We could have filled this month’s edition of Citizen Science Today with articles from this special edition of JCOM. Instead, follow the link below to read widely and deeply about the field. – CJL –

JCOM is an open access journal on science communication. Since the world of communication and the scientific community are now undergoing a rapid and uncertain transition, JCOM wants to provide some theoretical guidelines both for scholars and practitioners in the field of public communication of science and technology.

Photo credit: Figure 1 from “Cell Spotting: educational and motivational outcomes of cell biology citizen science project in the classroom”.

Source: JCOM Special Issue: Citizen Science, Part I, 2016

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