|1,000,000 - In January we hit 1 million data points transcribed so far!
New Transcribers - Since December we have gained 36 new transcribers - Welcome!
WMO HiWeather Workshop - DRAW Team Members Drs. Renee Sieber and Victoria Slonosky presented "Connecting the past and present to understand hazardous weather events via citizen science" in December 2020.
Article Publication - Drew Bush et. al has published a new paper, "Enlisting Students to Transcribe Historical Climate and Weather Data For Research: Building Knowledge Translation Via Classroom-Based Citizen Science", found here.
New Collaboration - In February 2021 we launched a partnership with The Network in Canadian History (NiCHE). Be sure to check out the first blog entry here and the instagram live session we had about it here.
Article Publication - Dr. Victoria Slonosky has published a new paper, "Climate Observing During Canada's Empires, 1742-1871: People, Places and Motivations", found here. The authors of the special issue on “ Colonies to Country: Canada 1763 to 1867” will discuss their articles March 23rd, 12:00 to 1:30 pm. The Zoom like is here.
New Blog Series - Curious about parts of the transcription process? Have you encountered a snag or problem while transcribing? Be sure to check out our new series Transcription Tips for more info (the first one can be found here).