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Research shows media can enhance girls’ citizen science learning
Category: Blog, Journal, News

Posted on: December 6, 2016

Guest post by Rita Karl, SciGirls/TPT – – – Girls who take part in well-designed and thoughtfully shared media – TV and video games – can have a more impactful citizen […]

More about membership: “It Takes a Village”

Posted on: November 18, 2016

Monthly Letter from Greg (CSA board chair) to all CSA members November 17th, 2016 • Fort Collins, Colorado Dear CSA Community, For this monthly message, allow me for a moment to […]

Meet the Board: Simphiwe Laura Stewart

Posted on: November 17, 2016

The Citizen Science Association is a rapidly growing organization with many new names and faces. Some of those faces are volunteering their time to lead this organization as Board Members. This […]

Where can I get scientific expertise for a citizen science project?

Posted on: November 15, 2016

By Malin Clyde, with the CSA Professional Development Working Group – – – Are you a community organization looking to engage a scientist to help with your citizen science project? Accessing […]

Second issue of journal launched

Posted on: November 11, 2016

By Rick Bonney and the Editorial Board of Citizen Science: Theory and Practice. – – – – We are pleased to announce publication of the first article in issue 2 of […]

CSA Transition to Paid Membership

Posted on: November 8, 2016

To all CSA members and supporters, via the CSA Membership Committee: The Citizen Science Association (CSA) was established in 2014 with the vision of a world where people understand, value, and […]

Co-designing professional development

Posted on: October 27, 2016

By Mark Chandler and the Professional Development Working Group – – – One of the more egregious sins of blog writing may well be using jargon, but it seems unavoidable when […]

Setting the table: An open letter to North Carolina

Posted on: October 20, 2016

My friend Dan once told me the story of an elder who was called to testify in a court case. When he was asked to swear that he would tell the […]

Announcement: Hurricane Matthew extends CSA Conference Abstract Deadline to Oct 13th
Category: Blog, Conference, News
Tags: Abstracts, CSA17, Deadline

Posted on: October 6, 2016

In light of Hurricane Matthew’s impact on the Caribbean and Eastern Coast of the United States this week and weekend we are extending the conference abstract submission deadline from Monday, October […]

What is a “scholarly” presentation?
Category: Blog, CitSci2017, Conference

Posted on: September 29, 2016

Citizen science allows everyone to contribute to a deeper understanding of the world around us. Likewise, multiple perspectives are necessary for understanding citizen science practice — how to build and run […]