This blogpost is the second part of the blogpost Crisis Mapping By Affected Agro-Pastoralists in 🇪🇹 Ethiopia: Crowdsourcing for Food … More
Category: Human-Computer Interaction
Crisis Mapping By Affected Agro-Pastoralists in Ethiopia: Crowdsourcing for Food Security?🇪🇹
In the Lower Omo Valley in Ethiopia, a food security crisis is unfolding. According to the Famine Early Warning Systems … More
WEBINAR: Whose land? Whose map? Land use mapping by land users in the Digital Earth era.
*Recording and slides are available here. This Webinar is part of the ongoing PhD project titled: Whose land? Whose map? … More
Learn about Extreme Citizen Science from our StoryMap
What if science and society deployed themselves inside one single dynamic adventure?
Running London-based experiments for Intelligent Maps – The difficulties of participant recruitment
Extreme Citizen Science is a philosophy of situated bottom-up initiatives and local practices which take into account local needs, practices … More
Learning DIY glow-worm making
“Learning by teaching”, a reflection on running a DIY Arduino glow-worm-making workshop.
New project: WeGovNow! – citizen engagement in local government
Today, we’re starting a new research project, in which we will work closely with our social enterprise ‘Mapping for Change‘. … More
Back to the Field – interdisciplinary research in the Congo
Take one computer scientist, one geographer, one anthropologist, two quadcopter drones and eight Android smartphones to the Congo for a … More
Motivations and Engagement in Citizen Science by Dr. Charlene Jennett
Motivations and Engagement in Citizen Science Post by Dr. Charlene Jennett One of our goals in Citizen Cyberlab is to … More
RE: I had an Arduino evening | A conversation about the meaning of DIY
Subject: I had an Arduino evening From: Asako To: Cindy Cindy! Hooray, my Arduino did the blinking!! and the light turned on when … More