Project Manager - Digitisation Collections
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Before the Museum, Alexis managed various small projects and worked on advocacy for archives, galleries libraries and museums for the Collections Council of Australia. Alexis joined the Museum in late 2011 to lead an Atlas of Living Australia-supported volunteer digitisation project. Since then, she’s managed a team of volunteers who are working on photographing terrestrial invertebrate specimens for delivery online. Alexis also manages other small digital projects at the Museum. In 2013, she is working to develop content for a Field Guide for South Australia app in partnership with Museum Victoria.
Member, Museums Australia
Member, Museum Computer Network
BA (Hons), University of Adelaide (1999)
Graduate Diploma Arts (Museums and Collections), Australian National University (2007)
A. Tindall. Strategic Digitisation: Priorities, Projects and Positivity. Museums Australia National Conference, September 24–28, 2012, Adelaide.
A. Tindall. South Australian Museum Volunteer Digitisation – or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the bugs! Museums Australia National Conference, September 24–28, 2012, Adelaide.
A. Tindall and J. Coleman. The Atlas of Living Australia and the Biodiversity Heritage Library. Australian Science Communicators of South Australia, September 25 2012, RiAus, Adelaide.
A. Tindall. SA Museum Volunteer Digitisation – or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the insects! Australian Entomological Society 43rd Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference, November 25–28, 2012, Adelaide.
A. Tindall. Challenges, opportunities and celebrating the small victories: Volunteer digitisation and learning as we go. Atlas of Living Australia Science Symposium, June 12–13 2013, Canberra.