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GLOBE Partners Elevate Citizen Science at CitSciVirtual and NASA CitSciCon
The GLOBE Program was launched on Earth Day, 1994 providing “students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to meaningfully contribute to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment” (GLOBE, n.d.). As such, GLOBE is one of the first citizen science programs in the country. GLOBE Partners and community members continue to elevate this work every day. In the spring of 2021, 13 presentations were given by GLOBE Partners at the CitSciVirtual conference and the NASA CitSciCon. BRAVO contributors!
Using GIS to Create and Monitor Citizen Science Projects
Authors: Lori Delacruz Lewis (Dallas College), Kelly Albus (University of North Texas), Brittney Beck (California State University, Bakersfield), Michael Jabot (SUNY Fredonia)
Designing Citizen and Community Science Programs and Classroom Participation for Data Literacy Outcomes
Authors: Sean O’Connor (BSCS Science Learning), Anne Lewis (South Dakota Discovery Center), Kelly L. O’Donnell (Macaulay Honors College, CUNY), Michael Jabot (State University of New York at Fredonia), Tara Jo Holmberg (Northwestern Connecticut Community College), Sarah Jones (Budburst – a project of the Chicago Botanic Garden), Ryan Collay (Retired Oregon State University Faculty)
Get It Together: Data Collaborations from Singular to Systems
Authors: Peder Nelson (Oregon State University), Heather Fischer (Oregon State University), Michael Jabot (State University of New York at Fredonia)
Broadening Participation in Citizen and Community Science through a Storytelling-based Learning Cycle
Authors: Katie Spellman (University of Alaska Fairbanks), Christine Villano (CV Education), Elena Sparrow (University of Alaska Fairbanks), Douglas Cost (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
Using Phenomenon-Based Bundles Through The GLOBE Program To Facilitate Student Research Projects
Authors: Kevin Czajkowski (University of Toledo), Christi Buffington (University of Alaska – Fairbanks), David Padgett (Tennessee State University), David Bydlowski (Wayne Regional Education Service Agency), Jennifer Bourgeault (US GLOBE Office)
Hearts in the Ice and Resilience Through Extreme Citizen Science: Building Skills With Explorers, Educators, and Scientists to Empower Change in an Uncertain World
Authors: Elizabeth MacDonald (Aurorasaurus/NASA), Allison Cusick (FjordPhyto/Scripps Institute of Oceanography), Laura Brandt (Aurorasaurus/NASA/New Mexico Consortium). Full list includes: Kim Holmen or Jon Aars, Norwegian Polar Institute; Arek Saczuk, BCIT, drone imaging; Marile Colon Robles, GLOBE/NASA; Verena Meraldi, Hurtigruten; Joe Grabowski, Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants YouTube educational platform; Sven Sundgaard, meteorologist; Polar Citizen Science Collective representatives
Supporting Equitable Access to Robust High School Research Experiences: The Role Of NASA investments in Citizen Science
Authors: Russanne Low PhD, Cassie Soeffing, and Theresa Schwerin, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Arlington VA; Peder V. Nelson, Oregon State University, Corvalis OR
Always on the Frontlines: HBCUs Engaging in Citizen Science and Community Science.
Authors: Na'Taki Osborne Jelks, Spelman College; Mark Barnes, Morgan State University; Russell Smith, Winston-Salem University; David Padgett, Tennessee State University
NASA Citizen Science @ My School
Authors: Patrick Miller, Professor at Hardin-Simmons University; Marilé Colón Robles, NASA GLOBE Clouds Project Scientist; Amy Padolf, Director of Education, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Citizen Science Near You
Authors: GLOBE Observer Scientist Holli Kohl; GLOBE Observer-Trees Scientist Brian Campbell; Air Quality Citizen Science Scientist Prakash Doraiswamy
CitSci Lifelong Learning
Authors: GLOBE Program Scientist Russanne Low; GLOBE Observer Mosquito Habitat Mapper
Scientist Dorian Janney; Backyard Worlds: Planet 9; Snapshot Wisconsin
Leading Discovery: Volunteers in their own Voices
Authors: Numerous GLOBE partners and teachers.
Diving Deeper: What's next after your citizen science project experience?
Authors: GLOBE Program Scientist Jessica Taylor, NASA Langley Research Center