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Data on competency (360 degree feedback), employability and career success
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Model data for Fig.2-4
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This article discusses the main stages of the historical formation and development of religious media in Russia, as well as their modern existence. In this work, we clarify some specific features of religious periodicals in comparison with the secular print press in Russia. The fact that the church has its own media makes it more independent and independent in expressing its point of view regarding various social and political problems in modern society. It also allows the church to pursue its own policy in the most important sphere of national and religious relations, in relation to certain groups of the country's population. The discourse of the Russian Orthodox Church in the domestic media originated in the XIXth century. The current topical discourse of the Russian Orthodox Church in contemporary print and electronic Russian media is extremely important for the mentality of Russian citizens and society as a whole. This paper considers the system of Russian Orthodox media, which is part of the Russian media system.
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A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
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A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
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A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
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A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
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Recent privacy scandals such as Cambridge Analytica and the Nightingale Project show that data sharing must be carefully managed and regulated to prevent data misuse. Data protection law, legal frameworks, and technological solutions tend to focus on controller responsibilities as opposed to protecting data subjects from the beginning of the data collection process. Using a case study of how data subjects can be better protected during data curation, we propose that a co-created data commons can protect individual autonomy over personal data through collective curation and rebalance power between data subjects and controllers.
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This short analysis hightlights a number of social, technical and poitical-economic problems that challenge the current practice of funding and governing research infrastructures.
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Psilota flavoorta Young and van Steenis sp. nov. (Species plate: Fig. 20; Genitalia: Fig. 43 A–B; Map: Fig. 57A) Diagnosis: Pleuron shining, free of pollinosity. Scutum with mixed black and white pile. Hind leg simple. Tergites 2 and 3 black, with lateral edges always yellow on tergite 2 and usually on tergite 3. Tergite 4 mostly or entirely black, usually with anterolateral yellow markings. Body length: 8.7–11.5 mm. Description: MALE: Head: Head black, face sparsely pale pollinose. Face pale yellow pilose with some black pile mixed in on upper half of face, frons mostly black pilose with a few pale pile, vertex black pilose. Scape and pedicel orange, postpedicel dark brown with only ventral edge orange, oval, approximately 1.5 times as long as wide. Eye densely brown pilose. Thorax: Thorax black. Fore- and mid leg orange, hind leg dark brown. Hind femur unmodified, with only a few weak, black setulae apicoventrally. Pleuron shining, free of pollinosity. Pile on thorax mixed black and yellow. Wing colourless, with apical half of cell bm, apical three-quarters of cell cua, and basal third of cell c bare. Alula microtrichose. Halter pale yellow. Calypter light brown with a dark brown border. Abdomen: Tergite 1 black. Tergites 2 and 3 black, with lateral edges always yellow on tergite 2 and usually on tergite 3. Tergite 4 entirely black or with lateral edges yellow on anterior half. Tergites shining, free of pollinosity. Tergites 1 and 2 with some pale pilosity laterally, otherwise tergites black pilose. Sternites yellow, pale pilose. Genitalia: Epandrium compact, about as long as tall. Cercus approximately triangular. Outer lobe of surstylus inserted at top of inner lobe, thin, and abruptly curved downwards at about two-thirds its length. Inner lobe of surstylus long, thin, and straight, approximately 5 times as long as wide (at base), slightly increasing in width over entire length, with apex square. Phallapodeme smooth. Postgonite slightly constricted medially, slightly darkened. FEMALE: Unknown. Etymology: The specific epithet ' flavoorta ' is an arbitrary combination of letters. Specimens examined: HOLOTYPE: AUSTRALIA: Queensland: Carnarvon National Park, Mt. Moffatt Section., -25.058100 148.044400, 5.xi.2010., 1100m, C. Lambkin et al., QM Reg. No. T 222152 ( 1♂ QM). PARA- TYPES: New South Wales: Stanwell Tops, -34.219903 150.991808, 5.ii.1978, G. Daniels, GDCBReg_19604 ( 1♂, GDCB); Queensland: Amiens nr. Stanthorpe, -28.600522 151.799608, 25.xi.1979, G. Daniels, GDCBReg_19689 ( 1♂, GDCB); Mount Moffatt, Mt. Moffatt sect., Carnarvon Nat Pk; -25.058100 148.044400; 26.IX.1986; D.K. Yeates; UQIC_ Reg 94640; UQIC_ Reg 94731 ( 2♂, QM); Wild Horse Mountain near Beerburrum, -26.916667 152.150000, 28.ix.1985, G. and A. Daniels, GDCBReg_19550–19552 ( 3♂♂, GDCB); Girraween National Park, Hilltop 1.2km NE of Bald Rock Campground, -28.821942 151.937850, 31.xii.2014; 1.i.2015, J.H. Skevington CNC451709 ( 1♂, CNC). Discussion: Nothing is known about the biology of this species.
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