First Responsible Research and Innovation Online Workshop for Public Management educators and learners
This online workshop aims to create an opportunity for knowledge exchange among educators, teacher’s educators that contribute(d) to connect Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and Collaborative Inquiry Based Learning (co-inquiry), Open Educational Resources and Collaborative Open Learning (co-Learning).
“RRI is an inclusive approach to research and innovation (R&I), to ensure that societal actors work together during the whole research and innovation process. It aims to better align both the process and outcomes of R&I, with the values, needs and expectations of European society.”
Some keys identified in the RRI approach are “Engagement”, “Gender Equality”, “Science Education”, “Ethics”, “Open Access” and “Governance”. Formal and informal education plays a crucial role to mainstream these approaches in the scientific and social practices. By embedding the above mentioned areas in the teaching practices, we contribute to the shaping of the vision of science in future generations. This is why several recent European Funded projects (ENGAGE being one of them) put efforts in developing the links between RRI and Contemporary Education (with a special focus on co-inquiry which is congruent to community based participatory research).
This event organised by the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC) intends to identify existing specific expertise in other projects that are useful for ones’ own project, in order to avoid missing connections between people and projects. The methodology used during the event community-based participatory research to address collective issues. The outputs will be summarised in a report on policy recommendations. All participants’ collaborators, co-researchers and co-authors will be informed about the process and cited in the report.
What are the benefits and challenges of using argumentative visualisation tool in community-based participatory research?
Maps of deliberation