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NEWSERA - Effectiveness of science communication in Citizen Science projects (Deliverable 2.3)

Authors: Sanz-García, F.; Pelacho, M.; Ferrer, A.;

NEWSERA - Effectiveness of science communication in Citizen Science projects (Deliverable 2.3)

Abstract

This deliverable corresponds to results obtained from Task T2.3 on Effectiveness and perception of science communication in EU citizen science projects. The development of this task consisted of carrying out an initial assessment of the communication channels and strategies used in citizen science (CS) projects, as well as the quality and effectiveness of science communication. In addition, the main barriers and challenges for quadruple helix stakeholders were also co-identified through co-creative methodologies. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 873125

WP2: Analysis of Citizen Science as a Science Communication Tool. D2.3: Effectiveness of science communication in EU citizen science projects

Keywords

Communication channels, Citizen Science, Indicators, Strategies, Science Communication, NEWSERA

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