Jun 10, 2022

Describing your citizen science project – How to present your project and recruit volunteers, online workshop, 7 July

Online Workshop on Thursday, 7 July 2022, 14:00 – 15:30 CET

In this installment of our webinar series, CS Track researchers will share tips and tricks for writing informative and engaging project descriptions and analyse concrete examples (both positive and negative) together with the participants. Moreover, participants will have the chance to draft their own descriptions and receive feedback from the presenters.

Following a round of introductions and presentation of our research, the participants will analyse examples (good and bad), discuss good practices for writing project descriptions, and then draft their own project descriptions (for real or fantasy projects).

Who is it aimed at?

Project initiators and coordinators, CS platform managers

What will you learn?

Some input on how to efficiently and attractively promote their projects; insight into participants’ expectations

Workshop leaders

Workshop leaders: Marius Oesterheld, Wissenschaft im Dialog, and Dr. Yaela Golumbic, The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History.

SAVE THE DATES FOR OUR UPCOMING EVENTS!

  • 6 September – Designing citizen science learning activities for your classroom
  • 29 September – Activities & Dimensions Grid of Citizen Science (ADG-CS)
  • 20 October – Empirical evidence on the characteristics of the citizen scientists and what we can learn from it

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