1. Watch the Meeting Highlights Webinar
    The 2019 Winter Meeting Highlights Webinar provided an overview of plenary and breakout sessions from the ESIP Winter Meeting held in Bethesda, MD (Jan. 15-17th, 2019). Whether you weren’t able to attend the meeting in person or you’re looking to see what happened in other breakout sessions, this webinar is for you. Watch the webinar below or access slides from it here.
  2. Find & Access Presentations  from the Meeting
    You can do this in two ways. You can find meeting content by session on the 2019 ESIP Winter Sched website. Find the session you are interested in, click on it, and you can then view the session description, a few takeaways generated by session participants, and you will see links to the recording of the session and any presentations that have been deposited in the ESIP Figshare Portal. You can also visit the ESIP Figshare Portal. Search “ESIP Winter 2019” in quotation marks to see only content from this meeting, including the slides from this webinar.

What’s in the Highlights Webinar?

  • Plenary Highlights
    • Tuesday Plenary Talks (Mike Daniels)
      • Orchestrating Symphonies of Earth and Environmental Science Data and Information to Increase Their Reach, Value and Use
      • Operational Data Provenance for Anticipatory Disaster Planning
      • From Baseline Instruments to CubeSats: Challenges and Opportunities with the Growth of Space Based Data Acquisition and the Commercial World
    • Thursday Plenary Talks (Karl Benedict)
      • Open Science at an Inflection point
      • Open Source Software Policy Options for NASA Earth and Space Sciences
      • Exploring the Role of Journals in an “Open” Future
  • Breakout Session Highlights
    • Approaching Project Sustainability with Techniques from an Entrepreneurial Mindset (Michael Zentner)
    • Provenance for Connecting Climate Adaptation Decisions to Data (Brian Wee)
    • Exercising Deep Learning Technique on Earth Datasets for Agriculture (Ziheng Sun)
    • Soils Data Integration Challenges throughout the Research Data Lifecycle (Lindsay Barbieri)
    • Linking Geoscience Resource Discovery and Exploration with Jupyter Notebooks (Ilya Zaslavsky)
    • Data Processing and Stewardship in a Cloud Environment (Lauren Frederick)
    • GCMD Keyword Management Process and Lifecycle (Tyler Stevens)
    • NASA Metadata Models and Standards Round-Table (Tyler Stevens)
    • Maturing the Operational Readiness Level – ORL Framework for Disasters Applications (Karen Moe)
    • ESIP’s Marine Data Cluster – Introduction and Development of Focus Areas (Chris Olson)
    • Community Resilience for Earth Science Data Institutions and Place-Based Communities (Arika Virapongse)
    • 20+ Years of Making Data Matter (Arika Virapongse)
    • Evolving the Editorial Policies and Practices of the Data Management Training Clearinghouse: A Working Session (Nancy Hoebelheinrich)
    • Triage in the Data Ward: A Collaborative Working Session for Developing a Data Rescue Decision Framework (Denise Hills)
    • Want to Know How to Delight Your Repository Users? – Usability can help! (Sophie Hou)
    • Research Objects, What are They and How do You Cite Them and The Latest in ESIP Software and Data Citations (Jessica Hausman)
    • Council of Data Facilities Meeting (Jessica Hausman)…and more!