12 May 2022 | Bonn & Münster
Jun.-Dr. Kerstin Kurzhals, Annika Wesbuer, and Katrin Uude from the Science-to-Business Marketing Research Centre contributed to the Forum Citizen Science 2022. The conference brought together scholars interested in citizen science to discuss the relationship between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and citizen science, contributing to the motto "Global - Regional - Local: Citizen Science for the UN-Sustainable Development Goals". The scientists from the S2BMRC presented their developed Citizen Science Payback Framework, a participatory evaluation and impact-assessment model for social innovation projects in citizen science. They applied the theory adaption approach to extend the scope of the frequently used Payback Framework from Buxton and Hanney (1996) by informing it with the lens of the Service-Dominant logic to overcome the limitations of the Payback Framework and make it usable in the field of citizen science.