Hi
In Paris, Finland and botanic Garden Meise in Belgium too.
See here the video for Belgium.
http://m.lavenir.net/cnt/dmf20160601_00834733/

All the best
Pat

On 17 Oct 2016 11:14, "Paul van Rijckevorsel" <dipte...@freeler.nl> wrote:

> In Leiden they did this already
> https://science.naturalis.nl/media/medialibrary/2014/10/
> Natural_history_production_line_ACM_JOCCH_revised_version_final.pdf
> Paul
>
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> *From:* Deborah Paul <dp...@fsu.edu>
> *To:* iDigBio Digitization Interest Group <idigbiodig...@lists.ufl.edu> ; 
> iDigBio
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> *Sent:* Monday, October 17, 2016 3:44 AM
> *Subject:* [tdwg] iDigBio Webinar: Mass Digitizing a Working Herbarium
> using a conveyor belt - Sylvia Orli from Smithsonian
>
> Hi Everyone,
> Wondering how we can scale up digitization? What can we learn from
> institutions trying industrial methods?
> Join us for our next webinar at iDigBio coming up this Tuesday October
> 18th, from 3 - 4 PM EDT.
>
> *Subject:* Mass Digitizing a Working Herbarium using a conveyor belt:
> Workflows, Strategies, Challenges
> *Presenter: *Sylvia Orli, IT and Digitization Manager, US Herbarium
> *Day and Time:* Tuesday October 18th, from 3 - 4 PM EDT
> *Where: *http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/datamgmt
> *Tips for *Best Webinar Experience: https://www.idigbio.org/wiki/
> index.php/Web_Conferencing
>
> *Abstract: *The US Herbarium is attempting to digitize over one million
> botanical specimens in 14 months using a digitization conveyor belt. Given
> that the smallest problem in process can result in huge data errors, the
> workflows and strategies are continually revised to create a streamline of
> 16-20,000 specimen images and data records per week. The challenge is to do
> this in a working herbarium where the landscape can change from week to
> week.  I’ll be discussing our workflows, tips and tricks to keep the data
> flowing efficiently, and lessons learned from a fast-paced digitization
> project.
>
> *Relevant reading.*
> Museum drawers go digital Science Vol. 352. Issue 6287. Pp. 762-765.  13
> May 2016. http://science.sciencemag.org/content/352/6287/762
> See you there!,
> Deb Paul, et al Data Mgmt Interest Group
> *Calendar Announcement: *https://www.idigbio.org/content/mass-digitizing-
> working-herbarium-using-conveyor-belt-workflows-strategies-challenges
>
> apologies for cross-postings
>
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> -- Upcoming iDigBio Events https://www.idigbio.org/calendar
> -- Deborah Paul, iDigBio Digitization and Workforce Training Specialist
> iDigBio -- Steering Committee Member, SPNHC Liaison, SYNTHESYS3 Representative
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