Digitisation of the Haswell collection commenced in 2016 support by funds granted by the University of Sydney’s Chancellor’s Committee. From the outset, the project adopted the “students-as-partners” model with student volunteers and undergraduate interns coming from biology and museum studies to work on the project (Team Haswell).
Quinnell, R., Gray, L., Philp, J., Mitchell, B., Momo Newberry, M., & Dimond, R. (2019, 2 – 4 October). Breathing Life into Haswell’s Historic Educational Zoological Collection. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, The University of Sydney and University of Technology Sydney.
Those working on the project have been encouraged to offer blog posts.
- Bite-sized facts: what 3D models can tell us about marsupial dentition By Astrid Bina and Jia Xin Quek – 3rd February 2020
- GIFs and Fyuses – a new way to share digital Haswell specimens By Jia Xin Quek – 16th January 2020
- Digitising Haswell specimens using photogrammetry By Jia Xin Quek – 7th January 2020
- Creating the best quality GIFs and Fyuses By Astrid Bina and Jia Xin Quek – 16 January 2020
- Pedestal3D offerings from the Haswell collection By Rosanne Quinnell 23rd February 2020
- Haswellian Velvet Worms. Part 1. By Lindsey Gray 22nd August 2016
- The cupboard under the stairs. By Momo Newbury 16th May 2016
- Haswell’s ghost is famous. By Lindsey Gray – 19th April 2016
- Meet Brittany and Richard – undergraduate student volunteers By Brittany Mitchell and Richard Dimon 5th April 2020
- Haswell, a Biology Brain. By Marion McCann – 4th April 2016
- Who was Haswell? By Brittany Mitchell April 2016
- Background to the digitisation project. By Lindsey Gray 17th March 2016