Developed by Carnegie Mellon University, SENSR provides a way to obtain a custom data collection application running on mobile devices for your citizen science project or projects. If you are running a grassroots project for science, education, environmental conservation, community monitoring, or some other reason, and are seeking ways to expand citizen scientists' participation in contributing data, SENSR can help you create a mobile data collection tool for your project.
- Principal Scientist: Sunyoung Kim, PhD Candidate
- Scientist Affiliation: Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science
- Dates: Ongoing
- PROJECT TYPE: Observation
- COST: Free
- GRADE LEVEL: All Ages
- TIME COMMITMENT: Variable
- HOW TO JOIN:
First, make an information page for the project. The purpose of this page is to describe what your project is about, who you are, why you are doing this, and how important this project is. Potential volunteers will decide whether or not to join your project after reading this page, so, make it clear, compelling, and attractive. SENSR’s Web site will walk you through the subsequent steps.