[Belgianbif] Fwd: Natural History Collections: Faster Access to More Data - Survey

Belgian GBIF Contact Group belgianbif at biodiversity.be
Thu Sep 24 10:51:18 CEST 2015

Dear Belgian GBIF friends,

Please find hereby an invitation from GBIF Secretariat to complete a 
small survey <https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_byg2mgbtYdeF3bT>, 
*Natural History Collections: Faster Access to More Data*.
Your input is welcome.

Andre Heughebaert

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Sujet : 	Natural History Collections: Faster Access to More Data - Survey
Date : 	Wed, 23 Sep 2015 14:30:18 +0200
De : 	Siro Masinde [GBIF] <smasinde at gbif.org>
Pour : 	nodes_IG at cemail.gbif.org

Dear Colleague,

The Chair of the /GBIF Task Force on Accelerating the Discovery of 
Biocollections Data/ <http://www.gbif.org/page/82104> requests for your 
help in completing or distributing this survey targeting Administrators, 
Curators, Data, Information and Collection Managers of natural history 
collections. The purpose of the survey is to collect data to enable the 
task force determine and demonstrate (1) The digital readiness of the 
world’s biocollections and their institutions; (2) the benefits to the 
collection/institution that digitization engenders; and (3) the 
impediments to collection data digitization.

If you are one of the target respondents please follow this link to take 
the Survey:

Take the Survey <https://ufl.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_byg2mgbtYdeF3bT>

OR copy and paste the following URL into your internet browser:


Otherwise kindly assist us to further distribute this survey to relevant 
contacts and distribution lists so that the survey can have the widest 
reach possible.

We apologise in advance for cross-posting.

Best regards,



Dr Siro Masinde

Programme Officer for Content Mobilisation

Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Secretariat

Universitetsparken 15, DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark

Email: smasinde at gbif.org  Skype: siro.masinde

Tel: +45 3532 1477  Mob: +45 30450207  Fax: +45 2875 1480

Website: www.gbif.org <http://www.gbif.org/>


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