In conjunction with the EcoCloud project, eRSA are leading a series of engagement days around the country, titled the “Eco Pathways Series”. The aim of the Pathways Series is to connect with both academics and industry professionals working in ecosciences, and raise more awareness for the existing digital infrastructure, showcase example activities, and identify common issues/practices. On this day, we will also introduce EcoEd, a new training and skills development program which is developed to enhance the translation of Australia’s eResearch infrastructure to the EcoScience community by educating and upskilling the next generation of environmental scientists and managers.
This forum is an opportunity for the EcoScience community to find out about contemporary data and technology intensive research and collection practices as well as have their say on how the community can come together across a range of subjects including training, expert support mechanisms, technology platforms and data infrastructure.
The proposed locations are Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane.
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