CRG Training for Scientists
Do you need a big amount of data for your research project or idea, but you don’t have resources to get it? Or do you have tons of data to be analysed but it would take you ages to get the work done?
Do you want to widen your research and make it more impactful by engaging a variety of key stakeholders? Do you want your project to gain visibility amongst citizens and to make it more accessible for them?
Join this workshop and learn how to bring your project to the next level!
Citizen science promises to be a major source of high-quality data and analysis in areas relevant to both scientists and policy-makers. For researchers and their institutions, promoting citizen science is a way to engage society in research and improve the transparency and visibility of science. In this 2-hour interactive workshop, we will cover the basis of citizen science, including aims, benefits, impact, examples, how to design a citizen science project, etc. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss how they might use the citizen science approach, either in their ongoing or new projects.
This course has been organised in the frame of the TIME4CS project.
The TIME4CS project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101006201
Instructors: Gitte Kragh & Kristian H. Nielsen
Target audience: PRBB community in general (scientists and administration)Register here
Registration deadline: 4th May 2023