This roundtable will seek feedback from end-users on the components needed to improve access to the shared knowledge of the ISDS Community of Practice (CoP). Participants will be organized into small groups to brainstorm and document content that could be included in an ISDS knowledge management repository. The small groups will then present summaries to all participants at the end of the session. The larger group will discuss prioritization for the knowledge management system and next steps for community engagement in this endeavor after the conference.
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