NEWSERA at the Engaging Citizen Science Conference in Aarhus
25 April 2022 - 26 April 2022
All Day CEST
Conference Centre at Aarhus University (Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4 - Aarhus)
Join us in Aarhus on April 25 and 26 for the Engaging Citizen Science Conference!
The event, taking place this year in person at the Conference Centre at Aarhus University, promotes knowledge sharing among the citizen science community. The aim of the conference is “to engage citizen science researchers, practitioners, and citizens in sharing research, ideas, and innovations in order to make the field thrive and expand”.
The conference’s programme includes workshops, dialogue roundtables, posters, and demos from many areas of research.
NEWSERA Partners are holding three events during the festival:
Re-thinking Science Communication to increase Citizen Science Projects’ engagement (Poster)
When: April 25th 15:30-17:30
With: Leire Leguina, Ana Elorza, Izaskun Lacunza (FECYT), Joana Magalhães, Rosa Arias (Science for Change), Lisa Lazzarato, Elisabetta Tola (Formicablu), Inês Navalhas, Cristina Luís (FC.ID)
Defining citizen science communication strategies to engage citizens – NEWSERA Lab (Poster)
When: April 25th, 15:30-17:30
With: Joana Magalhães, Blanca Guasch, Rosa Arias (Science for Change), Cristina Luís (FC.ID)
Keeping participants engaged in citizen science projects: the role of science communication strategies (Dialogue roundtable)
When: April 26th, 13:30-15:00
With: Cristina Luís, Inês Navalhas, Esther Marín-González (FC.ID), Joana Magalhães, Rosa Arias (Science for Change), Paolo Giardullo (Unipd)
Read the full programme on the Conference’s website
More about the Engaging Citizen Science Conference
The Engaging Citizen Science Conference is sponsored by the Novo Nordisk Foundation and Aalborg University. It invites all citizen science stakeholders to come together to showcase how engaging citizen science can be.
Citizen science in fact can help boosting scientific research, increasing public participation in scientific research, and empowering citizens in their everyday life. With roots in amateur science and participatory democracy, citizen science is rapidly developing and including innovative approaches, to promote and sustain participation and empowerment.
The Conference is preceded by the Open Citizens’ Day on April 24, supported by the Danish Science Festival. On this day, the public is invited to actively participate in citizen science projects, trying out different types of projects, and be able to meet and talk to the researchers behind the projects.