The e-course is developed by Tom Børsen from the Research group for Techno-Anthropology and Participation, Department of Planning at Aalborg University as an initiative of COST - European Cooperation in Science and Technology: COST Action No. CA17127 - Building on scientific literacy in evolution towards scientifically responsible Europeans (EuroScitizen).
In this free online course, we are showing research initiatives as examples of how to enact Responsible Research Innovation (RRI) in Europe. You, as a course participant, will be empowered to enact RRI in your own research.
Enacting RRI in EUROPE is organized into two modules and a multiple-choice quiz
In the first module, you will be introduced to the course and gain information about RRI (definitions, objectives, key dimensions, and tools) and how can it be integrated into research practice.
Module two will illustrate how we in the "EuroScitizen Cost-Action" ENACT RRI in our concrete research and innovation activities.
We recommend that you watch two videos per day. In this way, you can do the course within one week.
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