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DigiVol: Thoughts from Vanessa Finney
An interview with Vanessa Finney, Manager Archives and Records who talks about her experiences working with the Digitisation Project.
DigiVol: Volunteers have their say
Andrew and Duncan are volunteers on the digitisation project, called DigiVol, who both provide interesting commentary on life behind the scenes in the digitisation lab.
DigiVol: What... you work with dead insects!
Read here about two volunteers who work on the Digitisation Project
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.
This year, DigiVol has been digitising the Malacology Collection which is one of the largest Collections in the Australian Museum. Read Dr Mandy Reid's account of her experience with the project.
The Rapid Digitisation Project (RDP), funded by the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA), makes label data accessible without needing to go to the physical collection.
DigiVol: Volunteers making a difference
DigiVol recognises the hard work and professionalism shown by a masterful group of volunteers
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's five year anniversary celebrations
Volunteers, staff, sponsors and colleagues enjoyed cocktails under the whale to celebrate five fantastic years of DigiVol.