Sorry for a late response - busy dealing with bugs and things!
I think that’s a nice and informative introduction. The only thing to change is the link to the EyesOnALZ site - there is no more “eyesonalz.com” (people where getting lost on their way to Stall Catchers), only stallcatchers.com. Information about EyesOnALZ can be found at this link: https://stallcatchers.com/about#eyesonalz
Please feel free to also use and remix any materials you find on our About page, especially the press kit. And let me know if you need any specific materials or media!!
Thanks very much for doing this - this is very exciting! Our colleagues at SciStarter are actually working on bring citizen science, including Stall Catchers, into libraries, and they want to hear from you !! I am posting Darlene’s of SciStarter message below.
We are introducing Stall Catchers at the South East Regional Library in Phoenix, AZ (as part of a focus group about citsci toolkits in libraries) on 6/19.
I’d love to understand how someone like Tom would use a library’s resources to organize catchathons, participate individually, or discover information about citizen science and Stall catchers as a patron.
We have some ideas but it would be great to hear from him.
If you have thoughts to share, feel free to do it here, or I could connect you with Darlene via email if that’s OK with you?
Many thanks again!!!