF (friend-of-a-friend) ontology
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==[[Preservation Ontology]] - Not ready to move forward==
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==AOB - Curt==
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* Curt took action for question of scientific equivalence and identifiers
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==Link to Brent's notes==
 
[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Es6x7lnZxydSpvTSLnVKWbt33rpq4ptBH-ZDarKGT64/edit?hl=en_US Brent's Notes]
 
[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Es6x7lnZxydSpvTSLnVKWbt33rpq4ptBH-ZDarKGT64/edit?hl=en_US Brent's Notes]

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[edit] ESIP Preservation and Stewardship Cluster Monthly Telecon 2011-09-14

Telecon: 1-877-668-4493
Access Code 231 383 72
Webex
3:00pm ET / 1:00pm MT

Agenda:

[edit] Preservation examples for Winter Meeting - Brent/Erin

  • Session run by students integrating different clusters and how they overlap/commonalities.
  • Climate change cluster decided upon and two areas looking at more public issues with IPPC (glaciers over Himalayas) and another session engaging the public in climate change data records (how to get the public engaged from a participant level to how they can use it for research).
  • Lunch talk and two breakout sessions wrapping up with poster session.
  • Group discussion on future ideas

[edit] Developing data management training modules - Ruth

  • Module deadline for AGU completed ~mid October
  • ½ day workshop at AGU and 1/2 at AMS

[edit] Citations (Draft Data Citation Guidelines) - Mark/Curt

  • Natl Academy of Science (specifically The Board on Research Data and Information) hosted a symposium in Berkeley, CA with a variety of speakers and breakouts. End result will be a report coming out next Spring summarizing the state of data citations and how to move forward. Mark gave a brief talk including micro-citations.

Two projects that may come out of this are:

  1. harmonizing data one and ESIP citation approach and
  2. developing an EAGER proposal.
  • Geo adopted ESIP guidelines
  • Journals
  • Identifiers paper (part two) – Tackling identifiers

[edit] Provenance and Context Content Standard - Curt

  • Continue commenting on wiki

[edit] Use Cases - Curt

  • Look at use cases and try to get them documented and online
  • Need identifiers
  • FOAF (friend-of-a-friend) ontology

[edit] Preservation Ontology - Not ready to move forward

[edit] AOB - Curt

  • Curt took action for question of scientific equivalence and identifiers

[edit] Link to Brent's notes

Brent's Notes

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