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Thursday 08

Czech hub prepared the workshops all around the Czech Republic

Posted by Techmania Science Center on 08 Dec 2016

A series of workshops was held in the Czech Republic during the first week of October. The purpose of the workshop was to raise awareness of responsibility research and innovation and to present tools developed in the RRI Tools projectTraining sessions took place in four regional cities, namely Ostrava (3 October), Olomouc (4 October), Liberec (5 October) and Brno (6 October) and successfully followed up the first workshop held in Plzeň earlier in June. The workshops were organised by the RRI Hub for the Czech Republic and lecturers were Miroslav Parvonič from Techmania Science Center and Jana Brabcová from Grafia, s.r.o.

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Friday 13

19-20 November 2015: shaping the RRI Toolkit in Brussels

Posted by EuroScience on 13 Nov 2015

The RRI Tools team has been working hard lately, proceeding with the final adjustments to the RRI Toolkit. We are getting closer! On 19 and 20 November 2015 in Brussels, a first beta version of the Toolkit will be presented for feedbacks to representatives of the research and innovation community: European Commission officers, coordinators of other responsible and innovation projects, representatives of the different stakeholder groups - research, policy-making, business and industry, civil society organisations, education community.

The aim of this meeting is to provide all potential users with a more robust and useful toolkit, thanks to our guests' expertise.

What is next? The toolkit being...

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Thursday 30

Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health (CES4Health) toolkit

Posted by RRI Tools on 30 Jul 2015

The Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health (CES4Health.info) is a free online mechanism for peer-reviewing, publishing and disseminating scholarship products other than journal articles. These products can be for example videos, manuals, curricula or products developed through service-learning. Every product submitted to CES4Health is reviewed by community and academic experts who participate in a mandatory training to serve as peer reviewers. On the website users will find high quality tools and resources that can be directly downloaded or obtained from the author, typically free-of-charge. Through CES4Health users can perform  the following actions:

  • Search for high quality tools and resources
  • Submit products for peer review
  • Apply to be a...

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Wednesday 22

Living Knowledge toolbox for Science Shops

Posted by RRI Tools on 22 Jul 2015

Thinking of starting a project to enhance the relationship between university and society? Worried about societal needs that require expert input?  Are you interested in Science Shops as a model for knowledge exchange? The Living Knowledge toolbox for Science Shops provides information on how to build strong and meaningful partnerships between community-based and university-based researchers.

Students of Queen's University Belfast talk about Science Shops

The toolbox brings together valuable resources in the shape of frequently asked questions, training materials, handbooks and practical...

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Thursday 08

Czech hub prepared the workshops all around the Czech Republic

Posted by Techmania Science Center on 08 Dec 2016

A series of workshops was held in the Czech Republic during the first week of October. The purpose of the workshop was to raise awareness of responsibility research and innovation and to present tools developed in the RRI Tools projectTraining sessions took place in four regional cities, namely Ostrava (3 October), Olomouc (4 October), Liberec (5 October) and Brno (6 October) and successfully followed up the first workshop held in Plzeň earlier in June. The workshops were organised by the RRI Hub for the Czech Republic and lecturers were Miroslav Parvonič from Techmania Science Center and Jana Brabcová from Grafia, s.r.o.

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Friday 13

19-20 November 2015: shaping the RRI Toolkit in Brussels

Posted by EuroScience on 13 Nov 2015

The RRI Tools team has been working hard lately, proceeding with the final adjustments to the RRI Toolkit. We are getting closer! On 19 and 20 November 2015 in Brussels, a first beta version of the Toolkit will be presented for feedbacks to representatives of the research and innovation community: European Commission officers, coordinators of other responsible and innovation projects, representatives of the different stakeholder groups - research, policy-making, business and industry, civil society organisations, education community.

The aim of this meeting is to provide all potential users with a more robust and useful toolkit, thanks to our guests' expertise.

What is next? The toolkit being...

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Thursday 30

Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health (CES4Health) toolkit

Posted by RRI Tools on 30 Jul 2015

The Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health (CES4Health.info) is a free online mechanism for peer-reviewing, publishing and disseminating scholarship products other than journal articles. These products can be for example videos, manuals, curricula or products developed through service-learning. Every product submitted to CES4Health is reviewed by community and academic experts who participate in a mandatory training to serve as peer reviewers. On the website users will find high quality tools and resources that can be directly downloaded or obtained from the author, typically free-of-charge. Through CES4Health users can perform  the following actions:

  • Search for high quality tools and resources
  • Submit products for peer review
  • Apply to be a...

See More
Wednesday 22

Living Knowledge toolbox for Science Shops

Posted by RRI Tools on 22 Jul 2015

Thinking of starting a project to enhance the relationship between university and society? Worried about societal needs that require expert input?  Are you interested in Science Shops as a model for knowledge exchange? The Living Knowledge toolbox for Science Shops provides information on how to build strong and meaningful partnerships between community-based and university-based researchers.

Students of Queen's University Belfast talk about Science Shops

The toolbox brings together valuable resources in the shape of frequently asked questions, training materials, handbooks and practical...

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