Webinars

AAPS webinars elevate best practices, introduce new tools and technologies, or address complex issues impacting the participatory sciences. Webinars are hosted in conjunction with working groups, organizational affiliates, or partner organizations. Find a full archive of past webinars on the AAPS YouTube Channel.

See playlist below for past webinars (more videos available by under dropdown in top right corner).

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  • Incorporate Citizen Science in Your Higher Ed Course June 23, 2020 - Thinking about adding a citizen science component to your higher ed course? The following videos may help get you started. These events were designed to help you as you think about creating online or face-to-face learning experiences for undergraduates and offer tangible tips for incorporating citizen science into any curriculum. University faculty from a variety… ...
  • Using Citizen Science in Higher Education May 4, 2020 - CSA is hosting a series of events to support educators using citizen science in higher education. These events are designed to help you as you think about creating online or face-to-face learning experiences for undergraduates and connect you to a community of others doing the same. Each event is hosted by university faculty from around… ...
  • Webinar: Balancing Citizen Science Data Collection Needs and Privacy Protections January 9, 2020 - Date: Friday, January 24, 2019, from 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM ESTRegister here: http://bit.ly/CSAwebinarPrivacy  The Law and Policy Working Group will be presenting another webinar in their ongoing series. This webinar will focus on privacy and citizen science. Privacy discussions tend to revolve around the implications of passive collection of individuals’ data. What is often… ...
  • Water Quality Monitoring Webinars January 7, 2020 - CSA will be hosting two webinars this month for the National Water Quality Monitoring Council. It was with great sadness that the Advisory Committee for Water Information (a Federal Advisory Committee Act entity) was moved to administrative inactive status until further notice, which included the National Water Quality Monitoring Council (Council). The Council, which existed… ...
  • Citizen Science Month Webinar December 30, 2019 - How do we get potential citizen science contributors (the public) more comfortable with participating in real science projects when they have not ‘done’ science since high school, and even then, in a controlled environment? What is important for certain communities, or the general public, to know about your studies, and how can you create mutually… ...