Register for 2020 Annual AGRIS Community Meeting Panel Session

What is the role that AGRIS plays in food and agricultural sciences

2 July - 10:40 to 12:00 CEST

Register: https://fao.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0qcO6trzktGtD0aMiilZS6HRFO75x_RxeY 

This panel session is organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and is onepart of the 2020 Annual AGRIS Community meeting (2 July to 3 July)

During this panel session, many different AGRIS stakeholders will discuss the challenges, benefits and advice to support the visibility and accessibility of research outputs in their respective countries. Each stakeholder will also dive into the role of AGRIS in their countries and the major impacts AGRIS has provided. On top of that, this session will explore the future of AGRIS in the context of information and data sharing in food and agricultural sciences and any suggestions for improvements.

This session is open to all participants interested in learning more about AGRIS. 

Learn more about the panelists and session details here. 

The 2020 Annual AGRIS community meeting is designed to discuss thematic topics and cross-cutting topics on management of AGRIS, its use and other related developments, in particular in the context of research data in agriculture. The workshop’s objective is to enhance knowledge sharing and improve visibility and access to agricultural sciences and the technical content of agricultural research. The workshops will focus in particular on latest AGRIS developments and new partnerships.

This year's community meeting is part of Information 4 Innovation in Food and Agriculture (I4IFA), a series of collaborative online classes put together by FAO and the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA). I4IFA (29 June to 3 July 2020) includes virtual sessions designed to pool expertise and experience from the two leading agricultural organizations and other partners and focuses on increasing the quality and impact of information, knowledge management and data exchange in food and agriculture research for development.

More information about the week-long event and sessions available during I4IFA is available here.


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