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University College London's Extreme Citizen Science research group (UCL ExCiteS) is experimenting with ways to incorporate the most marginalized communities into participatory citizen science activities through which they can share their indigenous knowledge. The group works with communities at the extremes of the globalized world--both because of… (More)
With this poster we announce the imminent release of <i>Sapelli</i>, a new mobile data collection and sharing platform designed with a particular focus on non-literate and illiterate users.
Providing indigenous communities with ICT tools and methods for collecting and sharing their Traditional Ecological Knowledge is increasingly recognised as an avenue for improvements in environmental governance and social-environmental justice. In this paper we show how we carried out a usability engineering effort in the "wild" context of the Congolese… (More)