Verified Commit e6bee175 authored by Renato Alves's avatar Renato Alves 🌱
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Update references to Malvika's email

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twitter = "https://twitter.com/malvikasharan"
twitter = "https://twitter.com/EMBL_BioIT"
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featured_image: "images/BioIT_logo_about.png"
description:
type: page
date: 2019-02-15T10:00:00+01:00
date: 2020-09-07T17:40:00+01:00
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**Short summary**
This project ([https://bio-it.embl.de/](https://bio-it.embl.de/)) will be developed by me (*Hi! I am Malvika Sharan, a coordinator of EMBL Bio-IT*) to engage with the members of Bio-IT community at EMBL. Bio-IT is a community initiative, which aims to build, support, and promote computational biology activity at EMBL Heidelberg. Bio-IT community members are scientists who share varying level of interests and expertise in bioinformatics who help each other by sharing their skills, experience, and tools with others.
This project was originally developed by [Malvika Sharan](https://twitter.com/malvikasharan) and [Toby Hodges](https://twitter.com/tbyhdgs), and now [Renato Alves](https://bio-it.embl.de/renato-alves/), to engage with the members of Bio-IT community at EMBL.
Bio-IT is a community initiative, which aims to build, support, and promote computational biology activity.
Bio-IT community members are scientists who share varying level of interests and expertise in bioinformatics who help each other by sharing their skills, experience, and tools with others.
This community started at EMBL in 2011 unofficially, and in 2012 it was officially acknowledged as a valuable part of the organization. The community has grown ever since and have gained diverse members from different research interests who are bioinformatics learners, trainers, resource-developers, problem-solvers, decision-makers, knowledge-sharers, visitors and supporters. A large proportion of our community is biologists and early bioinformaticians (novice learners), who make an important part of our learners’ community.
This community started at EMBL in 2011 unofficially, and in 2012 it was officially acknowledged as a valuable part of the organization.
The community has grown ever since and have gained diverse members from different research interests who are bioinformatics learners, trainers, resource-developers, problem-solvers, decision-makers, knowledge-sharers, visitors and supporters.
A large proportion of our community are biologists and early bioinformaticians (novice learners), who make an important part of our learners’ community.
While primarily based at EMBL Heidelberg, over the years, the community has expanded to include active members from all six EMBL sites.
If you are one of the above listed members, I am happy to welcome you as a new (or returning) member of this community.
**Aim of this project**
This online community blog, in order to improve engagement and active participation from our community members.
This community blog, was created to improve engagement and active participation from our community members.
This blogging infrastructure will create opportunities for our community members to demonstrate their work and share ideas with the community. We specifically want to encourage our learner of diverse experience and use this platform to demonstrate their scientific work and academic stories.
This blogging infrastructure will create opportunities for our community members to demonstrate their work and share ideas with the community.
We specifically want to encourage our community to use this platform to demonstrate their scientific work and academic stories.
Interviews and open dialogues on relevant social issues with our community members will also be published and used in improving our equity strategy going forward.
If you want to [contribute](http://localhost:1313/bio-it-blogs/contribute/) to the development of this project, [write me an email](mailto:malvika.sharan@embl.de).
If you want to [contribute](contribute/) to the development of this project, [write us an email](mailto:bio-it@embl.de).
Best wishes,
Malvika Sharan
Renato Alves
on behalf of the EMBL Bio-IT Community ([https://bio-it.embl.de/](https://bio-it.embl.de/))
(content originally by Malvika Sharan)
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featured_image: "images/71CjSSB83Wo_ptikutam_unsplash.jpeg"
description:
type: page
date: 2019-02-15T10:00:00+01:00
date: 2020-09-07T18:20:00+01:00
menu:
main: {}
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This project is led by Malvika Sharan as a part of EMBL Bio-IT. Please [contact her](mailto:malvika.sharan@embl.de) for any query, suggestion, contribution and more information about this project.
This project is led by Renato Alves (previously led by [Malvika Sharan](https://twitter.com/malvikasharan)) as a part of EMBL Bio-IT. Please [contact us](mailto:bio-it@embl.de) for any query, suggestion, contribution and more information about this project.
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### Here is how you can participate:
1. Contact me by emailing [malvika.sharan@embl.de](mailto:malvika.sharan@embl.de) to learn more about this project.
1. Contact me by emailing [Renato Alves](mailto:bio-it@embl.de) to learn more about this project.
2. Share one or multiple contents. Here is a non-exhaustive list of types of content that can be published here.
- *Bioinformatics materials*
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*This post is the case study from my participation at the [Mozilla Open Leaders Cohort 7](https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/opportunity/mozilla-open-leaders/round-7/participants/participants---cohort-f/) from January-May 2019*
TLDR: I am collecting/sharing academic stories of my colleagues and friends (at EMBL, Bio-IT, Mozilla and other Open Communities). You are invited to contribute to this project by scheduling a meeting with me (use [this link](https://calendly.com/malvikasharan/30min)) to share your stories/ideas that you would like others to know. ([ See info on the official Mozilla page](mozillapulse.org/entry/1152))
TLDR: I am collecting/sharing academic stories of my colleagues and friends (at EMBL, Bio-IT, Mozilla and other Open Communities). You are invited to contribute to this project by scheduling a meeting with me (use [this link](https://calendly.com/malvikasharan/30min)) to share your stories/ideas that you would like others to know. ([See info on the official Mozilla page](mozillapulse.org/entry/1152))
## Digital Storytelling for Culture Change
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