Sep 24, 2020

Report on CS by Rand reflects the importance of cultures and institutions

This report entitled Community Citizen Science – from promise to action by Rand used findings from disaster response and recovery case studies to identify specific considerations for community citizen science implementation and impacts. Based on 4 key research questions, including a consideration of the nature of community citizen science and its potential uses, the report comes up with a number of interesting findings along with recommendations including the importance of integrating programs with established scientific institutions through partnerships, publications, or research dissemination avenues as a way to enhance credibility and gain access to resources. Check out the report here.

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