Jan 14, 2022

CS Track team members to present at ECSA and Engaging Citizen Science conferences

We are delighted to announce that our team members are going to be presenting at the Engaging Citizen Science (25-26 April) and ECSA 2022 (5-8 October) conferences. A poster “Individual Learning Outcomes in Citizen Science Projects” will be presented and the analytics workbench will be introduced in a demo session „Meta-level Citizen Science: Analysing Citizen Science projects as a Citizen Science activity“ at the Engaging Citizen Science Conference 2022. A poster about the novel Activities & Dimensions Grid of Citizen Science will be presented at the ECSA conference. Stay tuned for more updates!

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