Erica Lee Gardner
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April 7, 2020 •
Phenology: an opportunity for nature therapy and citizen and community science in the time of COVID-19
In the time of COVID-19, I gained an opportunity of nature therapy as a caretaker for the Nichols Arboretum, and I recommend people also document the arrival of flowers and animals or participate in outdoor citizens and community science projects to channel anxiety.
January 8, 2020 •
Applications are now open for this year's Community + Citizen Science Fellows Program
August 31, 2018 •
The U-M Library’s Shapiro Design Lab and the U-M Museum of Natural History are happy to announce a new Community and Citizen Science Project Incubator program for University of Michigan faculty, staff, and students! Community and citizen science projects can help scientists conduct extensive, quality research while engaging with members of their community. The program will explore questions about project design, ethics, learning goals, and data management. Participants will create project prototypes for their own research and community engagement, and develop the skills needed for successful projects.
April 22, 2018 •
Working at the Shapiro Design Lab was a valuable and unforgettable experience. I was able to explore different types of interesting projects related to both data science and our library community. It gave me an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills you learned in the classroom to a real-world situation and to collaborate with other student developers. Mainly I participated in the AwesomeBox, an interface that shows recommended books by peers, Measure The Future, a sensor that collects information about how people use library spaces, which is adapted from the open platform of http://measurethefuture.net, and the Zooniverse, data aggregation that measuring an annotation reliability for projects with volunteers to participate in crowd-sourced scientific researches.
December 6, 2017 •
Citizen Lab Library Resident for the Shapiro Design Lab, Stephanie Dooper, discusses how the elements of design thinking has aided her research and enabled her to transform her teams findings into podcasts and blogs.