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Making Citizen Science Work – Innovation Management for Citizen Science

Title Making Citizen Science Work – Innovation Management for Citizen Science
Description This policy brief draws on a preliminary study that identifi ed the main operational archetypes of citizen science and DIY science projects, which we call “operational models” or “modes of operation”.
Author(s) WeObserve, DITOs
Source https://www.weobserve.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Making-Citizen-Science-Work-%E2%80%93-Innovation-mnagement-for-citizen-science.pdf
Language English
Keywords Citizen science; social innovation; archetypes
Audience Citizens and local communities (those that are already engaged or are interested in setting up a CO); NGOs and activists (civil society); Policy makers – at the local, national and international (EU) level; Research/academia; Similar projects at local and EU level; Networks (e.g. ECSA and COST Action)
Resource-Type Policy Brief – Text
Resource Theme Impact
Publisher ECSA, UCL
Publication date 30 March 2019
License Open Access
Resource identifier
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