TOOL: The MICS Platform can be used to assess the impact of your citizen-science project, evaluate how this impact changes over time, produce a shareable impact summary of your project, and to view the impact of other projects.
WEBSITE: The How-To Guide for the MICS Platform is available online and as a PDF, and contains detailed instructions on signing in to the platform, creating a project, answering questions, and accessing a personalised impact report.
DOCUMENT: The MICS report on the MICS Platform details the process by which the platform was developed, including how the interface was designed, tested, and refined.
DOCUMENT: The MICS report 'Developing metrics and instruments to evaluate citizen science impacts on the environment and society' describes the MICS questions in detail, including the questions’ sources and how the questions were tested.
TOOL: ACTION has developed an impact assessment framework and methodology to help citizen science projects understand what scientific, social, economic and political impact they have.
WEBSITE: The Co-Act project largely focuses on the social impact of citizen science initiatives for groups sharing a social concern, and has developed a toolkit allowing for evaluation of these projects