The Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing Show & Tell – 24/11/2015

By |March 22nd, 2016|

  The Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing Show & Tell event took place in the Event Space of the National Museum of Scotland (NMS) on Tuesday 24 November 2015, from 13.00 to 16.30. It was one of the two events organized by our network (in partnership with the NMS) on the same day, the second one [...]

Video Summary – Engaging participants in biodiversity surveying with David Kilbey – Natural Apptitude

By |November 3rd, 2015|

A brief interview with David Kilbey from Natural Apptitude, a company that works with researchers and organisations to engage the public with data collection, through the design of apps and websites, and the support of crowdsourcing projects in the field of biodiversity. Dave visited Edinburgh to speak at the seminar on Citizen Science and the [...]

Interview with Nicola Osborne: developing and running citizen science projects

By |October 28th, 2015|

Nicola Osborne, of EDINA, talks about her experiences and insights from working on developing citizen science projects and platforms, notably in the field of environment and biodiversity.  

Special Event: Missing Maps: Navigating Humanitarianism, Aid and International Development

By |October 22nd, 2015|

October 1st 2015 Members of the Network, Dr Jamie Cross and Dr William Mackaness  presented a special event as part of the Edinburgh University Global Development Academy Lecture series and the State of the Map Scotland Conference. This event was a international public conference on maps, mapping and humanitarianism in collaboration with OpenStreetMap and [...]