Master the EU-FarmBook Platform: join May’s training sessions!

Empower your EU-funded project by learning to share and integrate data, knowledge and practice-oriented materials on forestry and agriculture with the EU-FarmBook platform effectively.

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In an effort to enhance the accessibility and usability of agricultural knowledge across Europe, EU-FarmBook is thrilled to announce a series of online training sessions scheduled for 23rd May 2024. These sessions are designed to equip contributors with the necessary skills to upload practice-oriented materials and integrate various project platforms and knowledge reservoirs with the EU-FarmBook Platform.

Whether you are a project communicator, IT specialist, or database manager, these training sessions will provide valuable insights and hands-on guidance to help you transform project results into easily accessible, practice-oriented resources. Here is a closer look at the upcoming sessions that will take place on Thursday, 23rd May 2024:

Online Training Session 1: Uploading Practice-Oriented Materials for Dummies
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 CET

This session is ideal for those who are or will be responsible for uploading practice-oriented materials and communicating their projects. Attendees will learn how to convert project results into practical, user-friendly materials and upload these resources step-by-step using the EU-FarmBook’s online upload form. By the end of this session, participants will be proficient in sharing valuable knowledge that can drive agricultural innovation and sustainability.

Online Training Session 2: API Integration – Integrating Horizon Project Platforms with the EU-FarmBook Platform
Time: 11:15 – 12:15 CET

This session targets individuals with expertise in database meta-data and IT infrastructure. It will cover the essential conditions for interoperability between existing project platforms and the EU-FarmBook Platform. Participants will also benefit from case studies demonstrating successful API integrations, providing practical examples and lessons learned. This is a must-attend for those looking to enhance their project’s connectivity and data-sharing capabilities.

Online Training Session 3: API Connection – Connecting EU, Regional, National, or Sector-Level Online Knowledge Reservoirs with the EU-FarmBook Platform
Time: 13:00 – 14:00 CET

Aimed at professionals managing regional, national, or sector-specific knowledge reservoirs, this session will delve into establishing interoperability with the EU-FarmBook Platform. Attendees will explore how to connect new and existing knowledge bases with the EU-FarmBook through API connections. Learn from real-world case studies and understand the best practices to ensure seamless integration and data flow across different platforms.

Why You Should Attend:

  • Hands-On Learning: Gain practical skills in uploading and integrating data with the EU-FarmBook Platform.
  • Expert Guidance: Learn from experts who have successfully implemented API integrations and connections.
  • Enhanced Collaboration: Improve your project’s visibility and impact by sharing knowledge across the EU-FarmBook network.
  • Future-Proofing: Stay ahead of the curve by ensuring your project’s compatibility with the latest digital infrastructure.

These training sessions offer a unique opportunity to enhance your skills and ensure your project’s contributions are accessible and impactful. Don’t miss out on this chance to connect, learn, and grow with the EU-FarmBook community.

Register now and secure your place in these informative and transformative training sessions on Thursday, 23rd May!

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European Forest Institute
The European Forest Institute is an international organisation established by European States with the objective to conduct research and provide policy support on issues related to forests. EFI works to promote forest research, facilitate and stimulate forest-related networking and support the dissemination of policy-relevant information on forests and forestry.