Hopkins Hour resources in engaging consumers as citizen scientists in research

Hopkins Hour resources in engaging consumers as citizen scientists in research

Thank you to everyone who joined the first virtual Hopkins Hour live event on 20 May 2020 about 'Engaging consumers as Citizen Scientists in research'

Hosted by The Dignity Project Research team and Presented by, Kelsey Chapman Project Researcher, Angel Dixon, Citizen Researcher & 2019 QLD Young Australian of the Year, and Professor ELizabeth Kendall, Executive DIrector, The Hopkins Centre.

The research event focused om sharing a new and innovative way to use citizen science to engage with consumers in research. Along with a spotlight on The Dignity Project and how citizen science can also be applied to enhance your own research.

For those who missed the live event, you can view the video recording below, along with other accessible event resources shared:

Event video recording

Event PowerPoint

Event Transcript

Event Questions and Answers

Microsoft Stream Live Event Recording with closed captions (add auto generated captions by pressing the CC button)

Please note - Microsoft predicts about 90% accuracy on their auto-caption service, but this will depend on your accent and your enunciation. The live event captions are not 100% accurate in translation from presenter audio to captions, but we are developing further accessible resources to improve this.

We are focused on sharing digital accessible and inclusive resources for all, so please stay tuned for additional accessible and inclusive digital resources coming very soon.

To learn more about The Dignity Project and to have your say in the Community Hub and research survey, please click on the links below or visit our website: http://www.hopkinscentre.edu.au/the-dignity-project

Join the Community Hub
Complete the Dignity Project Survey

Click HERE to contact The Dignity Project Research team or email The Hopkins Centre at hopkinscentre@griffith.edu.au