Over the course of the ACTION project we develop a number of resources that are hopefully interesting for the scientific community, citizen scientists, decision makers and funding agencies and the public at large.
These include academic outputs as Research Deliverables, scientific articles, webinars as well as dissemination resources such as videos and other information materials about the project. You will find all these resources in this page.
ACTION developed also the ACTION OPEN SCIENCE PORTAL. There you will find not only the resources available in this page, but also the datasets developed by the ACTION team and its pilots.
Tutorial material for using Loss of the Night App
This report provides orientation to the tutorial videos that show how to use the Loss of the Night App.
Evaluation report of learning outcomes of high school students after participating in air quality projects (D2.8)
This report evaluates the learning outcomes of the CS project “Students, air pollution and DIY sensing” carried out in the Oslo area (Norway) and engaging high school students.
Impact Assessment Report (D6.3)
Report on the results of the intermediate impact assessment of the ACTION project. It focuses on the results achieved by the ACTION pilots in the first half of the project, considering their scientific, social, economic, political and environmental impacts as well as their potential contribution to UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Research data catalogue – First version (D4.6)
This deliverable describes the catalogue of research objects identified in the project. Also, a methodology to characterize these objects has been developed to facilitate this work, adapting it to the necessities of citizen science projects.
Communicating your citizen science project
Overview on how to plan the communication for a citizen science project, covering acommunication strategy that fits CS projects’ purposes and identifying aims, target groups and resources.
ACTION project and ACTION Accelerator overview
Introduction by Elena Siperl, King’s College London and coordinator of the ACTION project at the ACTION Accelerator kick-off meeting, 11 January 2021.
Summary of Round One (D3.3)
Report outlining the procedures, processes and timelines for the first round of the ACTION open
call. It also includes key aggregate statistics of applications and lessons learned as well as recommendations for the second round of open call.
AZOTEA. Monitoring the night sky during and after isolation
This booklet presents AZOTEA, a citizen science project that aims to monitor the brightness and color of the night sky using photographic cameras to evaluate variations in light pollution that happened during and after the exceptional period of self-isolation. Available in English and Spanish.