This deliverable presents a framework for the optimum method of applying ECSA’s (European Citizen Science Association) ten principles of citizen science engagement for quality assurance in ethical and inclusive citizen science engagement in the CSI-COP project for the purposes of investigating the extent of online tracking.
Best approach to engage a diverse cohort of volunteers to collaborate as citizen scientists investigating cookies in websites and Android apps
Methodology for CSI-COP project: free, accessible informal education and practical training delivered through workshops (including virtual due to covid-19) and a MOOC.
|Short title||CSI-COP Framework|
|Effective start/end date||1/01/20 → 30/06/22|
- Coventry University
- University of Patras
- Association of Hungarian Women in Science
- Tilburg University
- University of Oulu
- Bar-Ilan University
- Czech Technical University in Prague (lead)
- Universitat de Barcelona
- Android devices
- citizen science
- data protection
- digital divide
- general data protection regulation
- human rights
- online tracking
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