Event Title

Welcome

Publication Date

28-10-2019

Location

Auditorium

Event Website

https://vrconference.evs.anl.gov/

Start Date

28-10-2019 8:30 AM

End Date

28-10-2019 8:45 AM

Description

The 2019 Visual Resource Stewardship Conference: Seeking 20/20 Vision for Landscape Futures was held in October 27-30, 2019 at the Argonne National Laboratory. Four technical training workshops were offered on the first day of the conference, which was the first time for that format. Seventy-five technical papers and visual case studies were presented over 2-1/2 days with single audience format in the mornings and concurrent sessions in the afternoons.

The 2019 conference end session began with an overview that included three objectives for the session, a summary of the literature about the need for formal education in visualization, and the process for the session. The three objectives were stated as:

1. the need for an educational program focused on visual resource stewardship,

2. the potential for this program to build capacity for professionals educated in visual resource stewardship and assessment, and

3. the ask of attendees to identify key components for such an educational program. Session attendees gathered in groups of five to seven people.

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Welcome

Auditorium

The 2019 Visual Resource Stewardship Conference: Seeking 20/20 Vision for Landscape Futures was held in October 27-30, 2019 at the Argonne National Laboratory. Four technical training workshops were offered on the first day of the conference, which was the first time for that format. Seventy-five technical papers and visual case studies were presented over 2-1/2 days with single audience format in the mornings and concurrent sessions in the afternoons.

The 2019 conference end session began with an overview that included three objectives for the session, a summary of the literature about the need for formal education in visualization, and the process for the session. The three objectives were stated as:

1. the need for an educational program focused on visual resource stewardship,

2. the potential for this program to build capacity for professionals educated in visual resource stewardship and assessment, and

3. the ask of attendees to identify key components for such an educational program. Session attendees gathered in groups of five to seven people.

https://digitalcommons.esf.edu/vrsc/2019/main/2