1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 19, 2020 7:00 PM by Lauren Algee

    Herencia virtual transcribe-a-thon - March 19!

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      We’re celebrating the launch of Herencia: Centuries of Spanish Legal Documents with a transcribe-a-thon! Join in the virtual event happening ALL DAY on March 19! 


      How many pages can we transcribe and review together in one day? What will we discover?


      To participate, please register via Eventbrite


      Hourly progress:

      Time (EST)

      Not started

      In progress

      In review


      12 am51826725185

      8 am

      9 am51726826085
      10 am517067262


      11 am51696726386
      12 pm51657025991
      1 pm51627126191
      2 pm51567126791
      3 pm51487027196
      4 pm51437427197
      5 pm51396928097
      6 pm51357128297
      7 pm512873280104



      About the virtual transcribe-a-thon

      You can join in as an individual or organize a transcribe-a-thon event wherever you are.

      1. Register through Eventbrite so we can get a full count of contributing volunteers!
      2. Follow the day's progress via hourly updates here in History Hub and shared on our twitter (@Crowd_LOC)
        • We’ll share live updates on campaign activity so be sure to let us know how it’s going wherever you are! We hope you’ll share your event details and let us know what you’re finding in this rich collection.
      3. Let us know what you’re up to! We’re always here to answer your questions, but we’ll be have some extra opportunities for you to connect with Community Managers and collection experts.
        • Twitter chats11am and 2pm EST
          • Follow the conversation for tips and tricks!  Community managers and collection experts will also share more about this amazing collection and answer your questions!
        • Office Hours (via WebEx!):  noon and 3pm EST
        • Other ways to reach us:

         4. Have fun! Connect to history and your fellow volunteers through transcription J


      Planning a satellite event? 

      Some resources you should check out:



      *Note: this post originally contained information about an in-person event that has been indefinitely postponed.