SciStarter (SciStarter.org) is engaged in a large corporate employee volunteer program to introduce employees to citizen science through online and in-person events across the country and to train and engage them in a number of SciStarter affiliate projects (see SciStarter.org/API to learn more about affiliates). For this program, we are seeking local partners to collaborate with … Read more “Seeking local partners in specific locations to host an event during Citizen Science Month (April 2020)”
Coming Soon! “The Field Guide to Citizen Science,” from the experts at SciStarter , published by Timber Press . Citizen science is the public involvement in the discovery of new scientific knowledge. A citizen science project can involve one person or millions of people collaborating towards a common goal. The citizen science movement is approachable and inclusive, making it … Read more “Pre-orders now available for “The Field Guide to Citizen Science””
From the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine , this video introduces the National Academies of Sciences, engineering, and Medicine’s report, Learning Through Citizen Science: Enhancing Opportunities by Design (2018) that identifies ways citizen science projects can be designed to effectively support learning.
I thought it would be helpful to provide a description of what SciStarter’s Participant API is and why a growing number of projects and platforms are implementing it and becoming SciStarter Affiliates in the process. A little background. SciStarter had been “merely” a database where project scientists would add their projects and citizen scientists would find … Read more “About SciStarter’s “Participant API,” used by 50+ citizen science projects (and counting)”
October 25, 2018 8:30am—10:30am Location Information ASU Barrett & O’Connor Center 1800 I St NW 8th Floor Washington, DC 20006 Free event however you must RSVP Public engagement with science is vital because it provides opportunities for mutual learning between scientists and the public. Engagement efforts connect the public with new knowledge and the people … Read more “Connecting Public Engagement in Science Efforts Across Silos”
Reposted from https://www.mos.org/press/pressreleases/Museum-of-Science-Awarded-NOAA-Grant The Museum of Science, Boston was awarded a $500,000 Environmental Literacy grant by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for a project focused on educating communities about building resilience to natural hazards. In partnership with Arizona State University, Northeastern University, SciStarter, the National Informal Science Education Network, and educators from science … Read more “Museum of Science Awarded Grant by NOAA for Citizen Science, Civics, and Resilient Communities Project; partnering with ASU, Northeastern, and SciStarter”
Dear citizen science project leaders! I am writing to invite you to join more than 50 citizen science project leaders who have already connected to a global hub through National Science Foundation-supported digital tools known as “SciStarter Affiliate Tools”. The digital tools are designed for projects registered on SciStarter (projects on SciStarter are shared with other … Read more “Invitation to connect your project to a global citizen science hub”
SciStarter and Arizona State University are happy to announce that we’ve received support from the National Science Foundation to host a workshop at North Caroline State University, November 8-9, 2018. March 12 (new date, which aligns with the Citizen Science Association conference nearby). The hands-on, half-day workshop will support project organizers to connect into a … Read more “Calling all citizen science project leaders: Connect with a global hub to recruit and support more participants!”
Periodically, SciStarter will publish updates from Darlene. What do you think we should call these installments? After you vote, make sure you scroll down and read our latest “Darlene Update.” Loading… Good morning! We hope you and your communities can make use of these free resources designed to support new and seasoned participants. 1) Check … Read more “Update from Darlene Cavalier, the founder of SciStarter”
Thanks to the creativity of several scientists, we have a new playlist on You Tube featuring “How To” videos to help you learn about and get started in citizen science projects. Check it out! If you run a project, contact info@SciStarter.com to learn how to upload your How To video to this playlist.