Firefly Watch Project Survey Findings

Sunday, January 1, 2012
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Public Programs, Citizen Science Programs, Museum and Science Center Programs
Families | General Public | Museum/ISE Professionals | Evaluators
Ecology, forestry, and agriculture | Education and learning science | Life science
Museum of Science

The Firefly Watch project is a citizen science program where a network of volunteers across the country observe and collect data on fireflies. Participants are able to post their results to the project website, where they can share aspects of their own experiences and learn about sightings in other locations. To evaluate this program, a brief survey was conducted that probed for participant interactions with the program, learning due to project involvement and areas for potential project growth.The attached file includes slides from the PowerPoint presentation that outline the key findings from the study. The survey instrument used in the study is included in the report.

Team Members

Leigh Ann MesitiLeigh Ann MesitiEvaluator
Christine ReichChristine ReichEvaluator

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