Sep 10, 2020

New release of EU-Citizen.Science Platform offers lots of additional features

One of the highlights of the ECSA Conference this week was the launch of a bunch of new features in EU-Citizen.Science platform which were launched during an online lunch meeting on Wednesday 9 September. The purpose of these new features is to foster collaboration between citizen science practitioners and enthusiasts. These features include a brand new community forum where you can start or join a discussion on any topic related to citizen science, ask a question, join the debate on hot topics in the field, or join conference participants in the ‘back channel’. You can also access a host of useful training resources on the platform. Take a look here.

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