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|Title:||Defining principles for mobile apps and platforms development in citizen science|
|Authors:||STURM ULRIKE; SCHADE SVEN; CECCARONI LUIGI; GOLD MARGARET; KYBA CHRISTOPHER; CLARAMUNT BERNAT; HAKLAY MUKI; KASPEROWSKI DICK; ALBERT ALEXANDRA; PIERA JAUME; BRIER JONATHAN; KULLENBERG CHRISTOPHER; LUNA SOLEDAD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Mobile apps and web-based platforms are increasingly used in citizen science projects. While extensive research has been done in multiple areas of studies, from Human-Computer Interaction to public engagement in science, we are not aware of a collection of recommendations specific for citizen science that provides support and advice for planning, design and data management of mobile apps and platforms that will assist learning from best practice and successful implementations. In two workshops, citizen science practitioners with experience in mobile application and web-platform development and implementation came together to analyse, discuss and define recommendations for the initiators of technology based citizen science projects. Many of the recommendations produced during the two workshops are applicable to non-mobile citizen science project. Therefore, we propose to closely connect the results presented here with ECSA’s Ten Principles of Citizen Science.|
|JRC Directorate:||Growth and Innovation|
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