Are you leading or taking part in a citizen science initiative? Then participate in the activity “Co-creating Citizen Science”!
|15 Mar 2021
|15 Mar 2021
The Arqus Alliance is organizing on 6th May the open session “Co-creating Citizen Science”, which will bring together research staff and, more generally, the academic and global community of Arqus universities interested in Citizen Science.
The main objective of the activity “Co-creating Citizen Science” is to give visibility to projects related to values of citizen science and based on cooperation, openness and participation, in which these universities are either leading or taking part. One of the expected results is also to achieve advancements in the position paper that the Arqus Alliance is preparing on this subject.
The session will take place online on 6th May from 9 am to 1:30 pm (CEST). It is open to anyone interested and will be based on a participative approach. The working language will be English.
In the first part of the programme, universities will present their institutional initiatives on citizen science. After that, there will be brief presentations on specific projects (4-5 minutes) and thirdly, a living lab format will be used for group work on specific subjects of citizen science. The event will close with a sharing session.
How to take part
If you are leading or taking part in a citizen science initiative, you can present it at this event. Submit your proposal by sending an email to email@example.com specifying the following information: name and surname, description of the project and link to a website (if there is any). Proposals will be accepted until 7th April.
If you just want to take part in the event and also receive information on citizen science and other initiatives of the Arqus Alliance, please complete this form.
9:00 – 10:00 – Institutional initiatives on Citizen Science.
10:00 – 11:30 – Micro-presentations
11:30 – 11:45 – Break and preparation of living labs
11:45 – 12:45 – Breakout sessions: Living labs
12:45 – 13:30 – Sharing and conclusions