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CS Track introduces a Conceptual Framework for Analytics Tools



The CS Track research team, led by partners Christine Urban and Michael  Strähle from the WissenschaftsladenWien -Science Shop Vienna, has published a report called Conceptual Framework for Analytics Tools, which builds on the preceding report Framework Conceptual Modeland lays the conceptual foundation for the project. This document maps citizen science landscapes in the European Union and beyond,funding programmes, policies,advocacy and working groups, and opportunities for participating in citizen science activities. Moreover, the report presents an overview of educational citizen science activities in schools that complements the previously published literature review on citizen science activities in education. This document also includes interviews with African, Asian, European and American experts on Open Science, research ethics and research integrity to supplement the literature review included in the preceding report. Download the full report here.



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