What are you lookin’ at?
Some pictures may be worth a thousand words, but when it comes to field identification, a single snapshot rarely tells the full story. Green Notes is a Purdue-developed mobile foundation that may be used to create a variety of photo-filled, note-functional digital field guide applications.
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Publish a digital, searchable library of your collection at a fraction of the cost of a printed book without sacrificing photos and details for portability.
Enable students to record their field observations in a paperless, environmentally friendly way. Sharing those notes is as easy as sending an email.
Expand your collection. Auto-geotagging and in-app email allow students to save and send their sighting details and location to anyone right from the field.
Green Notes, a new mobile application, improves the plant identification process by providing an extensive digital library of tropical plants. Inspired by Purdue agronomist Lori Unruh Snyder, who partnered with ITaP to help develop the app, Green Notes also logs geographical information on plant sightings and provides digital note-taking functionality. Read more...