Dec 2, 2021

Special collection on citizen science in higher education published

Citizen Science: Theory and Practice journal has just released a new special collection on citizen science in Higher Education. This special collection explores the ways both online and field-based citizen science can be integrated in higher education as a tool for teaching and learning, professional development, and community building. This special collection includes a paper written by our team member Yaela Golumbic entitled “Expanding the Scope of Citizen Science: Learning and Engagement of Undergraduate Students in a Citizen Science Chemistry Lab”. Access the special issue here.

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