This week, CHEST will be at the 1st International Conference of the European Citizen Science Association (ECSA), at the Kulturbrauerei venue, in Berlin. CHEST will be represented by EIPCM – Prof. Dr. Jasminko Novak will chair Session 6 on Friday 20th May at 14:00 (CET).
Citizen engagement and collective intelligence for participatory Digital Social Innovation: Opportunities and challenges for Citizen Science in solving everyday sustainability challenges.
To find out about the participants: http://www.chest-project.eu/chest-ecsa-1st-international-conference/
- Engaging citizens in online communities of scientific investigations. Maria Aristeidou (The Open University); Eileen Scanlon; Mike Sharples.
- Challenges of Online Engagement, Social Innovation and Societal Impact. Balint Balazs (ESSRG).
- Co-designing digital educational resources addressing sustainability issues for citizen science use. Maria Daskolia (University of Athens); Chronis Kynigos (Educational Technology Lab, University of Athens)
- Levels of engagement in citizen science projects for management of smart cities. Paweł Wyszomirski (Katowice).
The session will be held in the Lecture Hall Palais Atelier I. CHEST and EIPCM look forward to meeting you in Berlin!