[ESIP-all] AGU Ed Session on Citizen Science - ED018

Annette Schloss Annette.Schloss at unh.edu
Mon Jul 23 12:20:41 EDT 2012

Hi Everyone,

 please consider contributing an abstract to my AGU education session on citizen science.  After a wonderful ESIP meeting, I think there are many of you that are working in this area.   We are especially excited about and interested in any mobile technologies as well as other aspects of successful citizen science (and lessons learned)!

Session Information -- If you do submit an abstract, check the session number as there are other session with similar titles (-:
This one is co-convened by myself and Sandra Henderson at NEON and Project Budburst:
ED018: Engaging the Public in Geoscience Research

This session will focus on best practices and lessons learned from successful citizen science programs that promote greater understanding of geoscience content and protocols through participation. Submissions that address planning, marketing, recruiting, retention, web site design, data entry, data quality control, coordination and management, project evaluation, and final reporting back to participants are encouraged. Abstracts are encouraged that represent the diversity of participants found in citizen science projects including K-12 school groups, informal science centers, individuals, communities, universities, and laboratories. Special consideration will be given to abstracts that utilize mobile technologies to collect and report data.

hope to see you at AGU!
-Annette Schloss

Dr. Annette L. Schloss
Earth Systems Research Center
8 College Rd.
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824
ph: 603-862-0348
fax: 603-862-0188
email: annette.schloss at unh.edu


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