Category: How To Use CitSci.org

Navigating Project Manager Tools in CitSci

As a project manager, you can edit your CitSci projects and manage the members, contributions and participation in these projects. As a project manager, you can also analyse data and download it for other purposes. In this tutorial, we will navigate the tools available to project managers and how to use them.  STEP 1: Finding

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How to Add Locations for Predefined Sampling Sites to a NEW Datasheet

Noting GPS Coordinates of the wildlife groups. Photo: Sabrina Szeto.

Monitoring the same location over a period of days, months, or years is a great way to track change over time for organisms, land use and more. And it’s part of the protocols for many citizen science research projects. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial for how to add locations for predefined sampling sites to a new

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How to Add Locations for Predefined Sampling Sites to an EXISTING Datasheet

Rotary H2O Citizen Scientists. Photos: Raigne Burgoyne

Monitoring the same location over a period of days, months, or years is a great way to track change over time for organisms, land use and more. And it’s part of the protocols for many citizen science research projects. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial for how to add locations for predefined sampling sites to an existing

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How to Create Your Citizen Science Project on Citsci.org in 5 Easy Steps

Welcome to CitSci.org. We’re glad you’ve decided to start a new project. If you’re not sure where to start or want some tips, then you’re in the right place. In this tutorial, we explain step by step how to create a project and start navigating the tools we offer.  Do I need an account? Yes!

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