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[UPDATED] Introduction to Manual Curation using Apollo at the i5k Workspace@NAL

Please note: this event has been rescheduled for one week later: Tuesday, September 4th, at 3pm EDT.


We will hold a webinar on manual annotation via the Apollo software. The date for this webinar has been updated to Tuesday, September 4th, at 3pm EDT,

The webinar will last an hour and will cover:

  • Background on the principles of manual annotation;
  • A live annotation example.

This webinar will be hosted using Webex software. Slides may be made available on request.  This webinar will not be recorded.


Please use the link below to join the conference. If you have not used Webex before, please download the application and try to connect a few minutes before the start time.

To convert the time to your time zone:

Connect using this URL:

Options for WebEx connection: Connect to the Web Conference using the WebEx application. Using the link above, enter your name and email then select “Join Meeting” to download the application, which will launch once installed.

Connect through your WEB BROWSER without downloading the WebEx application: Using the link above, enter your name and email then select “Join by browser”.

The options described can only be selected after entering a name and valid email.