Paleonet: SCNet/iDigBio Webinar Series: Small Natural History Collections

Gil Nelson gnelson at
Fri Nov 7 11:18:43 GMT 2014

The Small Collections Network and iDigBio are announcing a series of 
upcoming webinars. Though focused on small natural history collections, 
the topics will also have value to personnel in larger collections. 
These are free webinars. Registration is not required. All are hosted 
at:*. No special software is 
required. Virtually any modern browser is supported. Enter your name and 
login as guest. Headsets are recommended. Late spring webinars will be 
announced in early 2015.***

For a listing of all SCNet webinars, navigate to:

Below are direct links to the specific webinars being announced here.

13 November 2014, 3-4 p.m. EST, *Small Fish in a Big Pond: Lessons 
Learned in Digitizing a Small Paleontology Collection**:*

15 December 2014, 2-3 p.m. EST*, **The Value of the Symbiota Portal and 
Database for Small Collections*:

15 January 2015, 3-4 p.m. EST, *Increasing Capacity for Small Natural 
History Collections:  Developing Protocol for Volunteer-Based 
Inventorying Programs*:

19 February 2015, 3-4 p.m. EST, Saving Orphaned Collections:

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Gil Nelson, PhD
Assistant Professor/Research
iDigBio Steering Committee
Integrated Digitized Biocollections
Institute for Digital Information and Scientific Communication
College of Communication and Information

Courtesy Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium
Florida State University
gnelson at
Twitter: @idiggilnelson

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