InSPIRES says farewell with a Legacy Page
Over a period of 51 months, InSPIRES has had the unique opportunity to work on and to further develop the concept of the bottom-up, demand-driven participatory research process as implemented through Science Shop structures and projects. Talking on behalf of our consortium, María Jesús Pinazo (ISGlobal, InSPIRES Principal Investigator) said: “Today (…) I can tell we take part in something. InSPIRES may also have served to reinforce the network, to strengthen the family”.
InSPIRES project’s Legacy Page aims to be an all-in-one section designed for the end-user. At the page, any practitioner will find direct access to our main results/products, including: a presentation of 123 implemented Science Shop projects; a detailed presentation of our framework for the Science Shop process; a complete description of the InSPIRES Open Platform (Repository and Impact Evaluation tool); an e-learning platform and several training material repositories; a shares summary of the project’s reflections on Ethics; information on national and regional hubs and networks reinforced by the consortium members; the results of the InSPIRES Open Call; and, finally, the complete list of our publications in international peer-reviewed journals as well as our non-indexed publications.