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|Title:||Developing mobile applications for environmental and biodiversity citizen science: considerations and recommendations|
|Authors:||LUNA SOLEDAD; GOLD MARGARET; ALBERT ALEXANDRA; CECCARONI LUIGI; CLARAMUNT BERNAT; DANYLO OHLA; HAKLAY MUKI; KOTTMANN RENZO; KYBA CHRISTOPHER; PIERA JAUME; RADICCHI ANTONELLA; SCHADE SVEN; STURM ULRIKE|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The functionality available on modern `smartphone' mobile devices, along with mobile application software and access to the mobile web, have opened up a wide range of ways for volunteers to participate in environmental and biodiversity research by contributing wildlife and environmental observations, geospatial information, and other context-specific and time-bound data. This has brought about an increasing number of mobile phone based citizen science projects that are designed to access these device features (such as the camera, the microphone, and GPS location data), as well as to reach different user groups, over different project durations, and with different aims and goals. In this chapter we outline a number of key considerations when designing and developing mobile applications for citizen science, with regard to (1) interoperability and data standards, (2) participant centred design and agile development, (3) user interface & user experience design, and (4) motivational factors for participation.|
|JRC Directorate:||Growth and Innovation|
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