New publication: Participatory citizen science

I've mentioned in the previous posts about the introduction and conclusions chapters in the book "Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy" and the chapter about citizen science in universities. The final chapter in the book that I would like to highlight is my chapter "participatory citizen science". As Rick Bonney pointed to me, on the face … Continue reading New publication: Participatory citizen science

New publication: Integrating citizen science into university

In addition to the introduction and conclusion chapters in the book "Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy", I have contributed to content chapters that are at the body of the book. Daniel Wyler, from the University of Zurich, led on the writing of the chapter "Integrating citizen science into university" and I … Continue reading New publication: Integrating citizen science into university

New publication: Citizen science to foster innovation in open science, society and policy

The previous post described the opening chapter of "Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Policy, Science and Society", which apart from the first 7 pages, is following a fairly standard pattern of introduction chapters - an overview of the sections and explaining the logic behind organising the chapters and the order that they appear, and description … Continue reading New publication: Citizen science to foster innovation in open science, society and policy

New publication: Innovation in open science, society and policy – setting the agenda for citizen science

As part of the editorial team of the book "Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Policy, Science and Society", I have contributed by working with the authors of chapters, organising the orders of the chapters, managing the peer review process, and so on. In addition, I was involved in the writing to 4 chapters out of … Continue reading New publication: Innovation in open science, society and policy – setting the agenda for citizen science

Citizen Science: Innovation in open science, society and policy – a new open access book!

Today marks the publication of the book "Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy". The book emerged from the first conference of the European Citizen Science Association in Berlin, in 2016. While the summary of the conference is available in a journal article in Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, the book is an … Continue reading Citizen Science: Innovation in open science, society and policy – a new open access book!

Chapter in Routledge Handbook of Mapping and Cartography – VGI and Beyond: From Data to Mapping

Hot on the heels of the Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice is the Routledge Handbook of Mapping and Cartography. The handbook was edited by Alex Kent (Canterbury Christ Church University) who is currently the President of the British Cartographic Society and Editor of The Cartographic Journal; and Peter Vujakovic (also from Canterbury Christ Church University) who edited The Cartographic … Continue reading Chapter in Routledge Handbook of Mapping and Cartography – VGI and Beyond: From Data to Mapping

Caren Cooper’s Citizen Science: How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery

Today, Caren Cooper new book Citizen Science: How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery is going on sale in the UK. The book has been out in the USA for about a year, and it is a good point to review it. The library of citizen science books is growing - there are the more … Continue reading Caren Cooper’s Citizen Science: How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery

Chapter in ‘Understanding Spatial Media’ on VGI & Citizen Science

The book 'Understanding Spatial Media' came out earlier this year. The project is the result of joint effort of the editors Rob Kitchin (NUI Maynooth, Ireland), Tracey P. Lauriault (Carleton University, Canada), and Matthew W. Wilson (University of Kentucky, USA). The book is filling the need to review and explain what happened in the part 20 years, with the increase use … Continue reading Chapter in ‘Understanding Spatial Media’ on VGI & Citizen Science

Citizen Science 2017 – workshops day and opening panel

The Citizen Science Association conference is held at the River Center in St Paul, Minnesota on 17th to 20th May. This post and the following ones are notes that were taken during the meeting in the sessions that I've attended. Wednesday was dedicated to workshops, and I joined the Citizen Science at College level workshop. Organised by Thomas … Continue reading Citizen Science 2017 – workshops day and opening panel

Suburban Urbanities: Suburbs and the Life of the High Street

The book 'Suburban Urbanities: Suburbs and the Life of the High Street' is launched today. It's open access and free for you to download and read. The book is edited by Laura Vaughan, who led two research projects in which I was involved as co-investigator. First, 'Towards Successful Suburban Town Centres' (2006-2009) and then 'Adaptable … Continue reading Suburban Urbanities: Suburbs and the Life of the High Street