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Socializing and sharing time for work/ life balance through digital and social innovation

Deliverables

Success Stories Videos

Success Stories Videos including motivational material from the pilot locations

Services design and deployment environment

This report will provide the functionalities to be delivered and the decision on the open source components. Contributions to this task will come from T2.1 and the output will be used for T2.2 and T2.3

Families_Share Platform v1

This deliverable will provide the initial version of the platform for the execution of the pilot cases, it will include also the results from the technical testing and a first documentation for developers and users

Families_Share platform v2

This deliverable will provide the second and final version of the platform for the execution of the pilot cases, it will include also the results from the technical testing and a updated documentation for developers and users.

Online Communication Campaign Design & Contents

The communication messages drafted and the visual material ready for use. It will include also a description of the Communication Strategy, and a dissemination toolbox for coherent project communications.

Families_Share mobile-based services definition

Inputs and service concepts emerged during workshops will be synchronized and worked out to provide a concrete input for mobile-based services design and implementation. Mock-ups, wireframes and use cases will be elaborated to guide the development of services and to feed the process of platform and mobile services design.

Trust and Safety Framework Report

Trust and Safety Framework Report eliciting specific challenges related to trust and safety in peer-to-peer exchange, in particular when children are involved

The Families_Share framework, and local and international user needs and requirements

Comprehensive document that provides: (1) principles and framework for collective and inclusive innovation in family/ work balance and after-school activities (UNIVE) (2) a mapping of existing initiatives on time sharing and socializing tasks at the international and local level, as well as a set of best practices to be exploited for the pilots implementation (UNIVE) (3) concrete information for the co-design phase for each of the pilot sites while providing a general picture of the Families_Share requirements (FBK)

Report of awareness Campaign and events

Report of awareness Campaign and events

Report on Sustainability models and Exploitation plan, and on Policies recommendations

Report on Sustainability models and exploitation plan based on discussions at pilot locations and beyond. It will include 3 case studies for adoption outside the pilot locations. The report will contains also policy recommendations based on consultations with users, experts and Advisory Board

Behavioural mapping and engagement toolkit for Families_Share

A toolkit of actions and tasks that can be easily adapted to the different contexts while assuring the possibility of eventually comparing the different experiences.

IA methodology

The IA methodology will describe the socio-economic impact assessment methodology and will contain the first set of indicators validated by the users in M12 through the participatory workshop.

Evaluation report of pilot 2

The deliverable reports also adjustments and optimizations of the Families_ Share Platform. It includes suggestions raised during the second transnational international codesign workshop foreseen on M18 which will be shared in a draft form on M19. FBK will contribute to this specific section.

Families_Share documentation

This deliverable will provide the final documentation for developers and users in order to easily use and replicate the platform and localise the functionalities and services.

Perceived behavioural enablers and barriers for uptaking the Families_Share solution

This document will make a final list of the experienced barriers and enablers for uptaking the Families_Share solution from social perspective, with lessons learned about how to overcome or enhance them.

Interim Evaluation report of pilot 1

This is a preliminary report based on the users' feedback and experience collected so far in the first pilot, to allow adjustment and optimization of the Families_ Share Platform.

Methodology of pilot testing and evaluation, and Guidelines for Community Managers

This report will define the time frame, methods of participatory activities, data gathering and documentations of pilot testing (FBK). It will contains also Guidelines for Community Managers to ensure the alignment of community managers both based on a series of transnational webinars having also mutual –peer learning goals, held in cooperation with experts from the High Level Advisory Board (URBANISTA)

Report on the assessment of the platform

Report on the assessment of the platform will present the results achieved in terms of socio-economic impact and effective benefits produced for the users of the platform. The report will include also sustainability strategies for the maintenance and future deployment of the platform.

Final Report

The Final Report will report on the experiences and main achievements of the project and financial report (UNIVE). It will also contain improvements related to the Trust and Safety Framework Report, eliciting specific challenges related to trust and safety in peer-to-peer exchange, in particular when children are involved (FBK).

RRI evaluation report

RRI evaluation report will provide an overall summative evaluation of the Families_Share CityLabs and their results together with the participatory needs analysis, the co-design process and the piloting phases and results and the Families_Share platform itself in relation to the RRI indicators applied to digital and social innovation.

Publications

How does digital technology impact on the co-production of local services? Evidence from a childcare experience

Author(s): Mattia Casula, Chiara Leonardi, Massimo Zancanaro
Published in: Public Money & Management, 2020, Page(s) 1-11, ISSN 0954-0962
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Inc.
DOI: 10.1080/09540962.2020.1728066

Values and Practices behind Collaborative Childcare in Knowledge-based Organizations

Author(s): Gianluca Schiavo, Chiara Leonardi, Massimo Zancanaro
Published in: Technology Innovation Management Review, 10/5, 2020, Page(s) 41-50, ISSN 1927-0321
Publisher: Carleton University
DOI: 10.22215/timreview/1355

Sharing the Office, Sharing the Care? - Designing for Digitally-mediated Collaborative Childcare in the Workplace

Author(s): Chiara Leonardi, Gianluca Schiavo, Massimo Zancanaro
Published in: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Communities & Technologies - Transforming Communities - C&T '19, yearly, 2019, Page(s) 239-249, ISBN 9781-450371629
Publisher: ACM Press
DOI: 10.1145/3328320.3328385