iDigBio Bibliography

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Cameras, copy stands, and imaging Moran, Sean (2015)
Challenges and Obstacles to Digitizing Small Paleontology Collections Vietti, Laura (2015)
Challenges facing Small Museums with Moderate Collections and Minimal Resources Schmidt, Curtis (2015)
Choosing an Appropriate Collection Database Mathis, Verity L. (2015)
Citizen science: A symbiotic future for research and education using biological collections Meineke, Emily, Frank Steven D., and Dunn Robert (2015)
Citizen science as a tool for expanding our capacity to georeference biodiversity specimens Ellwood, Elizabeth R., Bart H., Krings M., Jue Dean, Mann J., Rios Nelson, and Mast Austin R. , Botany 15, Botanical Society of America Annual Meeting 2015, 07/2015, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (2015)
Closing the gap - building a strong and productive network between amateurs and professionals in Paleontology. Leder, Ronny M. , 2015 GSA Annual Meeting, 11/2015, Baltimore, Maryland (2015)
Co-collection of physical and media specimens: why bother? (frogs) Brown, Rafe (2015)
Collections Internships for College Students: Designing an Interdisciplinary Program Smith, Emily (2015)
Connecting your data to the outside world Dunnum, Jonathan L. (2015)
Considerations for selecting a collections management system McCaffrey, Joanna (2015)
Consortium of California Herbaria workflows Nazaire, Mare (2015)
Creation of Virtual Collections Available to all Through the Use of Boyer, Doug (2015)
Creative methods for utilizing collections for education and outreach Singer, Randy (2015)
Crowdsourcing Biodiversity Data Mobilization Ellwood, Elizabeth R. , TDWG 2015 (2015)
Crowdsourcing Collection Digitization: Solving a Science Problem and Improving STEM Literacy Mast, Austin R. (2015)
Crowd-sourcing, volunteers, blitzes Mast, Austin (2015)
CT scanning of museum specimens in research: a case study McCune, Amy (2015)
Curator’s perspective iDigBio (2015)