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Wednesday, January 27 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Designing a virtual, hands-on sensor training workshop using insights and lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic

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There is a growing need among researchers, citizen scientists, and related communities for formal training in low-cost, open-source sensor technologies (e.g., Arduino, LoRa). Yet, the COVID-19 pandemic has severely limited opportunities for in-person, hands-on training. In this session, sponsored by the ESIP EnviroSensing Cluster, we will use insights and lessons learned over the past year to discuss and develop best practices for creating a web-based series of short instructional hands-on training videos covering key concepts in low-cost, open-source sensor technologies. The EnviroSensing community of practitioners promotes conversation around, and the development and refinement of techniques to observe natural Earth system processes over short and long timescales. We always welcome new perspectives and advances to the field, and we invite anyone interested in learning more about these technologies to join us (no experience necessary!).

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avatar for Renée F. Brown

Renée F. Brown

Information Manager, McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER
Environmental sensor networks, research data management, long-term ecological research, dryland ecosystems, soil biogeochemistry, global change. Co-chair, EnviroSensing Cluster.
avatar for Scotty Strachan

Scotty Strachan

Director of Cyberinfrastructure, University of Nevada, Reno
Institutional cyberinfrastructure, sensor-based science, mountain climate observatories!


Wednesday January 27, 2021 4:00pm - 5:30pm EST
Room 6
  Working Session, Working Session