Are you facing specific challenges in your citizen science work? Would you like an opportunity to share difficulties and feedback? Do you feel you would benefit from some insight from colleagues across Europe?

The Citizen Science Clinic is an online workshop series specially designed to share challenges and ideas for your citizen science work. Each workshop first focuses on one person’s situation. The session is closely facilitated to ensure everyone has a chance to listen and share ideas in a non-judgmental space. After exploring one persons’s challenge, we zoom out to discuss the broader context and how we can all apply these findings to our work.

The second citizen science clinic, focusing on ethics, will take place through Zoom on Tuesday, April 26th, 16:00-17:00 CET.

The link will be sent to you after your registration, for which you can use this form.

If you’re facing a challenge in your citizen science work that you’d like to share in one of the clinics, and where you think input from European colleagues could be helpful, feel free to send an e-mail to floor.keersmaekers@vub.be with a short description (what is the challenge you face, and what have you already tried?). We will get back to you to let you know whether your challenge has been selected for one of our next clinics!

The Citizen Science Clinic is hosted by VUB’s Science Outreach Office and Stickydot.

The next clinic will be on June 7th. Do you want to be informed about the topics and registrations? Please notify floor.keersmaekers@vub.be