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Title Geographic citizen science design : no one left behind / edited by Artemis Skarlatidou and Muki Haklay.
Imprint London : UCL Press, 2021.

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Subject Science -- Citizen participation.
Science -- Citizen participation -- Case studies.
Science -- Geographic information systems.
Science -- Social aspects.
Alt Name Skarlatidou, Artemis,
Haklay, Mordechai,
Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations (colour)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Part I, Theoretical and methodological principles. Geographic citizen science: an overview ; Design and development of geographic citizen science: technological perspectives and considerations ; Design approaches and human-computer interaction methods to support user involvement in citizen science ; Methods in anthropology to support the design and implementation of geographic citizen science -- Part II, Interacting with geographic citizen science in the Global North. Geographic expertise and citizen science: planning and co-design implications ; Citizen science mobile apps for soundscape research and public space studies: lessons from the Hush City project ; Using mixed methods to enhance user experience: developing Global Forest Watch ; Path of least resistance: using geo-games and crowdsourced data to map cycling frictions ; Geographic citizen science in citizen-government communication and collaboration: lessons learned from the ImproveMyCity application -- Part III, Geographic citizen science with indigenous communities. Developing a referrals management tool with First Nations in Northern Canada: an iterative programming approach ; Lessons from recording Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the Congo Basin ; Co-designing extreme citizen science projects in Cameroon: biodiversity conservation led by local values and indigenous knowledge ; Community monitoring of illegal logging and forest resources using smartphones and the Prey Lang application in Cambodia ; Representing a fish for fishers: geographic citizen science in the Pantanal wetland, Brazil ; Digital technology in the jungle: a case study from the Brazilian Amazon ; Community mapping as a means and an end: how mapping helped Peruvian students explore gender equality -- Synthesis and Epilogue, Geographic citizen science design: No one left behind - an overview and synthesis of methodological, technological and interaction design recommendations.
ISBN 9781787356122 (electronic bk.)
1787356124 (electronic bk.)
1787356140
9781787356146
1787356132
9781787356139
OCLC # 1236435419
Additional Format Print version: GEOGRAPHIC CITIZEN SCIENCE DESIGN. [Place of publication not identified] : UCL PRESS, 2021 1787356140 (OCoLC)1191245395


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