Jul 29, 2022

Resources for using citizen science in higher education, CSA Webinar, 10 August

Citizen science can be a great tool for engaging and teaching undergraduates, even if you only devote a small amount of time to it. You are invited to join leaders from across institutions and disciplines to explore the available resources for educators looking to incorporate citizen science into undergraduate courses for a 90 minute webinar organised by CSA on 10 August. Event details, including speaker bios are available here. This free webinar is open to the public.

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