Quick Start Guide in RRI for Science Engagement Organisations✎
Last modified on 15 December 2016
- Editors: Ecsite for RRI Tools - Antonina Khodzhaeva, Andrea Troncoso
- Copy Editor: Ben McCluskey
- Authors: Malvina Artheau (Science Animation Midi-Pyrénées, France), Carlos Catalão (Ciência Viva-Pavillion of Knowledge, Portugal), Patrizia Famà (MUSE, Italy), Gonçalo Praça (Ciência Viva-Pavillion of Knowledge, Portugal), Antonina Khodzhaeva (Ecsite, Belgium), Sheena Laursen (Experimentarium, Denmark), Lucia Martinelli (MUSE, Italy), Giovanni Stijnen (NEMO Science Museum, the Netherlands), Andrea Troncoso (Ecsite, Belgium), Liina Vaaher (Science Centre AHHAA, Estonia), Marjoleine van der Meij (VU Amsterdam, the Netherlands).
Making science engaging is vital work, but fraught with challenges. How do you stay relevant in your local community? How do you ensure activities are designed in a way that places the needs and preferences of multiple target audiences at their centre? How do you find new collaborators and effectively expand your network? If you work for a science engagement organisation and need some support or just a little direction, this quick start guide to Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) will help.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Getting started
- Responsible Research and Innovation:the why, what and how?
- A recipe for success: the RRI ‘ingredients’
- Working ‘in the wild’: inspiring examples of RRI
- Try the RRI Toolkit on for size