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Day 1, Room 1: Digital Data Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
Libby Ellwood
04:28:04
Learn more about land acknowledgements: https://native-land.ca/
Libby Ellwood
04:30:30
Gainesville Ally Skills Network Resources: https://alligatorallyskills.weebly.com/resources.html
Libby Ellwood
04:32:31
SPNHC IDEA committee: https://spnhc.org/what-spnhc-does/governance/leadership-manual/spnhc-committee-on-inclusion-diversity-equity-and-access/
Libby Ellwood
04:32:45
AAM: https://www.aam-us.org/programs/diversity-equity-accessibility-and-inclusion/
Libby Ellwood
04:36:43
Nature Read in Black and Whitehttps://www.natsca.org/sites/default/files/publications/JoNSC-Vol6-DasandLowe2018.pdfImperial Globalizationhttps://imperialglobalexeter.com/2014/03/02/imperial-globalization-the-presence-of-the-past-and-the-crucible-of-empire/
Libby Ellwood
04:40:25
Estrada et al 2016: Improving Underrepresented Minority Student Persistence in STEMhttps://www.lifescied.org/doi/10.1187/cbe.16-01-0038
Libby Ellwood
04:41:31
Survey of Academic Field Experiences (SAFE)https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0102172
Chandra Sarkar
04:41:35
Appreciate all the links and the resources!
Libby Ellwood
04:41:40
Accessibility in museumshttps://advisor.museumsandheritage.com/features/accessibility-in-museums-creating-a-barrier-free-cultural-landscape/
Libby Ellwood
04:42:49
iDigBio Reading Listhttp://bit.ly/iDigBioDEI_reading
Amy Koshoffer
04:46:42
Just an note that I find the color combination of these slides to read. The yellow on the blue does not pop out for me - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/make-your-powerpoint-presentations-accessible-to-people-with-disabilities-6f7772b2-2f33-4bd2-8ca7-dae3b2b3ef25
Jillian Goodwin
04:47:01
Miranda - We will open up discussion after this last presentation. We will call on your shortly.
Molly Phillips
04:47:59
Thank you Amy for bringing that up! I think that is a very good point.
Miranda Zwingelberg
04:49:12
Sorry I raised my hand on accident! No question yet.
Alnycea Blackwell
04:49:20
Sorry, Amy! I was being too creative and wasn’t thinking about accessiblty - when this was made. Thanks for the feedback. I will be more mindful of this in the future :)
Libby Ellwood
04:49:22
EDSIN (Environmental Data Science Inclusion Network https://qubeshub.org/community/groups/edsin/), B(ui)LDS (Biological Universal and Inclusive Learning in Data Science; https://qubeshub.org/community/groups/builds) BLUE (Biodiversity Literacy in Undergraduate Education; https://www.biodiversityliteracy.com/), iDigBio (Integrated Digitized Biocollections; https://www.idigbio.org/), and QUBES (Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis; https://qubeshub.org/).Local Contexts: https://localcontexts.org/#labels%20External
Dave Blackburn (he/him)
04:49:42
phew!
Dave Blackburn (he/him)
04:50:41
you can put questions in the Q&A or raise your hand and we can unmute you.
Randy Singer
04:56:39
I agree with these comments about thinking/planning and DOING. What do you guys think leaders in the natural history should be doing to take action instead of just discussing the problems with no action.
Dave Blackburn (he/him)
04:56:54
if you feel like you have a good response to a question that is raised, feel free to raise your hand and we can turn on your mic!
Randy Singer
04:57:21
Ive sat through countless meetings about these topics, likely because everyone is paralyzed/not trained properly
Maria Beatriz de Souza Cortez
05:00:54
Yes, Adania! And this outreach and broader impacts work needs to be incentivized as much as the publishing of papers in prestigious journals
Molly Phillips
05:01:45
+1 Maria!
alana (she/her) rivera
05:02:15
I think actions like the Pacific Science Center's "Meet a Scientist" program is a great way to introduce folks to the current research but also works to teach researchers great broad community engagement across age/levels.
