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Learning from research in bio-diversity collaborations

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Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.

Have a look at this really cool family of websites that are being further developed over in Florida - the idea here is to take research and to get the public to participate. These guys are building up vast classified collections of material by collaborating research and writing digital descriptions and descriptions.. what a great way to do the outreach!

So what might public participation with musicological field recordings look? Imagine, what could we do by describing sound files in a way that is similar to these photos, or describing photos of musical events which researchers have documented?

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~ iDigBio (www.idigbio.org) and Zooniverse's Notes from Nature Project (www.notesfromnature.org) are websites which further enable public participation in online transcription of
biodiversity specimen labels ~

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