Sep 7, 2021

Conference paper on characterizing participation and interaction in a citizen science online community published

We are delighted to announce that the conference paper entitled “Using Network Analysis to Characterize Participation and Interaction in a Citizen Science Online Community”, written by our project partners Ishari Amarasinghe, Sven Manske, H. Ulrich Hoppe, Patricia Santos, and Davinia Hernández-Leo is now available online. In this article, they investigated the participation and collaboration patterns of different stakeholder groups within discussion forums of the “Chimp&See” project by analyzing publicly available forum data from the “Chimp&See” project hosted on the Zooniverse platform. The collected data was analysed using Social Network Analysis (SNA) and Epistemic Network Analysis (ENA) techniques. Click here to access the paper.

Watch the recording of the presentation at the CollabTech 2021 virtual conference here.

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