To maximize your engagement with and implementation of this material, we encourage you to become a member of the Citizen Science Association for access to more experiences and expertise across this diverse community of practice. CSA membership is not required to access this tutorial or receive the badge, but one goal of this resource is to support the CSA’s capacity to create and maintain a culture of ethical data practices in the participatory sciences. Estimated completion time: 2 hours By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to: 1. Distinguish roles and ethical obligations of project leaders, participants, and partners in participatory science projects. 2. Identify how ethical tensions arise in participatory science projects. 3. Recognize the obligations associated with ethical principles in the context of participatory science projects. 4. Analyze ethical tensions related to data integrity, report-outs, recompense, and report-backs in participatory science projects. 5. Recognize how data governance structures can concentrate or diffuse decision-making power. You will practice or acquire the following skills, which are part of an Open Skills Taxonomy used by employers and schools: data integrity, data governance. Let's get started! = 0" src="" style="width: 56px; height: 56px;" fr-original-style="width: 56px; height: 56px;" fr-original-class="fr-draggable">(Optional) Create or log in to your SciStarter account. Without completing this step, you won't be able to claim your badge. Complete this self-guided tutorial and quiz. Score an 80% or higher to move onto the next steps towards claiming your badge!
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