Nov 3, 2020

Getting input on the the CS Track database

CS Track partner UPF are leading on the work to create a comprehensive database of projects that will help the team explore citizen science activities. To date this data collection includes data on over 12,000 projects and continues to expand. On 2/11, Patricia Santos and Miriam Calvera from UPF who are leading this work met with Margaret Gold and Francisco Sanz García from EU-Citizen.Science to explore ways in which teams in the two projects might collaborate. This includes finding ways in which to add data to the CS Track database through the work of EU-Citizen.science as well as exploring how the database can be made useful to the wider Citizen Science community to ensure its sustainability in the future.

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