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  • Citizen Cyberscience Summit App

    Gather and Siine have contributed a Citizen Cyberscience Summit mobile app, where you can share  ideas,  suggestions, and feedback. You can get it here. And check out the Gather challenge at the hack day on Saturday. .show-links{text-decoration:underline;}   Tweet !function(d,s,id){var j...

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  • Summit Proceedings

    Please note: submission details will be posted on the proceedings page. Dear CCS14 Participants, Citizen Science is supposed to be about citizens doing science, not academics publishing papers. Nevertheless, in a concession to the academic world that makes events like CCS14 possible, we are glad to ...

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  • Here’s a taste of what’s to come…

    We’re getting excited about the 3rd Citizen Cyberscience Summit, which is now just around the corner! And there is lots to be excited about. Here’s a little taste of what’s in store:   listen to ‘Citizen Cyberscience Summit – a preview’ on Audioboo //

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  • Nature Article: Computer sharing loses momentum

    Computer sharing loses momentum Competition and education needed to keep people engaged. by Nicola Jones 04 February 2014 Project Noah/Dan Doucette Some contributors to citizen-science initiatives, such as Project Noah, sport a tattoo of the project’s logo.  The family of ‘@home’ vol...

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  • UNITAR is calling out for Volunteers

    UNITAR is calling out for Volunteers at the Cyberscience Summit Hack Day Do you have expertise in a field such as engineering, medicine, agriculture/environment, geography, disaster management, or the social sciences? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help us develop crowdso...

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  • UCL Mapping for Change Hackathon

    Following on from the Summit, UCL will be hosting a 3 day Hackthon from the 24th to the 26th of February. Community Maps, developed by Mapping for Change and UCL, is a mapping platform that allows many to map what interests them and be a part of the decision making process. From mapping dog fouling ...

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  • The 2014 Programme is Live

    The Citizen Cyberscience Summit programme is now available and there’s something for everyone. Our varied and eclectic 3 day programme covers everything from policy to DIY approaches. Whether you’re a citizen scientist, practitioner, developer or policy maker, there is something in our programme...

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  • Announcing the 2014 Summit

    Following the successful Citizen Cyberscience Summits in 2010 and 2012, we are pleased to announce the 2014 Summit. During the summit, there will be an opportunity to present short papers, run panels, organise workshops or provide showcase demonstrations. We would like to invite anyone interested in...

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