WeDigBio Event: Symposium on The Critical Roles of Libraries in Understanding Earth’s Biota
The WeDigBio Board is pleased to announce a 1-hour symposium entitled “The Critical Roles of Libraries in Understanding Earth’s Biota” on April 8 from 3–4 PM ET. Three thought leaders will reflect on the central roles of libraries in humanity’s race to understand and preserve life on our planet.
3:00 PM ET Welcome!
3:05 Libraries as Venues for Citizen Science by Darlene Cavalier (SciStarter & Arizona State University)
3:20 The Biodiversity Heritage Library by Martin Kalfatovic (Smithsonian Institution)
3:35 Libraries and Wildlife Conservation by Madeleine Thompson (Wildlife Conservation Society)
3:50 Panel Discussion
Register to join us for the event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/symposium-on-the-critical-roles-of-libraries-in-understanding-earths-biota-tickets-302947633527
The 4-day WeDigBio event runs during Citizen Science Month from April 7–10 and occurs again from October 13–16. To learn more about WeDigBio, visit wedigbio.org; to learn more about Citizen Science Month, visit https://scistarter.org/citizensciencemonth. We’re here to help you make participation in WeDigBio and Citizen Science Month a regular part of your organization’s outreach activities—just reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.