Appendix C
Workshop Agenda

Goals for the Workshop:

  1. Obtain information from NSF management on the current status of dissemination of science and engineering data, and their plans for the future

  2. Obtain information from data users on their requirements

  3. Hear from experts in visualization, next generation tools, and accessibility about the current state of the science in data dissemination

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Room 204, Keck Center, 500 Fifth Street NW, Washington, DC

Open Session

9:00–9:15 AM

Welcome, Discussion of Agenda for the Workshop (continental breakfast served)

 

Kevin Novak, Chair

9:15–10:15

Current Status and Plans for Dissemination of S&E Information

 

Lynda Carlson, Director, Division of Science Resources Statistics National Science Foundation

John Gawalt, Program Director, Information and Technology Services Program, Division of Science Resources Statistics, National Science Foundation

10:15–10:30

Break

10:30AM–12:00 PM

Panel Discussion: User Evaluation of NSF S&E Information Dissemination

 

Moderator: Patrick Clemins, Panel Member

 

Paula Stephan, Georgia State University

Jeff Alexander, SRI International

Kei Koizumi, OSTP

Bhavya Lal, IDA STPI

12:00–1:00

Working Lunch (Atrium) (Continued discussion of dissemination issues)

1:00–2:00

U.S. Government Dissemination Initiatives

 

Moderator: Elana Broch, Panel Member



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Appendix C Workshop Agenda Goals for the Workshop: 1. Obtain information from NSF management on the current status of dissemination of science and engineering data, and their plans for the future 2. Obtain information from data users on their requirements 3. Hear from experts in visualization, next generation tools, and accessibility about the current state of the science in data dissemination Wednesday, October 27, 2010 Room 204, Keck Center, 500 Fifth Street NW, Washington, DC Open Session 9:00–9:15 AM Welcome, Discussion of Agenda for the Workshop (continental breakfast served) Kevin Novak, Chair 9:15–10:15 Current Status and Plans for Dissemination of S&E Information Lynda Carlson, Director, Division of Science Resources Statistics National Science Foundation John Gawalt, Program Director, Information and Technology Services Program, Division of Science Resources Statistics, National Science Foundation 10:15–10:30 Break 10:30AM–12:00 PM Panel Discussion: User Evaluation of NSF S&E Information Dissemination Moderator: Patrick Clemins, Panel Member Paula Stephan, Georgia State University Jeff Alexander, SRI International Kei Koizumi, OSTP Bhavya Lal, IDA STPI 12:00–1:00 Working Lunch (Atrium) (Continued discussion of dissemination issues) 1:00–2:00 U.S. Government Dissemination Initiatives Moderator: Elana Broch, Panel Member 29

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Open Government Initiative (Data.Gov) Alan Vander Mallie, Program Manager, Data.Gov, Program Management Office, Office of Innovative Technologies, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, General Services Administration 2:00–3:00 Statistical Agency Initiatives Moderator: Andrew Reamer, Panel Member Community of Practice Initiative Ron Bianchi, Economic Research Service American Fact Finder Jeffrey Sisson, American Fact Finder, Census Bureau 3:00–3:15 Break 3:15–4:30 International Initiatives Moderator: Diane Fournier, Panel Member Eurostat—Data Usability: Public Data Explorer and Statistics Explained Christiaan Laevaert, Panel Member Statistics Canada—Web Redesign Initiatives Diane Fournier, Panel Member 4:30–5:00 Private Sector Initiatives Moderator: Micah Altman, Panel Member 5:00 PM Panel in Recess 6:00–7:30 Working Dinner (by invitation) (Panel will discuss Day 1 presentations and prepare for Day 2) Thursday, October 28, 2010 Room 110, Keck Center, 500 Fifth Street NW, Washington, DC Open Session 8:30–8:45 AM Review of First Day Workshop and Discussion of Agenda (continental breakfast served) Kevin Novak, Chair 8:45–10:00 W3C Initiatives, Data.gov, and Web 2.0 30

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Suzanne Acar, U.S. Department of the Interior and Federal Data Architecture Subcommittee 10:00–10:15 Break 10:15–11:00 Accessibility of NSF Internet Data (508 Compliance) Judy Brewer, Web Accessibility Initiative, World Wide Web Consortium 11:00–12:00 PM Open Discussion Kevin Novak, Chair 12:00–1:00 Working Lunch (Continued discussion of accessibility issues) Thursday, October 28, 2010 Room 110, Keck Center, 500 Fifth Street NW, Washington, DC Closed Session 1:00–2:30 Committee Discussion of Workshop Lessons Learned 2:30–3:30 Plans for Interim Report 3:30 PM Adjourn 31