Citizen Science in curricula

Citizen science is one of the pillars of Open Science, and an important one too. Citizen science is enjoying a boost by organisations, institutions, and the European Union, further emphasising how important it is for the future of science. CeOS_SE project results 5 focused on the long-term sustainability of citizen science, starting with the Higher […]

Lessons learned from the CeOS_SE partners’ training activities

One of the main deliverables of the PR3 package, led by University of Turin (UT), partner of the Erasmus+ project Citizen-enhanced Open Science in Southeastern Europe Higher Education, was the training activity combined with a Learning by doing activity to support a genuine experience of Citizen Science (CS) activity. CeOS_SE project makes an effort to […]

Mind the Gap. Why not involve research libraries in Citizen Science?

Since the League of European Research Libraries (LERU) in 2016 recommended that research institutions (where viable) establish a single point of contact for citizen science at research institutions a lot has happened. Or not… Although some services or ‘hubs’ have appeared, the gold rush of Citizen Science running storm against the ivory towers didn’t materialize. […]

Roadmap on CeOS in the Balkans

Open Science (OS) and Citizen Science (CS) are two distinct but related concepts that can significantly improve the quality of scientific and innovation outputs, whilst also promoting public engagement with science and technology, openness, and active citizenship.  By promoting transparency and collaboration, OS can help to reduce bias and improve the quality of scientific research […]

ULSIT and the implementation of Open Science

ULSIT is a boutique university that preserves spirituality – the documents of the past to pass on to the modern world for the future. This is our mission in modern science – open to people. Students have the unique opportunity to familiarize themselves with authentic documentary evidence and to use the publicly available databases built […]