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AIMS Community of Practice

Creating and facilitating a community of practice on agricultural information management

AIMS provides an open and free space to exchange ideas, suggestions, questions, solutions around the core areas of information management standards, tools and methodologies.

Individuals interested in information management from a wide variety of backgrounds take part in the AIMS discussions and activities.

AIMS community members learn about information management resources, receive support on how to use them, connect with other community members, share experiences, and discover current trends in agricultural information management, participate and share a post on existing discussion trends.

Developing capacity on agricultural information management

Support is essential to help leverage different user appreciation of information management standards and methodologies, and to facilitate sharing of experiences amongst community members worldwide.

AIMS provides different ways for achieving it including Webinars@AIMSThe VEST Registry, collection of Case StudiesGroups of InterestQuestions & Answers ...

Become an AIMS member

1977 people are sharing, discovering, learning and participating in the AIMS Community. Get involved!
Nishikant Taksande
(United Kingdom)
Andreas K. Andreou
(Cyprus)
Ron Krate
(United States of America)
Tomasz Kluza
(Poland)
Sylvie Dalbin
(France)
Michael Katzmayr
(Afghanistan)
Pierfranco Minsenti
(Italy)
Gualberto Chuquimia Chasqui
(Bolivia (Plurinational State of))
Michiel Schoenmakers
(Netherlands)
Gilbert Fuentes
(Costa Rica)
Miguel-Angel Sicilia
(Spain)
José R. Campero
(Bolivia (Plurinational State of))