You are invited to a free webinar. Noon EST on 31 January 2019, with Chris Santos-Lang
This webinar is a practical how-to demonstrating some of the latest technologies developed to satisfy the transparency principles in the European Citizen Science Association’s Ten Principles of Citizen Science and the DIYbio Codes of Ethics. It will demonstrate two free solutions as examples: One is the Open Science Framework and the other is a homespun mixture of Google Drive, Google Sites, and FigShare. Both solutions leverage PubPeer, Creative Commons licenses, and research standards. This webinar also introduces the “APRICOT” mnemonic to map the range of transparency failures, and discusses the concerns that drive current negotiations between transparency and privacy.
It is part of a series developed by the Ethics Working Group of the Citizen Science Association (CSA). Previous webinars have been recorded:
- 13 September 2018 Citizen Science Ethics 101, Chris Santos-Lang
- 30 November 2018 Situation Assessment and Stakeholder Analysis for Citizen Science, Stacy Lynn
- May 2019: Ethics Review, Camille Nebeker
Posted on: January 31, 2019 | Category: Ethics Working Group