John Bates
05:02:22
+1 Maria
Elizabeth Wommack
05:02:27
+1 Adania. I love that question - how do we bring more people in to access the museum on a daily basis. A great place to start for a lot of projects
Randy Singer
05:04:55
I love the idea of bringing people from diverse backgrounds to the table
Randy Singer
05:05:04
because 9/10 they are sadly not in these discussions
Cat Chapman
05:05:23
+10000 Adania
Maria Beatriz de Souza Cortez
05:05:42
+1 Adania! The why is important, not just the what. If we understand the why we will be able to move as you are suggesting!
alana (she/her) rivera
05:05:43
+1 Adania. a discussion and pooling of ideas rather than a hierarchical presentation, which is most of what we experience in workspaces.
Adania Flemming (she her hers)
05:08:11
Yes 100% agree with all comments in this chat thus far @ Maria, Alana, Randy, Elizabeth
Kristin Hultgren
05:10:49
Thanks!
Libby Ellwood
05:12:08
Would be good to add a section of examples to the iDigBio reading list
Jessica Grady
05:13:38
I'm hoping to start using our collections for education outreach and maybe other functions and we are currently digitizing our collection data. Can anyone please provide examples of people outside of academia and education outreach for school groups that can benefit from access to our collections and their data based on your experiences in your collections?
Kyle Luckenbill
05:14:02
For anyone looking for an example of programs to introduce individuals from your community to collections and STEM here is a link to a very successful program at ANSP. https://ansp.org/education/programs/wins/
John Bates
05:15:02
Here is a new NSF program (LEAPS) targeting scientific societies: https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2021/nsf21570/nsf21570.htm
Libby Ellwood
05:17:04
JRS Biodiversity Foundation: https://jrsbiodiversity.org/
David Bloom
05:21:24
Thanks @Blackburn
alana (she/her) rivera
05:21:55
When talking about language issues and decolonization, it feels like collaborative attempts at digital repatriation could be a great way to approach this... definitely been working on local place names for some regions this way.
Dave Blackburn (he/him)
05:22:55
@alana: +1. really like that idea. collaboratively reviewing historical place names can be very valuable
Libby Ellwood
05:23:07
Bionomia: https://bionomia.net/
Molly Phillips
05:23:19
+1 Alana!
Melissa Bechhoefer
05:23:26
Can someone include links of portals that are using disclaimers?
Dave Blackburn (he/him)
05:23:34
I have really enjoyed curating profiles in Bionomia.
Vicky Wang
05:24:29
For the person teaching a course, this talk by Nussaibah Raja-Schoob on illicit fossils may be of interest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnssaLktiXw
Maria Beatriz de Souza Cortez
05:24:54
The book Decolonizing Methodologies, by Linda Tuhiwai Smith is eye opening!
Molly Phillips
05:25:32
mphillips@flmnh.ufl.edu
J Ryan Allen
05:25:38
One struggle with place names is that many offensive names are still official place names. We have the option to update names when they have officially changed, but how do we handle the ones that have not?
Jillian Goodwin
05:26:02
Can I clear out the Q&A? Everyone get what they need?
Melissa Bechhoefer
05:26:02
Can someone include links of portals that are using disclaimers?
Dave Blackburn (he/him)
05:26:06
We also appreciate suggestions of “actions” to include in future presentations. We’re hoping to create actions that can inspire our community to take real steps to move these conversations forward.
Austin Mast
05:26:15
Great discussion! Thanks! Will you share the kumospace link again?
Miranda Zwingelberg
05:26:34
https://bryophyteportal.org/portal/includes/usagepolicy.php
DavidJennings
05:26:43
https://www.kumospace.com/digitaldata2021
Maria Beatriz de Souza Cortez
05:26:47
This was great! Thank you all!