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GlobalWG 4.2 – Communications



communications Chair: David Schindel,
Executive Secretary, Consortium for the Barcode of Life,
National Museum of Natural History, Washington, USA

Vice-chair: Mark Stoeckle
Program for the Human Environment, Rockefeller University,
New York City, USA

With collaborators working in every region of the world, effective communication within and among iBOL nodes and working groups is a key element of a successful project administration strategy. The Communications working group is tasked with scheduling and facilitating meetings, coordinating iBOL participation in relevant conferences and events, tracking and sharing node profiles and dissemination of knowledge and research results through publications, newsletters, websites and conferences and workshops.


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