The overall aim of this work package is to facilitate the training of new science shops structures and their steady connection by developing training sessions, information sessions and pedagogical material tailored for the relevant stakeholders: actual or future coordinators and mediators, local communities’ representatives, academic staff/researchers, students and local authorities. The ambition is to strengthen the growth of science shop models up to the standards identified by the European Commission, in particular in terms of RRI, OSc and impact evaluation requirements, and contributing to tackle current grand challenges.
DELIVERABLE 5.1. Training videos addressed to all RRI stakeholders
A series of videos co-created with all the consortium partners during different projects highlights (summer schools, on the field training sessions, international pilot projects).
DELIVERABLE 5.2: eLearning modules
Firstly addressed to the students (from undergraduate level to PhDs) willing to enrich their study with skills on participatory practices, this open access tool will be deeply thought from the very beginning to attract a much broader public: communities, general public and young people. To achieve this, several modules will be built to fit specific publics. The theoretical and practical contents will be strongly based on InSPIRES research outputs and pilot experimentations.