Webinar registration for Biodiversity Open Data Ambassadors

Dear Biodiversity Open Data Ambassadors,

Thank you for being part of a volunteer community to advocate for open data principles in biodiversity research and practice. The ambassador programme has been running since 2018 and, through your volunteer efforts, has resulted in open data presentations at tens of international conferences and events.

We would like to invite you to a webinar in which we will review the progress and experiences to date, remind you about the available information and communication resources and tools for your outreach actions, and to discuss opportunities in the new reality of e-conferencing. We will finish by listening to your suggestions for near-term goals for our community and your preferences for continuous interactions and collaboration.

The webinar will take place on 25 May 2021 at 13:30 Copenhagen.

Registration is required and is only available to Biodiversity Open Data Ambassadors through the following link: register here.

If your colleagues or collaborators are planning to join the event, please encourage joining the corps through the Ambassadors webpage first.

Webinar panel

Dmitry Schigel, Mélianie Raymond, Annie Ørum-Kristensen,


13:30 Biodiversity Open Data Ambassadors program

13:45 Your experiences, challenges and opportunities of e-conferencing

14:00 Information and communication resources

14:15 Goals and needs

14:30 Close

Hope to see you there,

Best regards,

Dmitry Schigel & colleagues

GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility

Universitetsparken 15
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø


Office +45 35 32 14 85

Mobile +45 30 45 02 25

E-mail dschigel@gbif.org

Zoom https://ucph-ku.zoom.us/j/9516831224

Web www.gbif.org


DNA derived evidence in GBIF http://bit.ly/gbifdna

Biodiversity data for research and policy on human diseases http://bit.ly/gbifvectors

Join GBIF Biodiversity Open Data Ambassadors http://bit.ly/bodamba
Northern Eurasia: GBIF progress in the Cyrillic world http://bit.ly/cyrril
GBIF enabled research http://bit.ly/gbifsci

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