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Project Evaluation 101 +The basics of project evaluation will be presented via a combination of presentations and hands-on activities and conducted by an evaluation professional. Using a case study specific to Earth Science data and/or applied research, participants will have the opportunity to practice key steps in project evaluation such as development of evaluation questions, identification of project metrics and how to put together a Logic Model. REQUEST: All day Tuesday, July 17th

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The Realities of Implementing Identifier Schemes to Data Objects +Study of nine different identifier schemes by the Data Stewardship Committee resulted in recommendations for use of certain schemes for data objects. The recommendations were tempered by the caveat that implementation of the nine schemes could change the recommendations. For the second phase of the study. a test was set up to implement the nine identifier schemes by assigning identifiers to two different data sets and at least some of the components of the data sets. This presentation will present the findings based on that test for discussion by the various ESIP committees and clusters interested in furthering the discussion of identifiers for data objects, and for non-data objects.
ToolMatch Implementation Talkoot +ToolMatch (http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/ToolMatch) is a community-built set of semantic web applications to match datasets up with the tools that work on them. Simply by contributing information about datasets and the tools that work with them, we will be able to present data users with a comprehensive list of useful, appropriate tools. ToolMatch is currently underway within the Semantic Web cluster. Depending on where we are at the time of the workshop, the Implementation Party may consist of working on application and ruleset design, integration, and population of the ToolMatch database. Yes, we will actually be baking ToolMatch right there in Madison!

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Using Technology Tools To Enhance Collaboration: Solutions from Education Initiatives +This session will feature technology tools that enable collaboration without travel (and minimum carbon) as presented by ESIP members who use these tools in Education initiatives. Demonstrations will be accompanied by a discussion of associated best practices. The emphasis will be on free and low cost options that you can use right away. No long learning curve in this workshop! Workshop presentions will feature: WebEX—It can do more than you think Facebook—Creating an online community to support your project Twitter—Stay connected 140 characters at a time join.me – Instant, easy and FREE remote screen sharing Google Sites—collaborate over the same document Google Forms—From quick surveys to formalized data collection Google groups—Stay in touch, without sharing with the whole world BB Collaborate—Webinars built for education Mobile Apps—share data anywhere with anyone Drupal—online workspaces, discussion boards and more

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Workshop: Evaluating YOUR Data Management or Earth Science Application Project +The basics of project evaluation will be presented via a combination of presentations and hands-on activities and conducted by an evaluation professional. Using a case study specific to Earth Science data and/or applied research, participants will have the opportunity to practice key steps in project evaluation such as development of evaluation questions, identification of project metrics and how to put together a Logic Model. REQUEST: All day Tuesday, July 17th
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