Register for 2018 IAGLR Workshop
The International Association of Great Lakes Researchers meets annually, and GLOS looks forward to it all year long. It gives us a chance to catch up with what’s new, to catch up with friends, and to get ideas forservices we might provide in the future. It also gives us the opportunity to do a little sharing of information.
Using the Great Lakes Observing System for your Data Sharing Plan will provide researchers with an overview of the Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) and the GLOS services available to support data management and sharing activities like those required by government grants and open data policies. The GLOS data management team will present an introduction to GLOS’s data management infrastructure, instructions on how to create and publish metadata to the GEO Great Lakes Metadata Catalog, and the steps needed to publish and archive data with GLOS for others’ access. The workshop will include a hands-on activity in developing metadata. Attendees may bring their own examples to use in the activity or samples will be provided. The workshop is free and pre-registration is required (maximum 80). Reserve your spot today. If you have any questions, contact Becky Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org.