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2020 ADBC Summit - Day 3: TCN Presentations - Shared screen with speaker view
Jose Fortes
02:19:20
You can ask questions in the Q&A and presenters or other TCN members can type responses to questions during or after their presentation. There will no time for verbal questions.
Diego Barroso
02:40:53
Thanks :)
EricaKrimmel
02:50:26
I’m sorry that our remote control wasn’t working for any of you!
Pamela Soltis
02:51:06
Great talks, everyone! Wonderful to hear about your progress, even through a pandemic!
Caitlin Chapman
03:16:46
I can hear you!
Jenn Yost
03:44:47
Hi everyone. One other opportunity during Covid. We have the project manager (or one PI) run a digitization research course for 1 unit. Students enroll in units at their school under whatever PI is there, then all the students meet at one zoom with students from across the state and only one instructor. (Cool way to combine efforts and meet people across the state).
Pamela Soltis
03:46:07
another great session! thanks, everyone!
MollyPhillips
03:47:24
Love that concept for a virtual course Jenn! I would be happy to facilitate a meeting to help coordinate something like that.
Jenn Yost
03:49:13
It’s a win win win. Faculty get supervision credit. Students get exposed to all types of digitization. and one person does the work instead of faculty at all schools reinventing the wheel.
ShirleyPomponi
03:51:46
David, I have 10 minutes. Please let me know when I’m at 8 minutes. Thx.
Jillian Goodwin
03:52:06
@LepNet You have a question in the Q&A.
Scott Bates
03:52:14
Hey Diego - great to see you!
Scott Bates
03:52:28
Looks like all is well there in Texas!!
DavidBlackburn
03:53:07
For LepNet: what is the significance of "prior to 1965", which two of your PENS emphasized?
Christine Johnson
03:56:57
Paula, at least for the SCAN dataset for Polyneoptera, the data prior to 1965 are depauperate, so if you want to look at trends over the last 120 years or so, those data are missing.
Paul Larson
04:06:21
How did the number of completed specimens decrease in 2018-05
CindySkema
04:08:40
Error in reporting by one institution
CindySkema
04:10:13
Cool, Jenn, good to know. I'll have to look up his book...
CindySkema
04:14:45
David, I love the color-coded comparative anatomy visualization. Very cool!
DavidBlackburn
04:15:29
Thanks Cindy. you can see more of that here: https://sketchfab.com/ufherps/collections/forelimb-homology
CindySkema
04:19:46
Hi Paul,
CindySkema
04:20:17
Our decrease in completed specimens was due to an error in reporting by one institution
Paul Larson
04:21:06
Ah, makes sense, thanks.
Austin Mast
04:23:41
wedigbio.org
Austin Mast
04:24:39
And here’s that Florida E&O engagement that was referenced: https://biospex.org/projects/wedigflplants
Gil Nelson
04:41:53
@Cat, do we have the data that Shirley is talking about?
Pamela Soltis
04:43:01
thank you all! what a great afternoon!
DavidBlackburn
04:43:36
thanks for all the great talks!
Scott Bates
04:43:38
Thanks iDigBio!