Project management and resource repository for the Autistica/Turing Citizen Science project
Thank you for being here!
Please continue reading for an introduction to the project, or jump to any of the following sections:
Autistic people have sensory processing sensitivities and differences when compared to neurotypical people. These differences can make it difficult to navigate environments that were not built with autistic people in mind. For example, it can be stressful to taking a busy train during rush hour, or to attend an appointment in a brightly lit hospital waiting room.
Every person is different. We want to gather many autistic people’s stories together. Our goal is to:
The purpose of this study is to co-design and co-produce a framework for ethical, participatory, citizen science. We cannot build this tool without the input of a diverse community of autistic people and their relatives and carers. We also welcome open source developers to help us build this platform. The first phase of this project is to co-design the online platform by identifying priorities and requirements from our community members.
There are many ways to get in touch with the Autistica/Turing Citizen Science project team!
Please start by reading the participant information sheet.
You can see suggestions from other members of the community in the community recommendations directory.
Information about project management protocols can be found in the project management directory.
This folder includes information on:
The Autistica/Turing Citizen Science project welcomes all contributions. For more information on how to participate, please review our contributing guidelines and the building a safe community document.
Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):
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Bastian Greshake Tzovaras
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This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!
All content in this repository is openly licensed with a CC-BY 4.0 (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International) license, which means you’re free to use the materials and remix them so long as you credit the source.
For example, if you were to use content from this repo in your own project you’d attribute the Autistica/Turing Citizen Science community with a sentence like: