Remember the olinguito? The adorable combination of teddy bear and meerkat immediately became a top contender for world’s cutest animal when it stepped into the spotlight last year. Find out what we’ve learned about this elusive creature since then. Continue reading Crowdsourcing the olinguito
Support the Smithsonian and share your own experiences by contributing your photos to America’s Family Album. Continue reading Say cheese!
Get out of your awkward chair and become a crowdsourcing warrior who will bridge the gap in funding the world’s first comprehensive exhibition on the ancient discipline of yoga. (See what we did there? Yeah, we’re as ashamed as a downward facing dog.) Continue reading “Yoga: The Art of Transformation” also offers a way to transform how exhibitions are funded
Spring is finally here and we’re all excited about getting outside. While you’re out enjoying the weather, why not contribute to the world’s scientific database of biodiversity? Continue reading Puttin’ on the Blitz—the BioBlitz
If we can’t bring the world’s 7 billion people to the Smithsonian (not enough parking), let’s bring the Smithsonian to them. Continue reading Finding the human connection in a digital age
It takes a village…of Wikipedians. Check out the day-long “edit-a-thon” that added resources from “The Civil War and American Art” to Wikipedia. Continue reading It takes a village
How do we become a bridge between people with stories to tell and people who want to hear them? Continue reading The wisdom of crowds