20 February 2014 - 22 February 2014
On the first day, Leo Bottril will give a presentation at the Royal Geographical Society on the ongoing citizen science activities currently underway in the NORAD-funded Forest DRC project.
On day two, an overview of the Geo-Wiki project and the Cropland Capture game will be presented by IIASA researcher Linda See as part of a session on different citizen science projects. This will provide an opportunity to exchange best practice with some of the most successful examples of citizen science currently happening. Geo-Wiki will also feature during a two-hour informal reception in which the general public are invited to learn more about ongoing citizen science projects. The public will have a chance to try out Geo-Wiki and play our latest Cropland Capture game.
On day three, IIASA developer Mathias Karner will participate in the Hack Day and lend his mobile app development expertise to creating new solutions for citizen science.
Follow the event on #ccs14!
Last edited: 03 February 2014
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