Biodiversity citizen science: outcomes for the participating citizens

Maria Peter, Tim Diekötter, Tim Höffler & Kerstin Kremer
1. Citizen science (CS) is regarded a promising format in environmental and sustainability education as well as in science education. CS projects often assume that participation in the project influences, for example, participants' knowledge or behaviour. 2. We investigated whether and to what extent biodiversity citizen science (BDCS) projects, from the participants' self-reported perspective, achieve the following six participant outcomes: (1) content, process, and nature of science knowledge, (2) skills of science inquiry, (3) self-efficacy...
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