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Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience   13 nov 2012
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Mobile learning in citizen cyberscience 13 nov 2012

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Presentation to the Mobile Learning MeetUp on December 13th, 2012 - introducing the Citizen Cyberlab project, and how we are studying learning & creativity in participatory and collaborative science

Presentation to the Mobile Learning MeetUp on December 13th, 2012 - introducing the Citizen Cyberlab project, and how we are studying learning & creativity in participatory and collaborative science

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  • 1. @MobileMaggie  http://www.slideshare.net/MobileMaggie
  • 2. • 5 years of events• 2,000+ community• 600+ attendees• 36 hours of mobiledevelopment• 50 workshops• 25-30 entries in theHack Day
  • 3. Innova.on  Consul.ng  
  • 4. An idea-to-launch advisory servicefor the collaborative development of mobile products & platforms.
  • 5. a 3-year project tobuild Tools & study Creativity & Platforms Learning for citizen cyberscience
  • 6. Citizen science is scientificresearch conducted, in whole or in part, by amateur or nonprofessional scientists, often by crowdsourcing. c
  • 7. Ci.zen  science  yields  SERIOUS  RESULTS   Provided data for dozens of peer- reviewed papers Showed that birds migrate closer to poles due to global warming Discovered cocaine & hormones in Puget Sound drinking water
  • 8. Recording colors of backyard snailshells to help determine if they’rechanged with our warming climate.Analyzing wild algae species for theirpotential to produce biofuels.Building affordable satellites formissions in atmospheric physics tomicrogravity experiments.
  • 9. Citizen Cyberscience makes use oftechnology tools and platforms, such as PCs and mobile phones, to empower crowd-sourced scientific research
  • 10. Volunteer  Compu.ng  Climatepredic.on.net  
  • 11. Distributed  Intelligence   www.galaxyzoo.org  
  • 12. Par.cipatory  Science   www.epicollect.net  
  • 13. Collabora.ve  Science  hHp://www.ucl.ac.uk/silva/excites  
  • 14. Community Engagement1.  Grass Roots awareness of Citizen Science2.  Participation in Pilot Projects3.  Participation in Tool Design4.  Designing and launching new Projects5.  Designing and building new Tools6.  Becoming funding or sponsorship Partners of the Citizen CyberLab
  • 15. Creativity & Learning1.  Motivation2.  Engagement3.  Gamification4.  Learning-by-doing5.  Quantifying learning6.  Collaborative problem-solving
  • 16. First Initiatives1.  The CCC Website2.  Citizen Science MeetUps Everywhere3.  Facebook4.  Twitter5.  4 Pilot Projects
  • 17. www.citizencyberlab.com margaret@tmc.bzhttp://www.slideshare.net/ MobileMaggie

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