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2022 events

December 12: “European Citizen Science”. Presentation at the “Open Science services in Greece and the European Open Science Cloud Pilot Cloud (EOSC)” workshop organised by “Athena”​ Research and Innovation Center and Innovation Center, and the RAISE Science project. Thessaloniki.

December 6: “Environmental citizen sensing: social participation, arts and technology”. Webinar of the GreenVETers project.

December 1: “Visitors as active citizens: enhancing public participation in actions of cultural heritage institutions for climate change”. Multiplier event of The GLAMers project at the Goulandris Natural History Museum, Kifisia.

November 8: “Forms of citizen engagement in cultural heritage preservation: case study from the war in Ukraine”. Presentation at the Euromed Conference 2022, Cyprus.

November 8: “Citizen Enhanced Open Science in Cultural Heritage – Review and analysis of practices in Higher Education”. Presentation at the Eurome Conference 2022, Cyprus. Study.

October 27: “Universities in crises: The quest for resilience in higher education institutions (and its effect on bottom-up social participation). Invited talk at the International Online Conference & Bar Camp “Resilience Day – What we can learn from crises” organised by FH Münster’s project “THEA Ukraine X”.

October 27: “Hackathons as open innovation examples for cultural heritage preservation during conflict”. Presentation  at the No Time To Wait Conference, The Netherlands.

October 25: “Active citizenship: The role of librarians in citizen science”. Workshop delivered in the online event organised by OpenAIRE Cyprus as part of the CeOS project.

October 6: “Citizen science for environmental and health issues in conflict zones”. Presentation at the 2022 European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) conference, Berlin, 5-8 October. Abstract.

September 29: “Open innovation in academia-society cooperation: examples of cultural heritage preservation in a crisis situation”. Talk at the annual Europeana conference.

August 30: final project meeting and multiplier event of the INOS project. Leiden University, The Netherlands

July 7: “From Open and Citizen Science to Activism: Roles for Academic Staff”. Webinar of the INOS project.

June 10, “community- driven innovation for Ukrainian cultural heritage”. Webinar on “Cultural Heritage Threats and the Role of Citizen Engagement Inside and Outside Universities”, INOS project.

June 2, “hacktivism by using earth observations for a social purpose”. Webinar on “Digital action: scope, methodology, tools and practices”, HEIDI project.

May 3 “Citizen science in academia-society relationships: few thoughts at the 3-year INOS journey”. Multiplier event, Bringing Open Knowledge and Innovation to Higher Education, University of Bordeaux.

May 4, “EU Space data for cultural heritage”. Online workshop “Open data in all its form: science, pedagogy and society” by the datactivists and University of Bordeaux.

February 24, « citizen science : introduction to the role of librarians” (in Greek) Επιστήμη των πολιτών: εισαγωγή στο ρόλο των βιβλιοθηκονόμων. Greek and Cypriot Node of OpenAIRE Link

January 18, invited ignite talk at European hackathon CitizensHack