iDigBio Public Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop (Day1 PM Session1)

Mon, 2012-10-01 15:24 -- kevinlove
TitleiDigBio Public Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop (Day1 PM Session1)
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Conference2012
AuthorsiDigBio
Conference NamePublic Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop
KeywordsPublic Participation in Digitization of Biodiversity Specimens Workshop
URLhttp://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/p3g3ubvy4hg/
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1:30–1:45

Beach, Jim.

Biodiversity Institute, Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.

Specify & Lifemapper: breaking away from narcissistic science.

1:50–2:05

Gilbert, Edward.

Symbiota Software Project.

Symbiota: using specimen data to promote citizen science and the exploration of backyard biodiversity.

2:10–2:25

Giddens, Michael.

SilverBiology Software Project.

HelpingScience.org, an online citizen science solution for converting image labels into occurrence records.

2:30–2:45

Denslow, Michael.

Appalachian State Univ.

Notes from Nature: a scalable citizen science platform for transcribing records from natural history collections.

2:50–3:05

Best, Jason.

Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas.

The Apiary Project—a workflow for herbarium specimen digitization.

3:10–3:25

Flemons, Paul.

Team Lead, Atlas of Living Australia Biodiversity Volunteer Portal. Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia.

Atlas of Living Australia’s Volunteer Portal.