Video: What we do for Citizen Science

Friday, 02 March 2018 18:20

For the current Give-Away of a free Citizen Science App on the SPOTTERON platform for Australia, we did a short introduction video about what we do for Citizen Science and about the traits of the platform itself.

Filmed in the Museum of Natural History in Vienna, Austria, Philipp Jonathan is providing a summary about the main aspects and features for all Citizen Science apps. Well sure, there is much more, which you can find in our section about SPOTTERON features here on this website - but if you want to get a first impression, check out this video clip:

(true to the principle of we do not track users, this video has been embedded with the enhanced privacy mode)

If you have any questions, follow-ups or your own CitSci project, for which you need your own cool tailored Citizen Science app, please head right over to our contact page and drop us an eMail or a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
And as always.. stay curious!

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