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Enhancing the Responsible and Sustainable Expansion of the Science Shops Ecosystem in Europe

Deliverables

Knowledge exchange roadmap 1

The knowledge exchange roadmap will include insights gained from the first round of events from participants, experts and other stakeholder groups and will cover lessons learned, challenges and conclusions.

European SciShops Symposium Report

This report will record the SciShops symposium and summaries preparation and outputs of the event.

New science shops establishment report

This report will include the partnerships between new science shops and research institutes or experienced science shops. Furthermore, based on the research questions collection, they will adapt their concept to fit the requirements and needs of the communities.

Events roadmap 1

This deliverable includes the concepts for the knowledge transfer events from science shops to the public as well as for the summer schools and other training activities for new science shops’ staff.

Staff training evaluation

This report will record the adaptations and changes the staff of the new science shops needs to take into account when dealing with community-based participatory research.

Events status report 1

This report will be developed following the first round of events and will encompass the activities and discussions. Based on the lessons learned, the second iteration of events will be organized.

Scientific publications and networking summary report

Relevant research findings and innovative concepts that are achieved during the project will be presented to the scientific community through publications and conference papers.

Practitioner roadmaps and methodology toolkits

The practitioner roadmap and methodology toolkits developed in this deliverable will give insights and methods, as well as RRI tools for an effective knowledge exchange in the community-based participatory research process between science shops and civil society.

End users feedback report and optimisation 2

Quality of the services provided within the SciShops Web Platofrm is essential for the acceptance and employment of the developed software components. Issues in performance, usability and task suitability are analysed, assessed and addressed in a minimum of two iterative cycles. A report on identified issues, taken optimization measures and generated improvements will document the performed changes. This will be integrated into the technical documentation delivered in Task 5.1.

Events status report 2

This report will be developed following the second round of events and will encompass the activities and discussions.

Stakeholder survey summary report

This structured report holds all insights from gained from running online surveys.

Existing RRI tools and successful participatory community based research case studies report

This report will include insights from RRI-related European initiatives as well as community-based participatory research successful case studies. There will also be included prospective unsuccessful projects or initiatives in order to be investigated and to find out the challenges which were not overcome.

Knowledge transfer assessment 1

This report will assess the first round of knowledge transfer from the new science shops to the community as well as the feedback provided by all parties.

European synergy status report

This report will describe connections and partnerships developed between the SciShops consortium and previous similar or related initiatives. The synergies will help in spreading the project’s results to a broader audience but also to learn from other projects’ findings.

Community specific research questions report

The whole project is meant to empower the communities with valuable science shops, which are able to answer their research questions. In this sense, this deliverable comprises a collection of research questions gathered from the community for the newly established science shops through various communication channels.

Stakeholder and engagement strategy on participatory community-based research

This deliverable will be based on the Expert and Advisory Board, as well as on the synergies developed with other initiatives. The strategy will be built to plan their involvement in the SciShops project.

Baseline research and best practice report on participatory and community-based research

This deliverable builds the basis for the whole WP2 and focuses on the identification and analysis of existing studies, publications, best practices and strategies in the field of science shops, participatory and community-based research.

Existing science shops assessment

This deliverable collects challenges the science shops had to overcome in order to stay on the market, as well as impacts they had on their community and on the European society as a whole.

Strategy for participatory research in communities and capacity building of existing science shops

The strategy included in this deliverable will ensure the inclusion of work flows for participatory community-based research process as well as lessons learned from the first rounds of knowledge transfer events within the SciShops project.

Knowledge exchange roadmap 2

The knowledge exchange roadmap developed in D 3.6 will updated following the second round of events.

End users feedback report and optimisation 1

Quality of the services provided within the SciShops Web Platofrm is essential for the acceptance and employment of the developed software components. Issues in performance, usability and task suitability are analysed, assessed and addressed in a minimum of two iterative cycles. A report on identified issues, taken optimization measures and generated improvements will document the performed changes. This will be integrated into the technical documentation delivered in Task 5.1.

Stakeholders' insights on participatory community-based research

This analysis will provide insights into different stakeholders’ groups views on participatory community-based research, their experience and the purpose it was used for.

Knowledge transfer assessment 2

The second round of knowledge transfer will be conducted after the final training of the staff, based on the needed and required changes.

Events roadmap 2

This deliverable includes an update of the concepts for the knowledge transfer events from science shops to the public as well as for the summer schools and other training activities for new science shops’ staff.

