Public Database Project

Sunday, May 1st, 2022 from 10:00am to Thursday, May 23rd, 2024 2:00pm

About

The Museum recently established a public database to make collection materials more accessible. Assistance is needed photographing objects and inputting data.
Positions
3 Remaining
Approval
Organizer will approve registrants
Registration
Registration Opened
Registration Closes
Any time before each milestone ends or when space runs out.
GivePulse
3 Positions Filled | 15 Impacts | 25 Hours

Project Plan

The Museum has established a public database. Its purpose is to make the Museum's collections more accessible to the public. When the database is complete, anyone will be able to access the database from the web and browse through the collections. 

One of the main needs of this project is reviewing and updating collection entries on the database prior to their being published for public viewing. Registrants will be trained with navigating this data entry and no previous experience is required. Though the end date is listed as May 23, 2024, registrants do not have to commit to that specifically. The database project will be ongoing and likely last at least two years.
The Museum has established a public database. Its purpose is to make the Museum's collections more accessible to the public. When the database is complete, anyone will be able to access the database from the web and browse through the collections. 

One of the main needs of this project is photographing collection materials and populating the public database with them. Registrants will be trained with navigating all aspects of this milestone and no previous experience is required. Though the end date is listed as May 23, 2024, registrants do not have to commit to that specifically. The database project will be ongoing and likely last at least two years.