by National Science Foundation, Office of Science and Society in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Contributions||National Science Foundation (U.S.). Office of Science and Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
As the title indicates, the book focuses on environmental (primarily biological) citizen science projects, but many of the key concepts are still relevant to people using citizen science in other fields. About half of the authors are from Cornell, so there is a definite species bias, but there are examples from plant and insect projects as well. It is a very nice hard cover edition of Science for the Citizen and in excellent condition. However it was published in the 30s and doesn't have some of the more modern results/5(3). A citizen science project can involve one person or millions of people collaborating towards a common goal. It is an excellent option for anyone looking for ways to get involved and make a difference. The Field Guide to Citizen Science, from the expert team at SciStarter, provides everything you need to get started. You’ll learn what citizen science is, how to succeed and stay motivated when you’re /5(6). Citizen Science: Be a Part of Scientific Discovery from Your Own Backyard by Loree Griffin Burns. Get started with simple, flagship citizen science projects through Audubon, FrogWatch USA and more. Follow the Moon Home: A Tale of One Idea, Twenty Kids, and A Hundred Sea Turtles by Phillipe : Sarah Aadland.
Citizen Scientists: Be a Part of Scientific Discovery from Your Own Backyard by Loree Griffin Burns and Ellen Harasimowicz, Citizen Science: 15 Lessons That Bring Biology to Life, by Nancy M. Trautmann and Jennifer Fee, Citizen Science Guide for Families: Taking Part in Real Science by Greg Landgraf, Bat Count: A Citizen. Meanwhile, citizens may find themselves labelled as `ignorant' in environmental matters. In Citizen Science Alan Irwin provides a much needed route through the fraught relationship between science, the public and the environmental by: Part I of Be the Change: Saving the World with Citizen Science will show you what citizen science is, how important it is, and why we need more of it. You will also find out how it can personally benefit you, how you can get involved, and what it might mean to you if you did. Explore Projects. This searchable database provides a government-wide listing of citizen science and crowdsourcing projects designed to improve cross-agency collaboration, reveal opportunities for new high-impact projects, and make it easier for volunteers to find out about projects they can join.
Written in an informative and easy-to-follow style, Science for Seniors gives basic science information and hands-on programs that activity directors or therapists can use with seniors of all intellectual and physical abilities. Some of the topics covered in the book are volcanoes, oceans, global warming, rain forests, and outer space/5(5). The Science for Seniors book is the First Place Winner of NCCAP Best Practice Award. The book includes over a year of research, and includes more than 50 easy-to . Area of Learning: SCIENCE — Science for Citizens Grade 11 BIG IDEAS Science informs our decisions and impacts our daily lives. Science has everyday uses and safety implications in the workplace. Science helps explain how natural changes and human choices affect global Size: KB. It is clear why so many articles and books on the topics of science and technology studies, public understanding of science, and citizen science cite this book. However, in terms of argumentation, I have to give the work just two stars - the composite total means 3 stars In terms of content, and as a foundational book in studies of "citizen /5.