Science shops scenarios collection

The collection from this deliverable will contain science shops’ different stages of development in order to accurately predict the challenges they might encounter. The scenarios will be built based on existing science shops but also on imaginary ones to cover all possible layouts.

Dissemination package 2

The dissemination package makes use of a variety of communication channels to disseminate information about the project: this contains for example leaflets, newsletters and additional materials for the general public and interested stakeholders.

Modules for training science shops' staff

The development of modules for training new science shops will be led by experienced, successful science shop staff, with the help research institutes and planning and strategy experts. They will be used within the project to train staff of the 10 new science shops.

Science shops taxonomy

The deliverable will comprise a detailed categorization of existing science shops, based on their theme, type of mother organization and capacity level.

Dissemination package 1

The dissemination package makes use of a variety of communication channels to disseminate information about the project: this contains for example leaflets, newsletters and additional materials for the general public and interested stakeholders.

SciShops digital twinning services

The core feature for end user interaction is integrated into the portal, running and validated. Enabling efficient connection of stakeholders to each other is essential for the sustainable engagement of hosts and participants at regional, national and international level. The twinning service therefore will provide multiple parameters to be set by the end users in order to refine twinning requests and to optimize service output.

European SciShops Digital Awareness Channels

The established channels are up, running, constantly filled with new content and moderated. Based on platform and user-generated content, intuitive data visualisation and modular dashboards are made available to the public, providing insight into the regional, national and Europe-wide characteristics and coverage of the SciShop ecosystem.

Interactive SciShops Knowledge Base

The populated Knowledge Base of SciShops is essential for engagement of new hosts and participants into ecosystem. By providing in-depth knowledge and best practice showcases, incentives for SciShop implementation are generated.

Project website, social media channels and communication activities

The project website will be up and running. Continuous updating is performed to ensure the timeliness of project-relevant data for interested stakeholders. The SciShops project has taken place on the full spectrum of social media channels and the third-party platform profiles have been setup and ready to use.

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Publications

A Bridge between Society and Universities: A Documentary Analysis of Science Shops

Author(s): Daniela De Filippo, Nuria Bautista-Puig, Elba Mauleón, Elías Sanz-Casado
Published in: Publications, Issue 6/3, 2018, Page(s) 36, ISSN 2304-6775
DOI: 10.3390/publications6030036

Predicting the impact of climate change on urban drainage systems in northwestern Italy by a copula-based approach

Author(s): M. Balistrocchi, G. Grossi
Published in: Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, Issue 28, 2020, Page(s) 100670, ISSN 2214-5818
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejrh.2020.100670

Scientific Landscape of Citizen Science Publications: Dynamics, Content and Presence in Social Media

Author(s): Núria Bautista-Puig, Daniela De Filippo, Elba Mauleón, Elías Sanz-Casado
Published in: Publications, Issue 7/1, 2019, Page(s) 12, ISSN 2304-6775
DOI: 10.3390/publications7010012

Analysis of Social, Environmental and Economic Sustainability Core: A Bibliometric Overview

Author(s): Nuria Bautista Puig, Elías Sanz Casado, Elba Mauleón
Published in: International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Issue 1/1, 2020, Page(s) 1, ISSN 1740-8822
DOI: 10.1504/ijisd.2020.10026529

Spanish Universities’ Sustainability Performance and Sustainability-Related R&D+I

Author(s): Daniela De Filippo, Leyla Angélica Sandoval-Hamón, Fernando Casani, Elías Sanz-Casado
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 11/20, 2019, Page(s) 5570, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su11205570

Jointly Experimenting for Transformation? Shaping Real-World Laboratories by Comparing Them

Author(s): Niko Schäpke, Franziska Stelzer, Guido Caniglia, Matthias Bergmann, Matthias Wanner, Mandy Singer-Brodowski, Derk Loorbach, Per Olsson, Carolin Baedeker, Daniel J. Lang
Published in: GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, Issue 27/1, 2018, Page(s) 85-96, ISSN 0940-5550
DOI: 10.14512/gaia.27.s1.16

European Research Council: excellence and leadership over time from a gender perspective

Author(s): Núria Bautista-Puig, Carlos García-Zorita, Elba Mauleón
Published in: Research Evaluation, Issue 28/4, 2019, Page(s) 370-382, ISSN 0958-2029
DOI: 10.1093/reseval/rvz023

Adhesion-driven instability in a calcium-dependent model of cancer cell movement

Author(s): Bitsouni, V.; Buttenschön, A.; Kaouri, K.; Thul, R.
Published in: Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 2020, ISSN 0092-8240

Detecting trends in sustainability publications: research development and dynamics in Green & Sustainable Science & Technology category.

