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Enhancing Responsible Research and Innovation through Curricula in Higher Education (EnRRICH)

Deliverables

Report on trialling of RRI teaching strategies

Report on trialling of RRI teaching strategies including an executive summary of the completed pilots including case studies and teaching materials for widespread dissemination.

Guidelines manual

Initial recommendations guidelines manual for embedding learning about RRI.

Social media report

Concerning social media, EnRRICH will start with a survey of tools used by partners added by an inquiry of their relevance for project and network related aims and issues. A summary report with links and description of relevance will be delivered. The most relevant social media and how to make use of them will be integrated into the dissemination action plan for all partners.

Framework and resources for a professional development workshop

Framework and resources for a professional development workshop for academic staff to support the integration of RRI in Higher Education curricula.

Resources for enhancing understanding and prompting debate

Resources for enhancing understanding and prompting debate on societal issues in the curriculum for early stage students.

Executive summary state of the art policy to reward RRI through the curriculum

Executive summary state of the art policy to reward RRI through the curriculum.

WP3 & 4 evaluation report

Report on formative evaluation of WP3 and WP4.

Report on piloting practices

Report on piloting practices at partner institutions, including case studies, findings of community based research focussed on the grand societal challenge with consideration of national and transdisciplinary contexts, the learning of members, key considerations when establishing a new science shop and getting into curricula, also making clear links with PERARES, RRI Tools work and the RRI keys. Publication of this research report will also support the Open Access RRI key.

Guidelines for embedding RRI in curricula

Guidelines to support the embedding and implementation of RRI competencies in curricula.

Policy brief (European level)

Issue based policy brief (including case study material where relevant) aimed at European policymakers setting out the state of the art on RRI through the curriculum which can be brought to national levels by other partners.

Quarterly Newsletter 6

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

conference in Dublin

Living Knowledge Conference In Dublin on RRI in higher education curricula.

Quarterly Newsletter 4

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

EnRRICH project webpages

Project Information on the Living Knowledge website.

Policy brief 1 (International/national/institutional level)

Issue based policy brief aimed at international, national and/or institutional levels which examines blockages and integrates good practice on enabling RRI through the curriculum. (1/2)

Web pages of good practice and case study suggestions

Web resource, searchable webpages of good practice and case study suggestions in teaching and learning about RRI in curricula for different subjects, at different levels: also have this linked from RRI Tools website.

Quarterly Newsletter 1

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

Quarterly Newsletter 11

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

Quarterly Newsletter 5

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

Quarterly Newsletter 7

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

Conference website

Conference website, including calls for papers, information on programme, information for delegates, and presentations (after the conference).

updated conference website

Conference website updated with all relevant presentations/content after conference.

Quarterly Newsletter 8

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

Promotional booklet for students

Promotional booklet on science shops as a way of integrating RRI in higher education curricula.

Survey and consultation results and analysis

Survey and consultation of stakeholders to generate case studies of RRI in curricula and identify needs for development

Quarterly Newsletter 10

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

Policy brief 2 (international/national/institutional)

Issue based policy brief aimed at international, national and/or institutional levels which examines blockages and integrates good practice on enabling RRI through the curriculum. (2/2)

Quarterly Newsletter 9

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

Quarterly Newsletter 2

An electronic newsletter on RRI in HEI experiences and news on EnRRICH activities will be published every three months in continuation of the existing ‘Living Knowledge’ newsletter.

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Publications

RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH AND THE SEMANTICS OF UNIVERSITY’S THIRD MISSION. A THEORETICAL DISCUSSION. In “Studi di Sociologia”, 4 (2015), pp.375-388

Author(s): Andrea Vargiu
Published in: Studia di Sociologia, Issue Nº. 4, 2015, 2015, Page(s) 375-388, ISSN 0039-291X
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1401125

(Re-)designing higher education curricula in times of systemic dysfunction: a responsible research and innovation perspective

Author(s): Valentina C. Tassone, Catherine O’Mahony, Emma McKenna, Hansje J. Eppink, Arjen E. J. Wals
Published in: Higher Education, 2017, ISSN 0018-1560
DOI: 10.1007/s10734-017-0211-4