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Curators

ZipcodeZoo.com is looking for Curators to improve the quality of our information.

Curators are professional or advanced amateur biologists with specialized knowledge of a taxonomic group at the family level or below.

Curators are content specialists who work to improve the value of an institution's collections. ZipcodeZoo Curators are professional or advanced amateur biologists with specialized knowledge of a taxonomic group at the family level or below. Curators choose the taxonomic group that they will be responsible for. ZipcodeZoo's Curator program provides an opportunity for our users to share their knowledge of a taxonomic group with the rest of the world. A Curator's duties may include:

Benefits of Being a Curator

To become a Curator, send a statement of interest, brief biographical sketch, and the taxonomic group you wish to curate to David Stang.

Curators are not paid. ZipcodeZoo.com is a not-for-profit educational organization, which moves forward on the shoulders of volunteers and donations. But we can offer some other benefits:

Qualifications

A good Curator will make ZipcodeZoo more worth visiting, whether it is by improving our comprehensiveness, correcting some of our errors, adding to our visual interest with images or sounds, or improving our readability.

To be useful to ZipcodeZoo and our users, you only need know enough to find errors. If you can put in a little time to improve our "diamond in the rough", then you will benefit us all, including the millions who visit this site.

If you think you can help, please send a statement of interest, brief biographical sketch, and the taxonomic group you wish to curate to David Stang.

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Last Revised: Sat, 13 Dec 2008