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Thursday, May 18 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Roundtables: Tools for Citizen Science

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Come learn about a variety of digital tools that have been designed to support citizen science projects -- from apps to cyber-infrastructure. 

PRESENTATIONS:

Communicating Citizen Science Projects and Results with Apps to Inspire

Charmel Menzel - Esri

Advancing and Mobilizing Citizen Science Data Through an Integrated Sustainable Cyber-Infrastructure
Russell Scarpino - CitSci.org, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University

The Citizen Science Lab at Leiden University
Anne Land-Zandstra - Leiden University

SWE4CS: A Data Model to Enhance Reusability of Citizen Science Observations
Ingo Simonis - OGC

Cartoscope: A New Platform for Citizen Science and Disaster Response
Sofia Eleni Spatharioti - Northeastern University

DIY Your Crowdsourced Research Project Site Using the Free Zooniverse Project Builder
Laura Trouille - Adler Planetarium

Science Game Lab: On Creating a Central Hub for the Intersection of Games and Citizen Science
Ginger Tsueng - Science Game Lab

Monitoring Water Clarity and Cyanobacterial Blooms with Lake Observer: A Mobile App for Collection of Lake Data by Citizen Scientists
Holly Ewing - Bates College

Closing the 'Data Gap': Using Big Data to Facilitate Analysis by Citizen Scientists
Duncan Bailey - MDI Biological Laboratory

Ethical Considerations in Developing the CitSci.org Citizen Science Platform
Stacy Lynn - CitSci.org; Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory; Colorado State University

Using SalesForce to Build a Volunteer Force: Lessons and Best Practices
Victoria Ortiz - Adventure Scientists

A Platform to Conduct Collective Experimentation in Open Scenarios
Julian Vicens - Universitat Rovira i Virgili

From Citizen Science to Consulting: Stumbling into a Market for Your Project
Jon Van Oast - Wild Me

Water Reporter - Experience, Capture, Share
John Dawes - Chesapeake Commons

WikiWatershed(R) toolkit for supporting watershed science and management
Anthony Aufdenkampe, Ph.D. - Limno Tech

NE Ohio ParkApps: Development of a mobile app as a method of encouraging informal science learning
Julia M. Geschke - Cleveland Metroparks 

Natusfera, a Citizen Science Platform to Empower Local Collectives for Environmental Monitoring
Jaume Piera - ICM-CSIC


Thursday May 18, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Ballroom

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