Feb 20, 2020

Invitation to join survey into defining citizen science

EU-Citizen.Science and the European Citizen Science Association are trying to develop a short briefing that can be used by research funders, policy bodies, and scientists, to decide which activities, and under which conditions, should be considered to be citizen science. They are keen to engage with as many people as possible and invite you to complete their survey. This survey will present you with stories about different forms of public participation in research. Different activities within this area of public participation in research are now called “citizen science” and they would like to hear what your opinion is about each activity.

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  1. Policy-maker: Regional, national or international policy-maker or influencer.
  2. Academic: Academic engaged in research related to Citizen Science.
  3. Citizen Scientist: Citizen Scientist involved in or managing/planning one or more Citizen Science project.
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