Online Seminar on Wednesday, 25 January 2023, 14:00 – 15:00 CET
The main mission of the CS Track project has been to observe and analyse the phenomena of citizen science using empirical and theoretical studies. Based on these studies, the team have constructed a set of policy recommendations. Further specific policy recommendations have also been prepared with the stated purpose of directing attention to questions related to Citizen Science that need attention.
During this webinar the team will present the recommendations that they have prepared arising from the CS Track project and will discuss their impact on Citizen Science policy from different perspectives. Join us to find out more about these recommendations, how were they created, and what kind of future for Citizen Science do they direct us towards?
Seminar leader: Ohto Sabel, University of Jyväskylä
Policy recommendations based on CS Track results by Ohto Sabel and Aaron J. Peltoniemi, JYU, Finland (download presentation)
- D4.4 Policy recommendations based on CS Track results
- Briefing report How to improve citizen science projects?
- Briefing report8 recommendations for institutions looking to support citizen science initiatives
- Briefing report Developing citizen science: 5 evidence-based recommendations for policymakers
Recommendations for Policy Makers –D3.3 by Simon Krukowski & Ulrich Hoppe, RIAS, Duisburg, Germany (download presentation)
Further reading: D3.3 Web Analytics – Final Report
Accreditation in citizen science by Yaela Golumbic, Raul Drachman, Marius Oesterheld, Aaron J. Peltoniemi, Marinos Anastasakis (download presentation)
Further reading: D4.5 The accreditation discussion paper