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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The Science of Citizen Science – new book published by COST Action

The Science of Citizen Science – new book published by COST Action

The eagerly awaited publication "The Science of Citizen Science" is now available as as open access publication from Springer. Over 100 authors contributed to this book, including Julia Lorke and Yaela Golumbic from the CS Track project team. "This book is a wonderful...

URJC presents eMagazine Community Platform at CCS’20 conference

URJC presents eMagazine Community Platform at CCS’20 conference

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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