Apr 14, 2020

PLOS ONE moderates a dialogue on citizen science methodologies

On April 2, PLOS ONE moderated a Twitter chat on citizen science (CS) methodologies. The dialogue brought together CS practitioners and stakeholders to cover questions on the standardisation of CS projects, the quality of data submitted by citizen scientists, guidelines for the design of CS studies, and much more. We invite you to check out this blogpost from PLOS ONE, which includes a review on the state of the art of citizen science research. Also, anyone can still follow and engage in the Twitter conversation by using the hashtag #citscichat – click here to see the full thread.

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