Jan 12, 2021

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 conclusion of four years of intensive exchange within a European research network on citizen science. At the same time it signals a beginning, as its curriculum-like structure gives universities and others the opportunity to reflect on both the substantive contributions to research and the societal added value of Citizen Science,” Dr. Katrin Vohland, Director General of the Natural History Museum Vienna and first editor of the book, is pleased to say. “In addition, the book offers practical support for implementing projects and also addresses emerging topics such as Citizen Science and Artificial Intelligence.” Download the book here.

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