[Bid-community] Webinar: Crowdsourcing Basics: What is it, and will it work for your collection? - the Milwaukee Public Museum experience
dpaul at fsu.edu
Fri Sep 15 20:14:28 CEST 2017
RE: Crowdsourcing Basics: What is crowdsourcing, and will it work for
your collection? - the Milwaukee Public Museum experience.
WHEN: Wednesday 20 September at 12 PM EDT, 11 AM CDT.
WHERE: http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/room (Headsets for best experience!).
WHO: Presenters: Alyssa Caywood, Collection Digitization Project
Manager, Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) and Julia Colby, Vertebrate &
Invertebrate Collections Manager MPM; Moderator: Elizabeth (Libby)
Ellwood, Research Fellow - LaBrea Tar Pits, WeDigBio organizer (and
former iDigBio Post Doc).
Crowdsourced transcription projects are used by collection managers
across the country to fulfill their data entry capture needs. Intrigued,
but not sure crowdsourcing is right for you and your collection? Our
discussion will cover evaluating your collection and planning a
crowdsource transcription project, plus suggest platforms and tips for
evaluating which platform might work for you. We will share what we’ve
learned from crowdsourcing transcriptions for our own collections and
from hosting a WeDigBio event in 2016. Join us to explore whether
crowdsourcing is a tool that you should add to your data management
toolbox. And, find out more about ways to participate in WeDigBio 2017
Please share -- this is crowdsourcing afterall!
See you Wednesday,
Deborah Paul, on behalf of Alyssa, Julia, and Libby
Tips for best webinar experience:
-- Upcoming iDigBio Events https://www.idigbio.org/calendar
-- Deborah Paul, iDigBio Digitization and Workforce Training Specialist
iDigBio -- Steering Committee Member, SPNHC Liaison and Member-At-Large, SYNTHESYS3 Representative
Institute for Digital Information, 234 LSB
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306
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