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DigiVol spotlight on the nudibranch research of Dr Bill Rudman
DigiVol recently scanned new slides from the extensive collection of this AM malacology trailblazer.
Digivol scans 40-year-old slides of spiders
Check out some of the beautiful images of the AM arachnology slide collection scanned by DigiVol volunteers.
DigiVol: From Glass plate negatives to Digital images
DigiVol has taken digital images of prints of some of the Australian Museum's large collection of glass plate negatives.
Crab cornucopia, Digivols unlock a Pandora’s box, the Mel Ward dry crab collection
Contemporary technology applied to an old problem provides a rapid solution with potential to assist biodiversity studies
DigiVol's five year anniversary celebrations
Volunteers, staff, sponsors and colleagues enjoyed cocktails under the whale to celebrate five fantastic years of DigiVol.
Five years of DigiVol
The Australian Museum is thrilled to celebrate five years of our innovative volunteer digitisation program
DigiVol - Blog Series
A blog series about the Australian Museum DigiVol project.
DigiVol: It keeps getting better
Find out more about why 2015 was a very good year for DigiVol
DigiVol: Where in the World Is DigiVol?
Find out more about what inspired DigiVol volunteers at the Australian Museum to become DigiVollys.
DigiVol: Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, DigiVol, BVP...pardon?
Learn more about our growing community of citizen scientists at the Australian Museum
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.