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The European University of Post-Industrial Cities; Towards a collaborative approach and structure towards engaged research


D1.4: The UNIC4ER Management structure

This includes the UNIC4ER Engaged Research manager 8 University Engaged Research Officers 8 Representatives of University Research Offices a UNIC4ER Engaged Research Taskforce and a UNIC4ER Engaged Research Ethics Officer

D2.1: A UNIC4ER Engaged Research Strategy Forum

This involves a twoday meeting of research support officers community engagement personnel and other relevant units in UNIC

D3.4 Toolkits for engaged researchers

These opensource toolkits for researchers will include engaged methodologies glossaries and guidelines through different concepts Open Research Amsterdam openresearchamsterdamen will be taken as an example here We will actively disseminate these toolkits via the UNIC4ER Open Science Campus WP5

D3.7 Scholarly network focusing on non-traditional scholars

This platform will be a subgroup of the larger UNIC4ER Community of Excellence and will also be connected to the UNIC Superdiversity Academy The network should enable firstgeneration researchers to share knowledge create expertise and collaborate on related issues

D3.8 Action plan for inclusion of non-traditional scholars

The action plan is a guideline of best practices of different UNIC member institutions to support the firstgeneration scholars within its research community This plan will also specific the inclusion of nontraditional scholars in the support scheme for joint research acquisition D33 and the working conferences D32

D2.3 A joint UNIC4ER Engaged Research Declaration

A joint UNIC4ER Engaged Research Declaration by the UNIC Management Board including all Rectors and the UNIC4ER Engaged Research Taskforce

D1.9: A mid-term policy brief (M18)

In light of policy feedback from the funded projects to the European Commission this is a short policy brief covering the first reporting period M18

D3.3 Support scheme for joint research acquisition around engaged research

This scheme will define how knowledge sharing on research acquisition will be shared in UNIC4ER and will specify under what conditions consortium developing proposals in the context of UNIC4ER can receive support in the form of practical assistance These conditions shall include aspects concerning the participation of nontraditional scholars such as scholars with a migration background D39

D2.4: A UNIC4ER Engaged Research Strategy

This preliminary Strategy will present a joint common understanding of engaged research and a series of strategic goals and priorities for the development of engaged research across the consortium It outlines the concept as well as methodologies of engaged research to be developed in UNIC It will also include indicators of engaged research to be developed together with WP6

D6.7: Interim analysis and evaluation report based on the data available in the dashboard - year 1

Interim analysis and evaluation report based on the data available in the dashboard year 1

D5.1: Mapping report on current open science resources across partner institutions

This report will identify and display open science practices across partner institutions based on the data collection and analysis as well as conclusions of a best practice exchange webinar An integral part of the report should be guidance on open science which will facilitate the implementation of the Open Science Campus D52 and thus boost and promote the UNIC4ER engaged research agenda D24 and the UNIC4ER community of excellence D32

D4.1: Review on existing methodologies and best practices on co-creation and citizen science

A review report to be disseminated via the UNIC4ER Engaged Research Platform WP5 Practices from this review will be portrayed in the UNIC4ER Pulse Dashboard for Engaged Research WP6

D1.5: A UNIC4ER dissemination and communication strategy

This strategy will be specified in an internal document and coordinated with the leaders of WP5 and WP6

D3.5 Workshop to connect engaged research and teaching based faculty

Faculty from across diverse disciplines will establish a roadmap on combining engaged research about superdiversity with methods of teaching

D1.2: A UNIC4ER Engaged Research Ethics Plan

This plan covers tasks and deliverables from this proposal as well as ethical aspects of the engaged research we seek to inspire This Ethics Plan D13 aims to make sure that the project full complies with the European Commissions Ethics for Researchers 2013 charter and more generally the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights and specifically the national guidelines of the country where the partners are based and where the outputs will be published

D6.1: A set of quantified indicators of all UNIC4ER Engaged Research Activities

A set of quantified indicators of all UNIC4ER Engaged Research Activities differentiating between indicators of input output and outcome

D2.2: A report which maps engaged research policy and practices across each partner institution

The report will incorporate the findings from the key stakeholder interviews and review of policy documents

D4.3: Formal establishment of the UNIC4ER Post-Industrial Transitions Academy

Founding charter of the UNIC4ER PostIndustrial Transitions Academy The Post Industrial Transitions Academy will enable UNIC4ER to become a leading role model in Europe on how universities can contribute to postindustrial transitions in cities This academy will provide the research infrastructure within which the UNIC 4ERMeets the City Framework will be put into practice

D3.1 Online inventory of research excellence on engaged research (scholars, experts, projects, programs) within and beyond UNIC

The online inventory will involve all UNIC researchers experts projects and programs undertaken or at proposal stage involved in engaged research This online inventory shall be disseminated via the UNIC4ER Engaged Research Platform WP5 and all projects shall be included on the UNIC4ER Pulse Dashboard for Engaged Research WP6

D1.1: Updated project management plans

This includes the UNIC Risk Management Plan the Financial Management Plan the Quality Assurance Plan and the Dissemination and Communication Plan

D4.2: Design of the UNIC4ER Meets the City framework for supporting the cocreation of engaged research on post-industrial transitions

A framework report for the development of engaged research at a European level with all eight postindustrial cities The framework will serve as the basis of or inspiration to internal calls for collaborative initiatives It specifies at least 8 local engaged research roadmaps It also specifies how knowledge and expertise is shared how it promotes the development of truly European collaborations what practical support can be provided from UNIC4ER and how the initiatives can be made inclusive and representative for the superdiverse populations of the cities involved

D6.3: Qualitative Survey on the impact of UNIC4ER - year 1

This survey will be distributed amongst students staff and researchers from our universities but also cities NGOs and businesses involved somehow in our engaged research activities

D6.2: An ICT-enabled infrastructure for the collection of data on the quantified indicators

This infrastructure should enable for byhand entry of data where possible and automatic capture via data crawling and analysis wherever necessary

D6.6: An openly available UNIC4ER Pulse Dashboard for Engaged Research

An openly available UNIC4ER Pulse Dashboard for Engaged Research

D1.3: A UNIC4ER Engaged Research Data Management Plan

The data management plan shall be approved by the UNIC Management Board as well as by the Data Officers of all eight partner universities The data management plan defines the procedures to be followed for data collection storage protection retention and destruction will comply with national and EU legislation in particular with The General Data Protection Regulation GDPR Regulation EU 2016679 which has entered in force in May 2018 The GDPR is aimed primarily to give control back to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU GDPR replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive Directive 9546EC The data will be collected and managedfollowing strict procedures to avoid misuse ant to respect rights of the data owners guaranteed by EU law The data management plan should cover any type of data collected and stored during any of the tasks of this proposal

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