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Learning through Citizen Science: An Aspirational Vision and our Call to Creativity

Posted on: November 24, 2015

CS offers a powerful tool to increase lifelong engagement in learning, to enhance participants’ sense of power or agency in increasing scientific knowledge through research, and to foster and feed participants’ curiosity so that their scientific identity and interests continue to expand and flourish.

Students doing citizen science
Learning through Citizen Science: Opportunities and Challenges in K-12 and Family Learning

Posted on: October 15, 2015

Through involvement in citizen science, people of all ages and backgrounds can contribute to science while building passion for and understanding of scientific ways to investigate the natural world.

Announcing Citizen Science Today

Posted on: October 6, 2015

We’re excited to share news from our colleagues at the Zooniverse on the launch of the online journal Citizen Science Today (CST) – a publication made possible by PressForward complementary to the forthcoming CSA’s journal.

Learning through Citizen Science

Posted on: September 29, 2015

The Education Working Group of the Citizen Science Association is launching a blog series to stimulate conversation and collaboration around how to best support learning objectives in citizen science. This is the first blog of the series.

Re-imagining “Citizen Science”: Knowledge for equality?

Posted on: January 13, 2015

by: Alan Irwin, Erinma Ochu, Michel Pimbert, Cindy Regalado and Tom Wakeford (Image: A poster from the Morris Justice Project – a collaboration involving the Public Science Project, New York City) […]