Mar 12, 2020

Last interview in EU.Citizen-Science series highlights value for minority groups

The final interview in the EU-Citizen.Science series about inclusion is with Shara Fisler from the Ocean Discovery Institute in the US. In this interview, Shara explains the approach her institute takes in engaging diverse community groups and presents the model that underpins how she and her colleagues work with under-served communities. The key message from Shara is that people need to feel they belong in Citizen Science projects.

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URJC presents eMagazine Community Platform at CCS’20 conference

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The Citizen Social Science & Complex Systems Science Workshop is a Satellite Workshop within the Conference on Complex Systems 2020 that the Complex Systems Society organises every year. This year the workshop took place online on 9 December. The URJC team led by...

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