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Steenbock Librarian

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Karen Dunn
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Steenbock Library;
Science & Engineering Libraries (SEL)

I am happy to schedule consultations!

Science & Engineering Libraries

Science & Engineering Libraries

Email: AskSEL@library.wisc.edu

Citizen Science Inspiration

"Citizen Science: Everybody Counts" with Caren Cooper. TEDx Greensboro, 2017.

Introduction to this guide...

Citizen scientists advance knowledge by observing phenomena, recording data, and assisting, actively, with professional researchers in the field. This guide has been created to bring together selected resources that speak to citizen science as a topic of scholarship and community of practice as well as to opportunities through which our students, general public, and research staff can engage.

While opportunities abound, it has been my intent (primarily) to identify and to link to programs, projects, and educational tools (library collections and services) from within our "neighborhood"-- our institution, Wisconsin, and the Midwest.

Companion Research Guide

Research Impact: Broader Societal Impacts

Engage with Science in Our Community (Campus Calendar of Events)

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Citizen Science, At Home

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