The EU-Citizen.Science project is supporting the development of citizen science across Europe by creating a central platform for sharing knowledge, initiating action and supporting mutual learning.
The EU-Citizen.Science consortium consists of 14 partners and 9 third parties from across 14 European member states, as well as other project supporters. We represent a variety of stakeholders that are active in citizen science, including universities, non-governmental organisations, local authorities, community service organisations and museums.
The platform will be ready in spring 2020 and all the project partners are already contributing to this process. ECSA is collecting people's feedback to co-design the platform with anyone interested or involved in citizen science. A survey will soon be available on our website and you will all be warmly invited to fill it in and share your expectations. Amongst other ongoing tasks, we have IIASA defining selection criteria for the best practice examples that will be available on the platform, whereas UCL is assessing the training needs for its future users. In the meantime, anyone is welcome to reach out and share ideas by email or through our social media channels.
In this repository, you will find all of the submitted deliverables, outputs, reports and publications of the EU-Citizen.Science project.
The EU-Citizen.Science project is building the central platform for citizen science in Europe. It will be a place to share useful resources about citizen science, including tools and guidelines, best practices and training modules. This will make citizen science knowledge created in Europe accessible to all and enable people to initiate their own activities. It will also enable anyone involved with or interested in citizen science to learn more and get involved.Read more
All uploads to this community have been generated by the EU-Citizen.Science consortium over the course of the EC Horizon 2020 funded project (Grant agreement No. 824580)