More Student Volunteers

Four more of our undergraduate students, studying on the Art Market module, have signed up as volunteers to add data to the interactive map website – great news, as the map website is now picking up speed on the number of dealer entries etc!

Here are our new volunteers, Angharad-Lambourne-Wade, Lydia Haines, Miranda Carins and Oliver Getley, all in my office at the University of Leeds after an intensive induction session on how to add data to the website – it’s actually a bit easier than one thinks, after getting used to the sequences of data input!

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Angharad, Lydia, Miranda and Oliver – new student volunteers on the Antique Dealer research project.

Thank you again to all our volunteers on the Antique Dealer research project – all the help you offer is invaluable to the project!

Mark

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