This workshop is intended to help foster trust and an appreciation for how the OS framework can accelerate collaboration, research, and improve environmental decision-making. An Open Science (OS) framework allows for transparency, reproducibility, and efficiency in the synthesis and workflow of information from data collection to management decision-making.
The workshop will include background information on: 1) the OS framework, its value to the research community, and the current state of indicators established for Tampa Bay, 2) an example of the application of Open Science to a Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) indicator, and 3) an opportunity to work with colleagues to create a basic Open Science structure for indicator tracking.
Registration is available here, and the agenda is linked below.
There is no registration fee for this event, however, the attendees will be responsible for lunch on both days. Multiple restaurants are within walking or driving distance.
Registration will be capped at 75 people.
*This event is not a St. Petersburg College-sponsored activity.