Dissemination tools: usages and users
Deliverable 7.5 Dissemination tools: usages and users
The aim of this document is to assemble the exploitable results of the SISCODE project produced under seven work packages (WPs) from the first month until the end or the official conclusion of the project.
The outcome of Cube design lab’s co-creation journey: an empathic co-design tool with societal impact, aimed to connect people and ideas, harness the power of collective knowledge and act together!
this analysis dives into the interaction between small-scale experimentation (bottom up) and co-creative practices in policy making (top down). It is explored by connecting the results from SISCODE’s 10 co-creation labs and 11 workshops that have engaged policy makers around co-creation.
The scope of this document is reporting on the development process of an assessment framework for gauging the pilot experimentation in the context of co-creation. In the process, all aspects of the experimentation were considered in order to effectively derive considerations from theory to practice and vice versa.
What if the best policies were the ones directly created WITH and BY citizens? By joining the course “Co-creation for policy makers: an introductory course”, you will step into the world of innovation for policymaking.
As a network, CoRRI aims to diffuse the practice of co-creation and practice-based methods and co-creation tools through a set of activities designed to disseminate and use these methods and tools for the purpose of knowledge transfer. This document describes the steps taken to analyse the context in which it is situated, to study its composition and needs for informing the purpose of the current CoRRI.
In this document, SISCODE partners have focused their attention on narrating the phenomenon of co-creation and its nature throughout the single co-creation journeys by diving into the ecosystem- and organisational transformations that happened all along the experimentation.
The ‘Comparative Analysis Report’, comprises the presentation of results of the analysis of data from three different sources: the SISCODE Knowledge Base, the Co-Creation Case Studies and Co-Creation Innovation Biographies, which are available with SISCODE’s deliverable ‘Case Studies and Biographies Report’.
Building on the the SISCODE Knowledge Base, this report is a compilation of the qualitative case selection covering 40 Co-Creation Case Studies and 15 Co-Creation Innovation Biographies
The SISCODE MOOC will present an introductory course to the use of co-creation and design methodologies especially tailored to those working in the field of policy-making. The course is composed of 5 chapters delivered in 5 weeks that will guide participants through the main building blocks of this methodologies.
This report contains the results of the quantitative determination of co-creation cases chosen by the project community alongside a case selection plan laid out in the methodology
This deliverable contains a selection of ice-breakers, dialogue and engagement activities that can serve as the basis for the co-creation labs to engage with their local communities and the general publics
The current report summarizes the findings of SISCODE theoretical and empirical background research, that relies on an extensive literature review as well as the exploitation of recent scientific discourses on co-creation in Responsible Research &Innovation and policy making as well as on design for policy with the aim to prepare a pattern for further research to be carried out within SISCODE project.
Co-Creation in RRI Practices and STI Policies explores and connects Responsible Research and Innovation with current attempts to apply design knowledge in policy formation and implementation, which have been so far treated as separate streams of research and experimentation, with the twofold aim of providing a conceptual basis for the development of the SISCODE project, and a system of methods and tools for its experimental approach to co-creation.
This document looks into the place of co-creation in the RRI Research Landscape, identifying, recording and comparing previous and on-going EU (and national) framework initiatives and projects that have developed and tested relevant Responsible Research and Innovation approaches and methodologies.
The current document (Deliverable 7.2) reports on the development of SISCODE visual identity and web platform, from the definition of the needs and requirements to the final products.
Developed by the SISCODE Communication Team and authored by Ecsite, the Communication and Dissemination Strategy (Deliverable 7.1) outlines the dissemination and communication activities, the appropriate tools and channels and corresponding messages for each stakeholder category, at the European and local levels. Updated regularly, it reflects the evolving needs of the project, stakeholder feedback and what has been working and what needs to change.