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DigiVol: Supporting scientific research at the Australian Museum
DigiVol volunteers help to advance science by digitising collections in preparation for study by researchers.
DigiVol: DigiVols as Code Breakers
The immense task of digitising our collections raises many challenges for our digitisation and transcription team, the DigiVols.
100,000 transcriptions and a roomful of molluscs
Our Digital Volunteers team (DigiVol) recently celebrated two incredible milestones.
DigiVol: Where in the World Is DigiVol?
Find out more about what inspired DigiVol volunteers at the Australian Museum to become DigiVollys.
DigiVol: Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, DigiVol, BVP...pardon?
Learn more about our growing community of citizen scientists at the Australian Museum
DigiVol:Malacology CRG 008 digitised and almost dusted
DigiVol digitisers support the work undertaken by Malacology Collection staff and research scientists.
DigiVol: Archives show their appreciation
Find out why DigiVol was given such a delicious and beautifully decorated cake.
DigiVol: 16,000+ transcriptions but who is counting?
Megan is the first virtual volunteer on the DigiVol portal (formerly Biodiversity Volunteer Portal, BVP) to transcribe 16,000 records.
Productivity and interesting conversation between volunteers and colleagues go hand in hand in the DigiVol lab.
DigiVol:Let's celebrate......100,000 images taken
Since May, 2011 DigiVol volunteer digitisers have taken over 100,000 images from Entomology, Malacology and Archival Materials.