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StepChange contribution to issue #54 of the fteval Journal for Research and Technology Policy Evaluation

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Rough Guide to Citizen Engagement in Public Libraries

Step Change Mutual Learning Exercises

Marschalek, ilseDall, ElkeSiller, Carmen

The Step Change consortium presented and discussed (together with external experts Sonja Bjelobaba representing BRIDGE project and Dorothea Sturn and Stefanie Schürz representing ProEthics) the key takeaways from the work on its “Citizen Science Initiatives” (CSIs) in regard to the “Ethical issues” during the project activities.

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Siller, CarmenMarschalek, ilseDall, Elke

The Step Change consortium presented and discussed (together with external experts Xavier Basagaña from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health representing the CitieS-Health project, and Suvodeep Mazumdar from Sheffield University, representing the ECSA working group “Projects, Data, Tools and Technology”) the key takeaways from the work on its “Citizen Science Initiatives” (CSIs) in regard to “Data Collection” during the project activities.

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Dall, ElkeSiller, CarmenMarschalek, ilse

The consortium of Step Change presented and discussed the main lessons learned during the work on its “Citizen Science Initiatives” (CSIs) in relation to the “Recruitment of Citizen Scientists and other relevant stakeholders” together with external experts Giovanni Maccani representing WeCount project, Rosa Arias representing D-NOSES and NEWSERA projects and Alex Amo representing COS4CLOUD project.

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Gurgurovci, S., Marschalek, . ilse ., & Dall, E.

The Step Change consortium presented and discussed (together with external experts Barbara Smetschka from the Institute of Social Ecology in Austria and Djoera Eerland from the “Buurkracht” in the Netherlands) the key takeaways from the work on its “Citizen Science Initiatives” (CSIs) in regard to “Multi-/ Inter- and Trans-disciplinary Collaborations” during the project activities.

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