Robinson, L. D., Cawthray, J. L., West, S. E., Bonn, A. & Ansine, J. 2018. Ten Principles of Citizen Science. In: Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy. Eds. Hecker, S., Haklay, M., Bowser, A, Makuch, Z., Vogel, J. and Bonn, A. UCL: London.

Robinson, L. D., Cawthray, J. L., Lee, D. & Tweddle, J. C. 2016. Citizen Science: Participation in Authentic Science Research. In: Museum Participation: New Directions for Audience Collaboration.  Ed. McSweeney, K. & Kavanagh, J.  Museums Etc.: Edinburgh.

Conference Presentations

Gunnell, J. L. 2019. The potential for social transformation through citizen science. World cafe presentation at ‘Leverage Points’ conference, Leuphana Universität, Lüneberg, Germany, 6-8 February.

Cawthray-Syms, J. L. 2018. How participatory is our citizen science? Panel presentation and discussion at ‘Advancing Citizen Science in Alberta: Changing Perspectives, Breaking Barriers, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 26 – 27 September.

Cawthray-Syms, J. L. 2018. Co-created Citizen Science: How, When and Why? Symposium organised and facilitated at Australian Citizen Science Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 7-9 February.

Cawthray-Syms, J. L. 2017. Citizen Science – Transforming research to transform society, speed talk presented to Transformations 2017: Transformations in Practice, Dundee, Scotland, 30 August – 1 September.

Cawthray-Syms, J. L. 2017. Co-creating Citizen Science for Innovation, speed talk presented to Facing the Future 2017, Invergowrie, Scotland, 28-29 August.

Cawthray-Syms, J. L. 2017. Citizen Science: A toolbox for the Sustainable Development Goals, presentation given to Participation for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: a one day workshop, Reading, England, 30 June.

Cawthray-Syms, J. L. 2017. Co-created practice in citizen science: lessons learned from other disciplines, poster presented to Citizen Science Association Conference, Minneapolis, U.S.A ,17-20 May.

Cawthray-Syms, J. L. 2017. Co-created Citizen Science, presentation given to CECHR Annual Symposium, Dundee, Scotland, 22 February.

Cawthray, J.L. 2015. The Microverse: working with A-Level students across the UK to explore micro-organisms through Citizen Science, presentation to Real World Science Conference, London, England, September, 2015.

Robinson, L.D., Cawthray, J.L., Jungblut, A.D., Chandler, S. and Tweddle, J.C. 2015. The Microverse citizen science project: Collaborative microbiology research with UK secondary schools, poster presented to International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB), Montpellier, France, 2-6 August.

Cawthray, J.L. 2015. Where next for volunteering in museums? Presentation to Refloating the Ark Conference, Manchester, England, 17-18 June.

Cawthray, J.L. and Robinson, L. 2015. The Microverse – utilising scientific ambition in sixth form colleges, presentation to British Ecological Society Special Interest Group on Citizen Science, London, England, May 2015.

Robinson, L.D., Cawthray, J.L. 2014. Principles and standards in Citizen Science: sharing best practice and building capacity, presentation to European Citizen Science Association, General Assembly, Berlin, Germany, 26 November.

Conferences and Workshops

Empowering Civil Society through Participatory Investigation.  Researchers and Practitioners workshop. LISIS, Paris, 1-2 February, 2019.

Facing the Future 2017: Collaborative power for societal transformation in a rapidly changing world. Early career researchers conference. James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie, Scotland, 28-29 August 2017.

How to be a Citizen Scientist – volunteering in scientific research. Public awareness raising workshop. Dundee Botanic Garden, Dundee, Scotland, 20 September 2017.