Back "How to engage citizens in your research project?", new Citizen Science Clinic event, on March 30th
"How to engage citizens in your research project?", new Citizen Science Clinic event, on March 30th
The session will take place on Thursday, 30th March, promoted by the Citizen Science Clinic initiative.
On Thursday, 30th March, Citizen Science Clinic initiative offers a new conference about engaging citizens in different cultural context in research projects. When it comes to involving citizens in your research project, we tend to learn that one size does not fit all. Not only when a new project starts, but often also within the project itself, it is always necessary to adapt your approach in order to align with different audiences and meet their needs. We will be joined by two researchers from the WeCount-project, who will share about their experiences.
The session will be streamed through Zoom, from 16.00 to 17.00 CET. You can register here. This will be the eight session of the initiative. The ninth, already scheduled, will take place on Thursday, May 25th.
The Citizen Science Clinic is an initiative of the EUTOPIA-TRAIN project. Its aim is to support researchers who are working in the field of citizen science, offering them an opportunity for exchange and networking. The learning sessions scheduled for March 30 and May 25 are peer-to-peer, informal and interactive. Any researcher working at a university in the EUTOPIA alliance can register.