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BioQUEST / QUBES Community Standards for Events

By Sarah Prescott1, Nicole Chodkowski2, Sam S Donovan3, Adam Fagen4, Kristin Jenkins5, Drew LaMar6, Hayley Orndorf3, Deborah Rook5, Jim Smith7, Margaret Waterman8

1. University of New Hampshire 2. Radford University 3. University of Pittsburgh 4. BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium 5. BioQUEST 6. College of William and Mary 7. Michigan State University 8. Southeast Missouri State University

Community standards and expectations for in-person and online events hosted by BioQUEST and QUBES.

Listed in Teaching Materials | resource by group Evolution of Data in the Classroom: From Data to Data Science (SW 2019)

Version 3.0 - published on 04 Jun 2021 doi:10.25334/7T7E-QV52 - cite this

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These Community Standards outline expectations for all events hosted by BioQUEST and QUBES, including the BIOME Institute and Summer Workshop. The Community Standards are a living document. We value your insights, feedback and comments and strive to ensure these standards fit the ethos of the BioQUEST and QUBES community. 

Please leave comments and suggested edits in the commentable version of the community standards. As new versions of this document are published to reflect the ongoing discussion, individuals who make significant contributions will have the option to be included as authors. Everyone who comments or suggests a revision will be acknowledged. 

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In this version, the Code of Conduct has been renamed to Community Standards and broadened to apply to all events hosted by BioQUEST & QUBES, both online and in-person. 

We are interested in your feedback and input on our community standards. An editable Google Doc version of this publication is available.  

 

Evolution of Data in the Classroom: From Data to Data Science (SW 2019)

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