DigiVol Citizen Scientist


  • 2h/week
  • Flexible
  • Flexible
  • Trending

Posted on Jul 27, 2022

Last updated on Aug 19, 2022

DigiVol is a groundbreaking museum collections digitisation project powered by citizen scientists, people like you.

The role

Volunteers join virtual expeditions from institutions around the world, including the Australian Museum. You can transcribe content contained in collection labels, historical documents or even identify animals. By doing this you are giving access to a global community of researchers, scientists and data analysts to analyse data. The information continues to have real-world effects by helping experts unlock the secrets of biodiversity, protect the environment and tackle climate change.

Need to know

Volunteers work remotely using DigiVol Online.


Start date: July 27, 2022

End date: -


  • Gardening, Caring for the Natural World
  • Technical Specialists, Web Developers, Data Scientists
  • Education, Training, Mentoring and Coaching (including sports)
  • Caring for Animals
  • Writing, Editing and Research

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Australian Museum

We are Australia’s first museum, and have over 21 million scientific specimens and cultural objects in our collections.

Organisation information

Who are we?

Australian Museum

The Australian Museum Centre for Citizen Science programs provide a very important source of data about biodiversity. Data and insights …

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