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Alice Sheppard

Community Manager at UCL. Helping with Into the Night and DITOs.
Alice Sheppard has written 6 posts for Extreme Citizen Science blog

Event: Representation of the people in science – women in civic and citizen science

Update: Date of event is now Monday 19th March, not Monday 12th March. Explanation below. We’d like to invite you to a free event taking place at UCL on the evening of Monday 19th March. As part of the UCL Exhibition “Disruptors and Innovators: Journeys in gender equality at UCL”, we will host a panel … Continue reading

Being a jury member at LERU’s Citizen Science Summer School

(Reblogged from the DITOs website) Several years of running a thriving online citizen science community has turned out to bring many unexpected results a long time later – working with UCL ExCiteS and DITOs, for one. The most recent was a very glamorous chance to contribute to the LERU Summer School, whose focus this year was Citizen Science. LERU, the League of European … Continue reading

Presenting the DITOS Logic Model at the Citizen Science Association Conference

I’ve just got back from the States, where Muki and I attended the Citizen Science Association Conference 2017 in St Paul, Minnesota. It was a huge conference, taking over the top floor of the St Paul RiverCenter, a huge building opposite the Science Museum of Minnesota (which I strongly recommend visiting if you are nearby), … Continue reading

Interview the Researchers: What was “Into the Night”?

In the following paragraphs, two PhD students – Gianfranco Gliozzo and Pen-Yuan Hsing – and I will tell you about a project we’ve been doing called “Into the Night”. We also worked with Valentine, Adele, Muki and Emma, who didn’t get a chance to write this with us – you can read Valentine’s post about … Continue reading

A Citizen Science Training Day

On 2nd February, the “Into the Night” project organised a Citizen Science Training Day for early career researchers, particularly in ecology, to learn how to work with volunteers as part of their research. Continue reading

A Week of @IAmCitSci: Experience with citizen science, Galaxy Zoo, UCL ExCiteS, EyesOnAlz, forum moderation and more

Greetings! I’m Alice Sheppard, ExCiteS’s Community Manager, and I have been a citizen science volunteer for 9 years. I started back in July 2007 when Galaxy Zoo began and members of the public were asked to classify galaxies. The team got so many questions that they built a discussion forum, which I was asked to moderate … Continue reading

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