CS Track

Description

CS Track combines methods of social sciences, the humanities and computer sciences. It (1) reviews literature on citizen science – by scientists, policy makers, funders and interest groups, among others – and conducts expert interviews on open issues, (2) compiles a database of citizen science projects and conducts semi-structured interviews to explore projects that have been selected by drawing lot, (3) analyzes digital manifestations and traces of citizen science projects, and (4) conducts online surveys.

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Aim

CS Track is broadening our knowledge about Citizen Science by investigating Citizen Science activities, disseminating good practices and formulating knowledge-based policy recommendations to maximise the potential benefit of Citizen Science activities on individual citizens, organisations, and society at large.

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How to participate

Keep up to date with our project by following us on Twitter @cstrackproject we plan to launch our eMagazine and Community platform in January 2021, in the meantime you can find out more about what we are up to on our website.

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