Sep 22, 2021

96% of citizen scientists use technology to take part in CS activities

Technology undoubtedly continues to play an important role in our daily lives. The CS Track survey that was launched at the beginning of 2021 has also underscored that the same can be said for those who participate in citizen science projects as 96% of survey respondents indicated that they used technology in their engagements. To learn more specific details of the types of technology used by citizen scientists, download the whitepaper entitled “Themes, objectives and participants of citizen science activities” here.  

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