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966“Born digital,” introducing a field-to-database workflow for herbaria. Caleb Powell, Jacob Motley, Hong Qin, and Joey Shaw. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TennesseeCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingPowell, Caleb; Motley, Jacob; Qin, Hong; Shaw, Joey.digitization
apps
cell phone app
digitized herbarium data
workflow
born digital
botany app
Symbiota
herbarium
herbaria
901A Reevaluation Of Tennessee’s Non-Native Plant Species Using Online Herbarium Specimen Data To Develop Maximum Entropy Species Distribution ModelsCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingAlley, Courtney; Shaw, Joey.maximum entropy
invasive plants
introduced species
SERNEC
Herbarium Specimens
891Building a cyberinfrastructure:  is the human aspect the hardest?Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingMurrell, Zack.cyberinfrastructure
herbaria
SERNEC
Southeast USA
287Building a student and volunteer network for Notes from Nature herbarium transcription success in ArkansasCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingSoteropoulos, Diana; Baker, Brent; Witsell, Theo; Seale, Karen; Marsico, Travis.SERNEC
Notes from Nature
digitization
citizen science
31Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingMurrell, Zack; Denslow, Michael.herbarium
digitization
cyberinfrastructure
Southeast USA
311Digitization of the Marshall University Herbarium (MUHW) Vascular Plant Collection as an Authentic Undergraduate Job-training ExperienceCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingGillespie, Emily.herbaria
digitization
West Virginia
student-centered learning
743Gems in central and south Florida herbaria, and the oldest known Florida specimens in European herbariaCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingFranck, Alan.SERNEC
Clifton
Plukenet
flora
892Managing a large-scale digitization project: trials and tribulationsCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingDenslow, Michael; Brown, Herrick; Murrell, Zack.herbarium
biodiversity informatics
911SERNEC: An Introspective Examination of the Growth and Development of a Major Research Database and Associated Data Use ScenariosCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingBrown, Herrick; Denslow, Michael; Murrell, Zack.herbaria
biodiversity informatics
data management
specimen digitization workflows
827The Flora of the SoutheastCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingWeakley, Alan.digitization
flora
southeastern USA
endemism
apps
collaboration
taxonomic concepts
303Undergraduate Research Projects in the University of Georgia Herbarium based on Digitized Specimens: Mentoring plus Data equals Publishable ResultsCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingZomlefer, Wendy; Hughes, Steven; Angulo, Juan; Hull, Richard; Long, Tiffany; Vardeman, Ella.herbarium data
digitization
Undergraduate mentoring 
student projects
vouchers
584Virginia's commonwealth of collections: five years of herbarium outreach, education and community integrationCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingWeeks, Andrea; Wallace, Lisa; Gonzalez-Akre, Erika.digitization
STEM Education
public outreach
660WeDigFLPlants—Innovative, place-based citizen science engagement to deepen public understanding of Florida's floraCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingMast, Austin.WeDigFLPlants
BIOSPEX
citizen science
education
outreach
herbaria
iDigBio
WeDigBio

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