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D4.2 White paper of the themes, objectives, and participants in CS activities

White paper of the themes, objectives, and participants in CS activities.

D1.1–Framework Conceptual Model

Provides the foundation for developing the different methods of the project in conjunctions with WP2, WP3, and WP4. It will contain the scientific and methodological context for the project compiled through expert interviews and a rigorous survey of literature and projects and provides the project with metrics to support the analytic approaches, including a categorization of activities (WP2, WP3, and WP5) [M12] (WLW, RIAS, JYU)

D5.2 First publication of the e-magazine

First publication of the e-magazine. The first publication of the e-magazine is made at M13. As of this month, information will be periodically published based on the contents produced in the project and the community's interests expressed in the platform. [electronic resource, continuously updated]

D3.1 Specification of web-based analytics methods and tools

D3.1 Specification of web-based analytics methods and tools [end of M8] Result of T3.1 (a document)

D6.5 – Community of Interest support plan

Community of Interest support plan [Description of how the Community of Interest is being developed and supported in collaboration with WP5, target numbers and activities for period M15- M36)]

D7.1 Data management plan

"To be prepared as per EC guidelines, and adjusted/updated along the project as needed. See also ""A note on the participation in the Research Data Pilot"" at the end of section 3.1."

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Using Network Analysis to Characterize Participation and Interaction in a Citizen Science Online Community

Author(s): Ishari Amarasinghe; Sven Manske; H. Ulrich Hoppe; Patricia Santos; Davinia Hernández-Leo
Published in: Collaboration Technologies and Social Computing, 27th International Conference, CollabTech 2021, Virtual Event, August 31 – September 3, 2021, Proceedings, 2021, ISBN 978-3-030-85071-5
Publisher: Springer Link
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5493684