Registration for the GBIF.ES training workshop: "Georeferencing of natural history collections", is now open. The workshop will be held from the 13th to 15th of November (2018), at the Royal Botanic Garden in Madrid. The course will cover the use of Geographic Information Systems - GIS and other useful tools, such as Geolocate. The workshop will be lead by Nelson River, from the Peabody Museum of Natural History (Yale University) and developer of Geolocate; and by David Draper, from the Center for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Change, CE3C (University of Lisbon) and one of the main propulsors of Geolocate in Europe.
The workshop costs €100 and will be taught in Spanish; it has a maximum capacity of 30 participants and 19 estimated hours of dedication. Registration, transportation and accommodation costs must be paid by the participants.
The application form is available online and must be submitted by October 5th, 2018. For more information, visit the workshop page: https://www.gbif.es/talleres/iii-taller-geolocate-y-georreferenciacion/