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The Smithsonian Institution's Crowdsourcing Tradition, Since 1849

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Presentation delivered by Elena Bruno (University of Lugano), Smithsonian Institution Intern at Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Mobile Strategies and Initiatives, on March 17, ...

Presentation delivered by Elena Bruno (University of Lugano), Smithsonian Institution Intern at Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Mobile Strategies and Initiatives, on March 17, 2011. This presentation showcases the long history of crowdsourcing at the Smithsonian, using sources and images of past and current projects from the Smithsonian Institution Archives.

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