The Workshops page allows registered ERcore users to post note about meetings and communications they are having with each other about implementing and using the software. We never know when another jurisdiction might find value in your work and want to partner with you to find and implement a solution.
The Administrative and Development teams met at Utah State University to work through the remaining software development issues and plan the final roll-out of the ER-core to the EPSCoR community. In addition to the original collaborators of Alaska, Hawaii, New Mexico, New Hampshire and Utah, representatives from Rhode Island and Delaware joined us for the Workshop. The Admin team (Program administrators from the jurisdictions) provided their feedback to the Development team (programmers and technical staff from the jurisdictions) on improvements to be made to the site to improve the user experience and project management functionality. While the developers broke out to work on the software tasks the Admin team worked through the deployment of the software and manuals. We decided that the EPSCoR community would best be served by a single website where all of the resources could be accessed and where users could go to seek assistance from others and/or share their ideas and software.