Canberra to bring the EcoScience community together at upcoming Pathways event

Canberra to bring the EcoScience community together at upcoming Pathways event
May 17, 2018 Chris Button

Canberra will host the first EcoScience Pathways Forum on Thursday, 31 May 2018, an event connecting EcoScience academics and industry professionals while also educating about the latest digital infrastructure, contemporary data and management practices for environmental sciences.

Being delivered as part of the EcoScience Data-Enhanced Virtual Laboratory Research Data Cloud (DEVL RDC), the event will discuss how to best integrate digital technologies in courses and training programs, in addition to how the EcoScience community can collaborate to advance research practices into management decisions.

Visit the Eventbrite page for more info and to register.

Want hands-on experience using EcoScience digital tools?

We are organising a workshop on Friday, 1 June exploring ecological data and models using the Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL) and the Multi-Criteria Analysis Shell for Spatial Decision Support (MCAS-S).

Register for the workshop here.

On Twitter? Follow our #EcoPathways18 feed to join the discussion in the lead up to the day.

In conjunction with eRSA, the Canberra EcoScience Pathways Forum is supported by the Atlas of Living Australia, the Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL), and all of the EcoScience DEVL RDC Project partners.

 

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