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Citizen Science Terminology Matters: Exploring Key Terms
Much can be at stake depending on the choice of words used to describe citizen science, because terminology impacts how knowledge is developed. Citizen science is a quickly evolving field that isExpand
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Opinion: Toward an international definition of citizen science
Public participation in scientific projects is flourishing globally as part of projects labeled “citizen science” (CS). Already, a number of professional networks for CS stakeholders have beenExpand
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The threefold potential of environmental citizen science - Generating knowledge, creating learning opportunities and enabling civic participation
Abstract Citizen science offers significant innovation potential in science, society and policy. To foster environmental and conservation goals, citizen science can (i) generate new knowledge, (ii)Expand
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The Vienna Principles: A Vision for Scholarly Communication in the 21st Century
Zur Zeit gibt es starke Bemuhungen, die offensichtlichen Defizite des wissenschaftlichen Kommunikationssystems zu beheben. Open Science hat das Potenzial, die Produktion und Verbreitung vonExpand
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ECSA's Characteristics of Citizen Science
This document attempts to represent a wide range of opinions in an inclusive way, to allow for different types of projects and programmes, where context-specific criteria can be set.TheExpand
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Peer-reviewed publishing of results from Citizen Science projects
Citizen science (CS) terms the active participation of the general public in scientific research activities. With increasing amounts of information generated by citizen scientists, best practices toExpand
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Occurrence of the invasive Spanish slug in gardens: can a citizen science approach help deciphering underlying factors?
BackgroundThe Spanish slug (Arion vulgaris, also known as A. lusitanicus) is considered one of the most invasive species in agriculture, horticulture and private gardens all over Europe. AlthoughExpand
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Correction: Citizen Science Terminology Matters: Exploring Key Terms
This article details a correction to the article: Eitzel, M.V. et al., (2017). Citizen Science Terminology Matters: Exploring Key Terms. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice. 2(1), p.1. DOI:Expand
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