We are nearing the completion of a new IAQM website. One of the key features of the website is a fully searchable archive of air quality materials. This includes presentations, guidance, journal articles and reports. The database is currently set up so users can search by date, author and title, but we want to add a greater granularity to the search by tagging all the content.
This is where we need your help. We have about 200 archived items to tag. Each presentation takes approximately 5 minutes and each article minutes. If you have any spare time before the end of March, please think about donating it to this project. Not only will you be helping out your professional body, you will be contributing towards you professional development and helping to build a valuable resource for the air quality sector.
Micro-volunteering means just that; so if you only have 10 minutes to spare between meetings or on a train this small time contribution can help.
To take part please email email@example.com with the subject header 'IAQM Archive' and the approximate number of minutes you can donate. We will then send you links to the appropriate number of resources and instructions on how to tag them.
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