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Socio-Technical Integration Research (STIR) Training module

Uploaded by Rosina Malagrida on 01 December 2016
Last modified on 05 December 2016

Arizona State University

Sequence of training videos that provide a step-by-step approach to designing, conducting, and getting the most out of a socio-technical integration. Keep in mind, however, that the videos are meant to provide general guidance. Each STIR study will be unique to the goals, personality, and research of the lab and the people who work in it. 

The Socio-technical integration project engages researchers in semi-structured interactions with social scientists designed to enhance reflection upon research decisions in light of broader considerations. This does not take place upstream, when decisions on what to investigate are being taken, nor downstream, when decisions on wether to adopt research and development are beinig considered. It takes place during research projects are designed and implemented. That is the reason why it is called Midstream Modulation.

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