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Friday, May 19 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
E-10: Symposium: A Global Movement: CS Around the World from a Scientific-Social-Cultural-Political Context

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A Global Movement? Citizen Science Around the World from a Scientific-social-cultural-political Context
Organizer: Jessie Cappadonna - Queensland University of Technology
Regional variation in the social-cultural-political context of citizen science leads to important variation in its diversification and growth. This symposium will provide an overview of regional similarities and differences between citizen science initiated in Australia, China, Europe, and the United States, as well as the opportunities and challenges that this offers to global citizen science projects. The state of citizen science, including primary drivers, development strategies utilized, and support mechanisms (e.g. financial, structural, and institutional) will be considered. Speakers will marshal regional project examples to highlight citizen science goals, diversity, and outcomes. Regional efforts underway and visions for the future will be discussed.

PRESENTATIONS:

Citizen science across Australia: Diversity, design, support, and impact
Jessie Cappadonna, PhD Student, Queensland University of Technology

Expansion of citizen science across the United States
Darlene Cavalier, Arizona State University and SciStarter

Factors that influence citizen science progress across Europe
Muki Haklay, University College London

Modes of public participation in scientific research across China
Elizabeth Tyson, Science & Technology Innovation Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

The WeDigBio event — International partners produce a global data campaign for citizen science
Austin Mast, Florida State University


Friday May 19, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Meeting Rooms 13, 14 & 15

Attendees (59)