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Citizen Science

ASU Library Founding Citizen Science Team

ASU Library Resources

ASU CitSci Research Network

The Crowd to the Cloud Series Available @ ASU

Online ASU Library Materials

ASU Citizen Science Maker Summit 2016

Interviews with ASU Citizen Science Stars

Interview with Dr. Phil Christensen

Dan Stanton interviews Dr. Phil Christensen about his love for science and Citizen Science projects like Rock Around the World.

(Bonus Outtakes Video - Moon vs. Mars!)

Interview with Darlene Cavalier Founder of SciStarter

René Tanner interviews Darlene Cavalier about the importance of Citizen Science. Ms.Cavalier is the founder of SciStarter, an enterprise that makes connections between scientists and the public.

Music: www.purple-planet.com

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