Shore Archives is seeking armchair volunteers

June 13th, 2017

***UPDATE: The Plaskitt letters are now fully transcribed thank you. Another expedition has been added “MG Goldring’s letter to his wife, WWII”. Please click the link the below.

http://volunteer.ala.org.au/project/index/18608516

“DigiVol” is an online platform created by the Australian Museum that allows online volunteers to assist with transcription and identification.

Shore Archives has uploaded a collection of World War I letters that require transcribing and validation. Further projects will be gradually added. If you are interested please visit the link below:

http://volunteer.ala.org.au/project/index/18305044;jsessionid=5E3942914B0FFF1549EC1D72B4C4A8E0

I also encourage you to take a look at other exhibitions (projects) from other institutions requiring volunteers as well.

If you have any questions please contact Kate Riseley at Shore Archives: archivist@shore.nsw.edu.au or (02) 9900 4765.

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