WEBSITE: WeObserve marketplace contains several openly accessible data sets produced by LandSense, Ground Truth 2.0, Scent and Grow projects. This website concentrates the work done by thousands of citizens during the duration of the project activities.
VIDEO: Creative Commons: Wanna work together in the Creative Commons website illustrates the need for open licences. In the website, CC licenses are described and can be selected based on the need to provide attribution, allow commercial use, permit derivative works, etc.
REPORT: The “OGC Citizen Science Interoperability Experiment Engineering Report” describes the first phase of the Citizen Science (CS) Interoperability Experiment (IE) organised by the WeObserve Interop CoP and provides examples on data sharing standards applied to Citizen Observatories.
FAIRsharing: FAIRsharing is a community-driven resource with a growing number of users, adopters, collaborators and activities, all working to enable the FAIR Principles and to make Standards, Knowledge Bases, Repositories and Data Policies FAIR.