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Tuesday, July 20 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Science-on-Schema.org - Gathering Feedback for ESIP Assembly Endorsement

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Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1voih_wYRgP9plkbu31WmYAdjeWj7Mu6stR9Mn1JExR0/edit#slide=id.gafa808a5c8_0_39

Across geoinformatics, many initiatives deserve careful consideration and adoption to promote interoperability across our shared missions and projects. Because there are so many specifications for our discipline to evaluate and adopt, documentation and guidelines that streamline this process are highly beneficial. The ESIP “Science on Schema.org” cluster has been developing and testing a set of guidelines that help data repositories and other content providers adopt the schema.org vocabulary for publishing metadata about data resources in their HTML web documents. The goal of these guidelines is to document shared conceptualizations surrounding the description of scientific datasets and their respective data repositories for the purpose of providing consistent, machine actionable metadata using web publishing standards. In doing so, adopters achieve greater discovery of scientific datasets across the web from large scale search providers to local, domain specific metadata aggregators.

At the 2021 ESIP Winter Meeting, the community examined whether an ESIP Assembly Endorsement of Science-on-Schema.org guidelines documentation was useful and applicable. After discussion, it was decided that the Schema.org cluster would submit an updated version of the guidelines plus supporting materials for ESIP endorsement at or soon after the 2021 ESIP Summer Meeting. This session will: 1) present the ESIP endorsement package of the latest Science-on-Schema.org guidelines v.1.3; 2) host presentations from guidelines adopters regarding their experiences; and 3) gather feedback from attendees on ways to improve the submission package.

Guidelines: https://science-on-schema.org 

Endorsement Issues to Resolve:

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Organizers & Speakers
avatar for Stephen M. Richard

Stephen M. Richard

Independent contractor, U. S. Geoscience Information Network
Stephen Richard is an independent contractor working from Tucson Arizona. He is currently involved in projects to implement a Geoscience ontology for the Loop3D project, the Technical Team for the EarthCube Office, and applications of geoscience vocabularies in AI applications. Interests... Read More →
avatar for Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Director, DataONE Program, DataONE, UC Santa Barbara
DataONE | Arctic Data Center | Open Science | Provenance and Semantics | Scientific Synthesis
avatar for Mark Schildhauer

Mark Schildhauer

Senior Technology Fellow, NCEAS/UCSB
Data semantics, Ecoinformatics training, Arctic data, LTER data, Ecological synthesis
avatar for Adam Shepherd

Adam Shepherd

Technical Director, BCO-DMO
Architecting adaptive and sustainable data infrastructures.Co-chair of the ESIP schema.org cluster Knowledge Graphs | Data Containerization | Declarative Workflows | Provenance | schema.org
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Dave Vieglais

Senior Scientist, University of Kansas


Tuesday July 20, 2021 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
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