Report on ethics issues and recommendation made by Ethics Advisors covering the whole duration of the project.
"Consolidate all relevant financial documents, as well as scientific material gathered from periodic reports #1 and #2 in view of the final review of project."
Report on ethics issues and recommendation made by Ethics Advisors pertaining to the first half of the project.
Produce a rich-media, interactive instructable to introduce collaborative design practices to the community, and offer a practical guide for co-designing care services.
Research report outlining participants’ views on key topics and the contexts in which these were discussed.
Manuscripts (prepared for publication) reporting findings on the accountability and ownership policies in citizen cyberscience carry through to community-driven innovation in the welfare sector, based on ethnographic techniques.
White papers: domain questions and user tasks and requirements, and on data abstractions and operations requirements (month 12).
Manuscripts (prepared for publication) reporting on analysis of survey data and additional interviews.
Report on review of previous research on collective intelligence, community-based projects, pseudomarket coordination and prediction markets.
Design agenda and audience for deep games focusing on groups of around 10 participants exposed to scenario simulations, role-playing games, and descriptions of provoking narratives about community-provided care.
Run an iterative, post-validation process of the project based on peer-auditing, in order to identify failures and pitfalls and indicate potential work-arounds. (Delivery dates: month 10, month 20.)
Documentation for multidisciplinary, open to the public, hackathons. Prepared ahead of time documentation, as well as follow-up documentation to optimize and support collective engagement and common vision of the community’s activity. (Delivery dates: 1st edition month 3, 2nd edition month 9.)
Manuscripts (prepared for publication) reporting on integrating community-driven care services in European welfare states.
Edit and broadcast a call for an open competition, gathering a small number of ideas and grassroots, socially innovative initiatives around care.
Assemble all relevant financial documents, as well as scientific material pertaining to the second half of the project, in view of the final review of project.
"A draft explicit social contract for community-driven care services design, aimed at removing exploitation from the participatory design picture. This is done by styling the community as a collective author and researcher, rather than a ""rightless volunteer"", like in most crowdsourcing exercises."
Draft report on engaging open networks in meaningful online conversations.
Final report on engaging open networks in meaningful online conversations.
Manuscripts (prepared for publication) reporting on using collective intelligence to improve care - an empirical study on best practice in the care sector.
Edit all relevant documentation for deep games.
Assemble all relevant financial documents, as well as scientific material pertaining to the first half of the project, in view of the mid-term review of project.
Documentation for multidisciplinary, open to the public, hackathons. Prepared ahead of time documentation, as well as follow-up documentation to optimize and support collective engagement and common vision of the community’s activity. (Delivery dates: 1st edition around month 4, 2nd edition before month 12.)
Manage preparation of and run OpenCare final event, to showcase collaborative work in building and testing open tools for care. This deliverable includes session summaries and novel insights generated during the conference, media clippings, social media analytics report.
Implementation and integration of SSNA software prototypes into a dashboard environment, incorporating the research on semantic networks (month 20).
Implementation and integration of the semi-automated aid to ethnographic coding prototype into the OpenCare platform (month 15).
Procure 20 high quality blog posts to be posted on the OpenCare online space to kickstart the conversation and set the tone for constructive discussions. Make it possible for valuable points to be re-launched or subjected to further examination by a growing number of people.
Deploy an OpenCare online space on the production server. Re-use an existing online space where a conversation on care has started already: (http://edgeryders.eu).
Archive all relevant material used and/or produced during onboarding workshops. This deliverables includes a methodological note on facilitation and offline engagement, as well as follow up materials like media articles and testimonials.
The toolbox: a review of key literature, algorithms and visualization/interaction techniques judged to be most useful in developing the software tools. Deeply grounded in observation of how non-technical users interact with network representations of online conversations (month 12).
A step-by-step process to sign up as a respondent in Opencare. At each step, the respondent is advised (in plain language, with examples) of how the information she shares will be processed and stored, and requested to sign off.
Report on all activities related to the actual prototyping: implementation, debugging and evaluations, usability testing, executive design review and redesign involving the community. Includes full documentation of prototypes: source files, auxiliary design files, bills of materials and suppliers, software and firmware, multimedia (photos and videos), instructions and explanations.
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Author(s): Cottica, Alberto; Hassoun, Amelia; Vallet, Jason; Melançon, Guy
Published in: INSCI 2017: Internet Science, 3, 2017, Page(s) 412-420
Publisher: Springer, Cham
Author(s): Alberto Cottica, Guy Melançon, Benjamin Renoust
Published in: Applied Network Science, 2/1, 2017, Page(s) Springer International Publishing, ISSN 2364-8228
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Author(s): Liebart, Deborah; Manca, Mara; Wong, Susana; Abdallah, Ali; Manca, Marco
Published in: 1, 2017
Publisher: Scimpulse Foundation
Author(s): Tino Sanandajib, Erik Lakomaa
Published in: 2016
Publisher: Stockholm School of Economics
Author(s): Renoust, Benjamin; Cottica, Alberto; Melançon, Guy
Published in: Complex Networks & Their Applications V, volume 693 of Studies in Computational Intelligence, 2016, Page(s) 41-54, ISBN 978-3-319-50900-6