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Registration - CHARLES SUITE
Sunday 8:00AM – 6:00PM
Monday 7:30AM – 5:00PM
Tuesday 7:30AM – 3:00PM

Gender Neutral restrooms can be found on the Mezzanine level. 

Breakfasts will be in the Versailles room.
Lunches will be in the Calvert C Ballroom.

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Sunday, February 23 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Big Data

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Collaborative Notes: http://bit.ly/NISOPlus_Big_Data

Large datasets — which used to take researchers months, years, or even decades to analyze — can now be created and mined quickly and easily. Many are openly available for  all to use. But approaches to managing, curating, sharing, and preserving big data consistently have not kept pace. This session features two speakers with very different perspectives on the topic, who will lead us in a discussion of what is needed and why.

Moderators
avatar for Maria Stanton

Maria Stanton

Director of Production, Atla
As the Director of Production, Maria and her team are responsible for the editorial scope and quality of Atla Religion Database®(Atla RDB®), as well as the full-text offerings AtlaSerials®, and AtlaSerials PLUS®. Maria is also a member of Atla’s leadership team. Previously... Read More →

Speakers
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Mark Hahnel

Head, Figshare
#openscience #opendataBefore founding figshare I completed my PhD in stem cell biology at Imperial College London and previously studied genetics in both Newcastle and Leeds. I am passionate about open data and the potential it has to revolutionise the research community.
KW

Karin Wulf

Executive Director, Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture


Sunday February 23, 2020 3:00pm - 3:45pm EST
International Room