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IAALD 2010 Closing Session Report: Innovations in Biodiversity Information Workshop
 

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Report to the Closing session from the 'Innovations in Biodiversity Information Workshop' at the 2010 IAALD World Congress - 26-29 April 2010, Montpellier, France

Report to the Closing session from the 'Innovations in Biodiversity Information Workshop' at the 2010 IAALD World Congress - 26-29 April 2010, Montpellier, France

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    IAALD 2010 Closing Session Report: Innovations in Biodiversity Information Workshop IAALD 2010 Closing Session Report: Innovations in Biodiversity Information Workshop Presentation Transcript

    • Innovations in Biodiversity Information Workshop Co-organized by Bioversity & EBHL Chairs: Roger Mills, European Botanical and Horticultural Libraries Group (EBHL) Elizabeth Goldberg, Bioversity International Rapporteur: Vincent Johnson, Bioversity International THEME 1: INNOVATIVE LEARNING PROCESSES (Sessions 1&2)
    • Questions posed
      • What challenges?
      • How challenges addressed?
      • What innovative ideas/ solutions/ lessons?
      • What remains to be resolved/ done differently?
      • How do/can regional initiatives link to global initiatives and vice versa?
    • Issues raised /remaining as challenges in future work
      • How to define/ target end-user(s)?
        • Local global?
        • How can global initiatives accommodate local context and partner criteria?
      • How to broaden scope of participation?
        • How to better engage target audiences?
        • How to get them enthused to sell the idea to others? - What incentives?
        • How to ensure continuation after project end?
      • How to ensure platforms/ products/portals are accessible where bandwidth lacking?
      • How to access / make accessible undigitised primary material for evidence-based research?
      • How to link existing information repositories/ collections to existing portals so as to add-value and contribute to evidence-based research for better decision making ?
    • What benefits in addressing the questions above?
        • Effective collaboration
        • Quality control
        • Improved relevance
        • Minimised bias
        • Minimised duplication
        • Up to date
        • Builds on enthusiasm of individuals
        • Improved access
        • Greater continuity/ sustainability
      (see T3S2- Collaborative Research Support in Forestry- Roger Mills)