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  • ESIP Federation is a network of networks; these networks have built full systems or components of other systems. ESIP partners see connections and build technical bridges to link systems.e.g. DataFed (AQ community catalog) University, Multi-agency (NASA, EPA), State AQ ManagersESIP provides:Forum for open, science data-centric community collaborationVoluntary participationCommunity of Practice – practitioners share expertise & technologiesTrusted authority, built by the communityInfrastructure for community collaborationCollaborative workspace on web (Drupal, wiki, listservs)Communications (coordinated, ad hoc, open)GovernanceFormal (constitution, bylaws, strategic plan)Informal (cluster-based governance for consensus building)
  • Supports science through discipline neutral IT collaboration and partner implementation. Using community consensus, the ESIP Federation addresses informatics, science, technology and governance topics through its many formal and informal groups.ESIP partners working at the forefront of informatics and data scienceData Preservation and StewardshipData CitationData DiscoverySemanticsWorking collaboratively towardCommunity ConventionsBest PracticesCommunity CatalogsCommunity-driven Data ArchitectureWhile Working Across Sectors Government Academia Commercial Nonprofit Function Science Technology Education Users
  • Thus creating the network effect of connected systems
  • ESIP Commons Presentation

    1. 1. ESIP Commons:Publish, Cite and Find Non-Traditional ContentErin RobinsonInformation and Virtual Community
    2. 2. Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Type III (Application ESIP Partners by Type Developers)Is community-driven, highlyparticipatory and open to Type I (Data Centers)science data and technologypractitioners from across thedata value chain.Some partners are networks themselves Unidata, DataOne, NEON, US-GIN, Type IV (Sponsors) Data Conservancy, IRIS Type II (Researchers) National Phenology Network, USGS Community for Data Integration* AGU Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI) Group on Earth Observations (GEO) NASA, NOAA, EPA
    3. 3. Commons.esipfed.orgObjectives:• Provide a knowledge repository for information and knowledge generated as part of ESIP activities• Provide a citation mechanism to acknowledge individuals and groups that generate new knowledge• Allow discovery and tracking of contributions to ESIP by person and organization
    4. 4. ESIP Commons as a Knowledge Repository ESIP Committee, Working• ESIP Commons supports: Group and Cluster Activities • Microarticles (white papers) • Meeting Session • Abstracts and notes • Posters• Future Content Types • Lesson Plans • Discovery Change Proposals • Interoperapedia • Prof. Dev. Modules • Use Cases • State of practice reports Committees Working Groups Clusters
    5. 5. Microarticle
    6. 6. Microarticle
    7. 7. Citation format and standard needs community input
    8. 8. Meeting Sessions
    9. 9. • Using the Views to display meeting sessions in the Commons as a schedule
    10. 10. Meeting Session Submission
    11. 11. Posters
    12. 12. Posters
    13. 13. Posters
    14. 14. Posters
    15. 15. Proceedings
    16. 16. Proceedings
    17. 17. Proceedings
    18. 18. People and Organizations
    19. 19. People and Organizations
    20. 20. People and Organizations
    21. 21. Network Effect: ESIPxn
    22. 22. Acknowledgements• Sony Sharma, AjinkyaKulkarni and RahulRamachandran, University of Alabama, HuntsvilleCreated using Wordle..
    23. 23. Questions?Created using Wordle..
    24. 24. ESIP Online• Home page •• ESIP Commons •• Wiki (primary collaborative space) •