KiteSite Launched

KiteSiteSignagePalmer2014At lunchtime today the final event of the TLDF supported KiteSite project brought together keen biodiversity recorders from across campus.  The one-year funded project has succeeded in developing a dedicated instance of the EpiCollect app to promote consistent biodiversity recording on the University of Reading’s biodiversity rich main campus.  This project sprang from Alice Mauchline’s work with the Enhancing Fieldwork Learning programme with the HEA in which Alice was an active participant.




About Alastair Culham

A professional botanist and biologist with an interest in promoting biological knowledge and awareness to all.
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