Recordings of our main conference sessions are available on Aarhus University's YouTube channel.
Monday, 25 April 2022: Welcome and Opening Keynote. This first session of the Engaging Citizen Science Conference included the formal welcome by Dean Kristian Pedersen (Aarhus University) and the Opening Keynote by Professor Heidi Ballard (UC Davis): “Engagement and learning through Community and Citizen Science: Why, how and the evidence of outcomes”.
Tuesday, 26 April 2022: Communities in Citizen Science Panel Session. This conference session focused on introducing the concept of Community and Citizen Science (CCS), as well as sharing experiences with different forms of collaboration between communities in different types of citizen science projects. Panelists: Heidi Ballard (UC Davis), Muki Haklay (UCL), Ida Theilade (University of Copenhagen), Michael Køie Poulsen (NORDECO), Rikke Magnussen (Convener, University of Aalborg).
Tuesday, 26 April 2022: Final Keynote, Interactive Keynote Speakers Debate, and Poster Prizes. This final session of the Engaging Citizen Science Conference included the Final Keynote by Professor Dick Kasperowski (University of Gothenburg): “Scientific and civic engagements in citizen science: Time to talk about societal effects?”; the Keynote Speakers Interactive Debate with Heidi Ballard (UC Davis) and Dick Kasperowski (University of Gothenburg), facilitated by Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen (Aarhus University); and the Poster Prize Ceremony.
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Exploring CrowdBots: a new evolutionary pathway for Citizen Science projects (Pietro Michelucci & Laura Onac, Human Computation Institute)
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Sensing for Justice blog also with summary of their roundtable