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SOcial CReATive IntelligenCe Platform for achieving Global Sustainability Goals

Deliverables

Quality Management Plan

See section 3.2.4: Every quality management related activity necessary to ensure the adequate implementation of the project plan and to assure the quality of the project results will be defined in WP600 – Project Management. SOCRATIC considers two concepts within QA: Project Quality Assurance (PQA) and Software Quality Assurance (SQA). These two elements will be part of the Quality Management Plan (D6.1) delivered in month 3. Project Quality Assurance (PQA): The PQA will establish agreed definitions of procedures for acceptance and quality control. The procedures to be described in the PQA will address those activities needed for the smooth and effective evolution of the project across its lifecycle, and will be oriented to achieve: (i) Quality of the work performed, (ii) Quality of the documentation generated during project performance. In order to assure high quality in the work performed, the PQA will define a methodology and procedures, though a certain degree of flexibility will be retained due to the specific needs of a research project. In particular they will refer to: Requirement specifications and quality objectives definition Organisation of the working team Roles and responsibilities of each participant Control actions planned Time schedules In addition, the PQA will define whenever necessary any contingence/corrective plan. Contingency plans will include a clear statement of the incident encountered, proposed measure and detailed activity plan, responsible/s partner/s to implement the activity and potential impact to the overall project execution in terms of project cost, duration etc. If any problem arises in the performance of the obligations of the partners, related to the prompt execution of their work, correction measures should be taken (this is one of the Project Coordinator’s responsibilities). At all times, resources claimed by the project partners should correspond with the actual work performed during the reporting period and will be subject to the approval of the PC. Corrective measures taken to address problems related to the fulfilment of the obligations of the partners may lead to amendments to the Project Plan. Major changes in the Work Plan, project budget or amendments to the Contract have to be proposed by the Project Coordinator and need a written approval by all contractors in accordance with the approval of the EC. To assure the high quality of the documentation generated during project performance, two specific measures will be taken: (1) Definition of harmonized templates in documentation and reporting stages; (2) Internal quality control of the documentation. Internal reviewers responsible for final quality checking of all deliverables and major documents will be appointed. The internal review template will be attached to each document. Both measures will facilitate the adherence of SOCRATIC documentation with the EC quality standards of deliverables and EC acceptance criteria. The Quality Management Plan will be a binding document and will have to be approved and signed by all partners. When the Quality Plan is not in accordance with the Contract, the Contract will be perceived as the final binding document. Software Quality Assurance (SQA): SQA activities within the project will be described and planned in the SQA Plan. These activities will be: (i) Verification activities, e.g. peer-reviews; (ii) Unit and Integration Testing; (iii) Validation; (iv) User and Accessibility Assessment definition and planning; (v) Communication and management of incidences, etc. This plan will contain: (i) Plans for Unit & Integration Testing and Validation; (ii) Templates for reporting unit and integration testing; (iii) Templates for the validation activities; (iv) Templates for the assessments. Regarding the execution of the plan, their results will be present in several deliverables: (i) Definition of the Validation (D4.1.1) and Assessment Methodology (D4.3) will be carried out in parallel to d

Requirements Analysis

Document containing the functional and non-functional requirements of SOCRATIC Platform.

State-of-the-Art Update

Document containing an update about the state of the art of Social Innovation, Tools to Support the Innovation Process, Knowledge Management or EU CAPS Projects.

Assessment Report

Results of the performance of the assessment at each end-user. Overall conclusions about the use of SOCRATIC in the end-users and analysis of potential improvements needed for future exploitation of the solution.

Open data use plan

Development of a Data Management Plan (DMP) that details what types of data generated by the project will be open, according to “Guidelines on Data Management in Horizon 2020”.

SOCRATIC Design Specifications Version 01

Document including the design of the architecture, the user experience design , the design of the ontology, the knowledge model, and the functional and technical design of the SOCRATIC Platform.

SOCRATIC Methodology Workbook V1

Document containing the guidelines to carry out the social innovation process in an agile manner. It offers guidelines for all the stages of the innovation life-cycle.

Pilot Scenarios Specification

Document describing the piloting organizations: main processes and actors, outcomes, initial description of scenarios where the assessment will be carried out.

SOCRATIC Concept

Document containing the concept of SOCRATIC Methodology and Platform, including a first proof of concept.

SOCRATIC Design Specifications Final Version

Document including the design of the architecture, the user experience design , the design of the ontology, the knowledge model, and the functional and technical design of the SOCRATIC Platform.

Project Presentation and brochure Final Version

Will be issued according to the predefined rules at the beginning of the project. A leaflet of the project will be made available and regularly updated

Project website Final Version

In the project website, the project, partners and current dissemination activities and work on the project will be presented.

Project website Version 01

In the project website, the project, partners and current dissemination activities and work on the project will be presented.

Project website Version 02

In the project website, the project, partners and current dissemination activities and work on the project will be presented.

Project Presentation and brochure. Version 01

Will be issued according to the predefined rules at the beginning of the project. A leaflet of the project will be made available and regularly updated

Socratic Validated Full Prototype

Second version of the Full Prototype after having fixed bugs found during the assessment. The deliverable consists of software and one report describing the software.

Demonstrators

Videographic material for each of the Pilots to be used in trade fairs, conferences and other disseminations evens. They present the results obtained in the project and the advantages/benefits for each industrial partner.

Assessment Methodology

Methodology to effectively evaluate the implementation of the SOCRATIC concept in the end-users, including definition of KPIs per end-user and methods to measure them.

SOCRATIC Methodology Workbook Final Version

Document containing the guidelines to carry out the social innovation process in an agile manner. It offers guidelines for all the stages of the innovation life-cycle.

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Publications

Designing a Digital Social Innovation Platform: From Case Studies to Concepts.

Author(s): Ines Dinant, Jacqueline Floch, Thomas Vilarinho, Manuel Oliveira
Published in: Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10673), 2017, Page(s) 101-118
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-70284-1_9

Social Innovation And Social Entrepreneurship Through Big Data: Developing A Research Agenda

Author(s): Ilias Pappas; Letizia Jaccheri; Patrick Mikalef; Michail Giannakos
Published in: MCIS 2017 Proceedings, 2017
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1205391

Empowering Social Innovators through Collaborative and Experiential Learning

Author(s): Pappas, Ilias; Mora, Simone; Jaccheri, Letizia; & Mikalef, Patrick.
Published in: IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1205364

Developing a Social Innovation Methodology in the Web 2.0 era.

Author(s): Thomas Vilarinho, Jacqueline Floch, Manuel Oliveira, Inès Dinant, Ilias O. Pappas, Simone Mora
Published in: Internet Science. INSCI 2017 International Workshops, IFIN, DATA ECONOMY, DSI, and CONVERSATIONS, 2017, Page(s) 168-183
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-77547-0_13

SOCRATIC, the Place Where Social Innovation ‘Happens’

Author(s): Inés Romero, Yolanda Rueda, Antonio Fumero
Published in: Internet Science, Issue Internet Science. Volume 9934 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series Volume: 9934 Series ISSN: 0302-9743, 2016, Page(s) 89-96
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-45982-0_8