Author(s): Pandiella-Dominique, A.; Bautista-Puig, N; De Filippo, D
Published in: International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Issue 4/year, 2020, ISSN 1740-8830

Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research in Real-World Labs - Success Factors and Methods for Change

Author(s): Matthias Bergmann, Ph.D. Niko Schäpke Oskar Marg Franziska Stelzer Daniel J. Lang
Published in: Sustainability Science, 2020, ISSN 1862-4065

Energy Efficiency and Citizenship Science, a close relationship? Analysis of projects and publications from a scientometric perspective

Author(s): De Filippo, D.; Pandiella-Dominique, A.; Lascurain, M.L.; SanzCasado, E.
Published in: Sustainability, 2020, ISSN 2071-1050

"""Piliečių mokslas: iššūkiai ir nauda"" (""Citizen science: challenges and benefits"")"

Author(s): Geciene I., Kanopkaite S.
Published in: Informacijos mokslai, 2020, ISSN 1392-0561

"I ""Mokslo krautuvė: idėja ir galimybės Lietuvoje"" (""Science Shop idea and opportunities in Lithuania"")"

Author(s): Geciene I., Kanopkaite S.
Published in: Informacijos mokslai, 2020, ISSN 1392-0561

Towards a Cyclical Concept of Real-World Laboratories

Author(s): Matthias Wanner, Annaliesa Hilger, Janina Westerkowski, Michael Rose, Franziska Stelzer, Niko Schäpke
Published in: disP - The Planning Review, Issue 54/2, 2018, Page(s) 94-114, ISSN 0251-3625
DOI: 10.1080/02513625.2018.1487651

Reallabore – Perspektiven für ein Forschungsformat im Aufwind

Author(s): Wanner, M., Stelzer, F., et al.
Published in: in brief, Issue 07/2019 S1, 2019, Page(s) 8

Evaluating soil erosion by water in a small alpine catchment: comparison of empirical models

Author(s): Berteni, F.; Barontini, S.; Grossi, G.
Published in: 2020

Evaluating soil erosion by water in a small alpine catchment: potential effects of climate change

Author(s): Berteni, F.; Grossi, G.
Published in: 2020

"""Technical report: 146th European Study Group with Industry/co-creation event with society: ""Breaking barriers for women in Science"""""""

Author(s): Avraam, D.; Bitsouni, V.; Glynatsi, N. E.; Kaouri, K.; Micheletti, A.; Oliveira, R.; Zachariou, M.
Published in: 2019

Education for a healthy Environment

Author(s): Annette Madelene DĂNCILĂ, Rodica STĂNESCU
Published in: The Chemistry Magazine, Issue N 3 May 2018, 2018, Page(s) 37-39

Cercetarea participativă în cadrul comunității prin intermediul Science Shop-urilor

Author(s): Stanescu R., Ionescu C.S., Dancila A.M.
Published in: EMC 2019 Proceedings, 2019

How to bring science closer to society? Science Shop idea and opportunities in Lithuania

Author(s): Nevinskaite L., Geciene I.
Published in: 10th annual conference of the Lithuanian Society of Sociologists, Klaipėda, Lithuania, 2018

Sustainable management, control and consumption of water resources in a changing climate: a new science shop at UNIBS

Author(s): Grossi, G; Barisani, F.; Berteni, F.; Barontini, S.; Ranzi., R.
Published in: COWM 2018, 2018

Gestione, controllo e consumo sostenibile della risorsa idrica nel clima che cambia: un nuovo sportello della scienza

Author(s): Grossi, G; Barisani, F.; Berteni, F.; Barontini, S.; Ranzi., R.
Published in: Hydrology days 2018, 2018

WatShop: lo sportello della scienza dell'acqua sostenibile

Author(s): Grossi, G; Berteni, F.; Barisani, F.; Barontini, S.; Ranzi., R.
Published in: Hydrology Days 2019, 2019

WatShop: the science shop for sustainable water management in a changing climate based at UNIBS

Author(s): Grossi, G; Berteni, F.; Barisani, F.; Barontini, S.; Ranzi., R.
Published in: IAHR Europe Congress 2020, 2020

Confronto di criteri di invarianza idraulica e idrologica applicati in Emilia-Romagna, Lombardia e Calabria

Author(s): Berteni, F.; Leoni P.; Pezzagno, M.; Piro, P.; Grossi, G.
Published in: IDRA, 2020