Teaching Responsible Research and Innovation at University - Call for Abstracts
Posted by RRI Tools on 10 Nov 2015
1st HEIRRI Conference
The 1st HEIRRI Conference, Teaching Responsible Research and Innovation at University, will bring together around 100 professionals from European organisations working in Research and Innovation, including higher education institutions, research centres, institutions of formal and informal learning, public institutions, industry, and civil society organisations. A combination of keynote talks, participatory working sessions, and a poster session will allow participants to share good practices in how higher education institutions can engage the different actors in RRI. Networking will be prioritised to allow participants to make connections with professionals from across Europe.
Call for Abstracts
In this 1st HEIRRI Conference we welcome contributions that present practices and training resources on how different elements of RRI -including research integrity, gender equality, science governance, open access, public engagement, but also anticipation, diversity, inclusion, reflection, responsiveness, sustainability, transparency and others- are being integrated into higher education curricula and the learning outcomes to which they lead. Contributions from different countries, contexts, and disciplines -both from the humanities, and the natural and social sciences- are highly appreciated, given the multidisciplinary approach of RRI. Participants will also contribute with their inputs to the initial design of the training materials that HEIRRI will be producing in the next two years.
More information on the RRI Tools website.