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Tuesday, January 26 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Air Quality Data and Tools - Use Case Development Workshop

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In this session, we’ll be developing use cases for an ESIP online air quality resource center. The use cases we develop during the session will be used as a framework for planning a Summer Meeting hack-a-thon at which we will try to implement some technologies to satisfy one or more of the use cases. 
After a brief intro and ice-breaker, we’ll break into small groups. At the first 20 minute break-out session attendees will be asked to develop profiles for prospective users of our air quality resource center. Each group will be asked to document their user profile in real time and choose a spokesperson to present their user profile to the larger group when we reconvene. After presentation and discussion of the user profiles, we will have a second 20 minute break-out session where attendees will be asked to develop a use case for the user they profiled in the first break-out session. Again, each group will be asked to document their use case and present it to the larger group. We’ll conclude with the use case presentations and a group discussion to wrap up. 
Between now and the Summer Meeting, we’ll iterate on these use cases, and do some preliminary planning, resource identification, wire-framing, etc. for a summer hack-a-thon.

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Beth Huffer

Information Systems Engineer, Lingua Logica

Mike Little

Computational Technology to support scientific investigations

Tuesday January 26, 2021 4:00pm - 5:30pm EST
Room 8