Learn about updates to SA’s key biological databases

You are invited to attend an upcoming session on Biological Databases of South Australia’s (BDBSA) latest updates, to find out more about the various ways you can access them for your work, as well as recent improvements.

Speaking at last year’s event was Environmental Information Principal Matt Miles

The session will be held on Microsoft Teams on 26 November, from 10 am to 12:30 pm.

BDBSA manages millions of map-referenced observation records of plant and animal species collected from across the state over many decades via biological surveys, research projects and field expeditions.

This event will cover:

    • ‘What’s in it for me?’
    • Meet the people who keep them running
  • Biological Data Access
    • How to access data
    • Identifying fit for purpose data
    • Using ALA filters
  • Biological Data entry options
    • Templates
    • the BDBSACollect mobile app
    • Permits data
  • What’s new
  • Q&A

To register to attend the day, email the Information Management Unit with ‘Count me in for Biological Data Day please’ in the subject line. A link to register will then be sent to you via a Teams calendar invite.