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Talks and presentations

Talks:

  • Facilitating data re-use for genome-enabled communities at the Biodiversity Genomics 2020 virtual meeting, October 9th, 2020
  • Naming guidelines at the Athropod Genomics Symposium pre-symposium workshop at Kansas State University, June 12th, 2019
  • Apollo workshop at the Athropod Bioinformatics Workshop at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, June 7th, 2018
  • i5k Workspace@NAL workshop at the Athropod Bioinformatics Workshop at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, June 7th, 2018
  • Monica's talk at the Entomological Society of America 2017 Meeting in Denver, CO, November 8th 2017
  • Chris and Monica's workshop at the Athropod Bioinformatics Workshop at Notre Dame University, June 8th 2017
  • Monica's talk at the Athropod Bioinformatics Workshop at Notre Dame University, June 7th 2017
  • Chris childers gave a talk at the Tripal workshop at PAG 2017: Slides (pdf)
  • Monica's talk with Moni Munoz-Torres at the 9th Workshop of the International Aphid Genomics Consortium (IAGC) 2016, September 25 2016
  • Chris Childers gave a talk at the PAG 2015 Tripal workshop: Slides (pptx)
  • Monica Poelchau gave a talk at the Arthropod Genomics Research in ARS meeting in Beltsville, MD,  September 2014: Slides (pptx)
  • Monica Poelchau gave a talk at the Arthropod Genomics Symposium at Notre Dame University, June 12-14th, 2014: Slides (pptx)

Posters:

Webinars:

  • Webinar on editing annotation structures within Apollo2 on August 18th, 2020: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on June 6th, 2020: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on April 21st, 2020: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on February 18, 2020: Slides (pptx)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on December 17th, 2019: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on October 29th, 2019: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on August 20th, 2019: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on June 4th, 2019: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on April 16th, 2019: Slides (pdf)
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on February 19th, 2019: Slides (pdf).
  • Webinar on using the Apollo2 manual annotation tool on November 20th, 2018: Slides (pdf). A recording is available on request.
  • Our webinar on recommendations for genome project data management on July 3rd, 2018: Slides (pdf). A recording is available on request. 
  • Our webinar on using the Apollo manual annotation tool on April 24th, 2018: Slides (pdf)
  • Our webinar on using the Apollo manual annotation tool on December 19th, 2017: Slides (pdf)
  • Chris and Monica gave a talk for the i5k webinar series: Slides (pdf)
  • Monica's webinar on using the Apollo manual annotation tool on August 29th, 2017: Slides (pdf)
  • Chris Childers gave an introduction to the Workspace and resources on July 14, 2017: Slides (pdf)
  • Training for the Eurytemora affinis group, September 2016
  • Training for the Eurytemora affinis group, July 2016