The International Society for Knowledge Organization are a not-for-profit scientific/professional association dedicated to promoting the theory and practice of organizing knowledge and information. One of their objectives is to “encourage and support the next generation of Knowledge Organization (KO) researchers and practitioners, with attention to continuing professional development as well as basic education and training”.
The ISKO are offering students a grant of up to £500 for their research project related to Knowledge Organisation. This includes students who are in the planning or initial stages of their dissertation and need funding to help you with their research. This research could include (but is not limited to):
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The VEST/AgroPortal online map of standards is a deliverable of the GODAN Action project. GODAN Action supports data users, producers and intermediaries to effectively engage with open data and maximise its potential for impact in the agriculture and nutrition sectors...Read more
Written by: Johannes Keizer , GODAN Partnerships Lead It might sound difficult to get an audience when you have the first slot in the morning before an opening plenary, but the house was full on 29 August and chairs had...Read more
Barcelona, April 5 th 2017 — Global Open Data for Agriculture & Nutrition (GODAN) is pleased to announce the launch of its open publishing initiative for agriculture and nutrition research. The GODAN Gateway will run on the F1000Research platform.
Food security | Nutrition improvement | Sustainable production
Linked data | Open data | Private sector data | Public/private
The Agricultural Working Group of the Asia Pacific Advanced Network ( APAN ) and GODAN are planning a session on "Open data and Interoperability" for the next APAN meeting in August of this year.Read more
Food security | Sustainable production
Government data | Linked data | Open data | Private sector data | Public/private
Welcome to the GODAN Summit 2016 Blog Series. Each week, we will post a blog written by a participant of our Summit held in New York City on September 15-16. This week's blog is written by two presenter from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). Dr. Amy Marshall-Colón, an assistant professor of plant biology and co-principal investigator for Crops in silico , and AJ Christensen, a visualization programmer for NCSA's Advanced Visualization Lab .Open
Linked data | Open data
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