Join us for presentations from Jessica Carr, Ian Kenny and Christothea Herodotou.
Monday 28th February, 13:00 – 15:00 (UK)
Link to Recording
Join us online for two presentations on Citizen Science from Jess Carr, Christothea Herodotou and Ian Kenny. Please contact openTEL for an invite.
Abstracts and Biographies
Presentation 1: Taking down the ‘elite’ – an inclusive and creative approach to citizen science, Jess Carr
All too often, sectors of society are marginalised based on the false beliefs that they are ‘hard to reach’. A term found in funder’s briefs, literature and used widely within the research community, it suggests that the fault for lack of engagement is due to the community’s ability to be reached. Yet, as our society begins to question inequalities, and fight back against them, the research community needs to ask whether it’s doing enough to remove this elitist and damaging concept.
In this presentation, I will discuss my PhD project entitled: ‘Can an inclusive approach meaningfully engage people with learning disabilities? Exploring capacity building for citizen science.’. In this project I worked with a local self-advocacy group Continue reading