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Toward a Definition and Characterization of the Engaged Campus: Six Cases IUPUI - Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis B. A., Holland;
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 09:38:31
Ente: IUPUI - Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Autori: B. A., Holland;
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Toward a Definition and Characterization of the Engaged Campus: Six Cases
Tipologia documento: Articolo
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2001
Abstract: This article springs from the The University as Citizen Conference, hosted by the University of South Florida in February 2001, where six institutions were invited to present the story of their campus' experiences with implementing and sustaining civic engagement programs. From these cases, the article shows the characteristics of an engaged campus and the features of sustainable campus-community partnerships.
Parole chiave: civic mission, civic responsibility, mutually-beneficial exchange, knowledge management, critical mass
Riferimenti bibliografici: Holland, Barbara A. (2001) Toward a Definition and Characterization of the Engaged Campus: Six Cases Metropolitan Universities Journal, 12 (3), pp. 20-29 [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://journals.iupui.edu/index.php/muj/article/view/19903
Allegato Open: 2001_BAHolland_Engaged campus.pdf
De las aulas a las calles, del papel a la realidad, de la reflexión a la acción Università (UBA - FADU) - Taller Libre de Proyecto Social B. H.Pedro
Data Inserimento: 14/04/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-15 10:01:09
Ente: Università (UBA - FADU) - Taller Libre de Proyecto Social
Autori: B. H.Pedro
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Casi studio
Titolo: De las aulas a las calles, del papel a la realidad, de la reflexión a la acción
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Spagnolo
Anno pubblicazione: 2015
Abstract: Este libro sistematiza las experiencias de un grupo de universitarios, profesores y estudiantes, que emprendieron el camino de convertir en oportunidad pedagogica e investigadora la demanda de asistencia tecnica de sectores populares organizados para mejorar su habitat
Parole chiave: universidad; pratica social;
Riferimenti bibliografici: Taller Libre de Proyecto social (2015) De las aulas a las calles, del papel a la realidad, de la reflexión a la acción. Cuadernos de formación tlps 01.
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: http://www.tlps.com.ar/
Allegato Open: 2015_Report_FADU_Taller Libre de Proyecto Social.pdf
Parte II. La Ricerca. Sezione 9Attività di Terza Missione: Strategie, Risorse ed Impatto ANVUR B., Blasi; P., Miccoli; S., Romagnosi
Data Inserimento: 12/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-10 09:25:01
Ente: ANVUR
Autori: B., Blasi; P., Miccoli; S., Romagnosi
Contesto geografico: Italiano
Tema: Impatto-Processi e Valutazione
Titolo: Parte II. La Ricerca. Sezione 9Attività di Terza Missione: Strategie, Risorse ed Impatto
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Italiano
Anno pubblicazione: 2018
Abstract: Il documento intende proporre una breve rassegna delle esperienze internazionali sulla Terza Missione, ripercorrere l'esperienza di valutazione della Terza Missione condotta dall'ANVUR e fornire un quadro delle attività che sono state svolte dalle università nel periodo 2011-2014 (VQR 2011-2014).
Parole chiave: Valutazione della Terza Missione (TM); impatto della ricerca; modelli di engagement; valorizzazione della ricerca; produzione di beni pubblici
Riferimenti bibliografici: B., Blasi; P., Miccoli; S., Romagnosi (2018) Parte II. La Ricerca. Sezione 9 Attività di Terza Missione: Strategie, Risorse ed Impatto, in Rapporto ANVUR sullo stato del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca 2018
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.anvur.it/atti-e-pubblicazioni/lavori-di-ricerca/valutazione-della-terza-missione-e-dellimpatto-sociale/
Allegato Open: 2018_ANVUR_Rapporto Biennale_Sezione 9_attività di TM.pdf
Evaluating citizen science: Towards an open framework Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna, Austria B., Kieslinger; et al.
Data Inserimento: 12/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-10 10:23:03
Ente: Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna, Austria
Altri enti partner: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, AustriaHelmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, GermanyGerman Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig, GermanyInstitute of Ecology, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany
Autori: B., Kieslinger; et al.
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Impatto-Processi e Valutazione
Titolo: Evaluating citizen science: Towards an open framework
Tipologia documento: Contributo in volume
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2018
Abstract: The chapter shows a framework for evaluation criteria concerning the process and degrees of success of citizen science initiatives. This chapter offers an extended overview of the various s initiatives based on examination of characteristics and diversification in current activities and practices. The criteria identified in this chapter are applicable both to extra-academic events, and to initiatives conducted by researchers and scholars. Moreover, the indicators provided refer to both a quantitative and qualitative recognition.
Parole chiave: Citizen science; evaluation and impact assessment; policy-making; community capacity; scientific impact; economic impact; outcome
Riferimenti bibliografici: B., Kieslinger; et al. (2018) Evaluating citizen science: Towards an open framework. In S., Hecker, M., Haklay, A., Bowser, Z., Makuch, J., Vogel, A., Bonn (eds.) Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy. London: UCL Press.
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.jstor.org/action/doBasicSearch?Query=Evaluating+citizen+science%3A+Towards+an+open+framework&acc=off&wc=on&fc=off&group=none
Allegato Open: 2018_Evaluating citizen science_Towards an open framework.pdf
Engaged Learning Sheffield. Co-production and community in education at the University of Sheffield The University of Sheffield B., Stone; I., Woolf;
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 09:52:55
Ente: The University of Sheffield
Autori: B., Stone; I., Woolf;
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Engaged Learning Sheffield. Co-production and community in education at the University of Sheffield
Tipologia documento: Linee guida
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2015
Abstract: This document seeks to consolidate but also to facilitate and guide collaborative institutional action designed to enhance the public good. It means to share activities in an easily accessible way, inspiring academic staff to consider developing civically engaged learning projects, and encouraging further external partners. Moreover, the publication aims to further define a ‘Sheffield approach’, which is distinctive and rooted in the particularities of the region and its history. The same approach is based on a selected set of principles: reciprocity, co-production, partner-led approaches, sustainability, good communication, impact and ethical challenges.
Parole chiave: community-university engagement, responsibility, engaged learning, equality, civic identity
Riferimenti bibliografici: Stone, Brendan, Woolf, India (2015) Engaged Learning Sheffield. Co-production and community in education at the University of Sheffield, Sheffield, The University of Sheffield [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/staff/learning-teaching/our-approach/current/engaged/publication
Allegato Open: 2015_UoSUK_EngagedLearningSheffield(1).pdf
Science in Society: a Challenging Frontier for Science Policy. Policy recommendation from the ESF MO Forum on Science in Society Relationships European Science Foundation C. Badia
Data Inserimento: 16/04/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-08-31 14:09:04
Ente: European Science Foundation
Autori: C. Badia
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Casi studio
Titolo: Science in Society: a Challenging Frontier for Science Policy. Policy recommendation from the ESF MO Forum on Science in Society Relationships
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2012
Abstract: The report deals successively with the long-standing discussion of "sceince in society", describes and analyses (some) current practices in Europe, and suggests positive recommendations to ESFMOs who want to improve their practice.
Parole chiave: science in society
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Science Foundation (2012), 'Science in Society: a Challenging Frontier for Science Policy. Policy recommendation from the ESF MO Forum on Science in Society Relationships'.
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/293827170_Science_in_Society_a_Challenging_Frontier_for_Science_Policy_Policy_Recommendations_from_the_ESF_MO_Forum_on_Science_in_Society_Relationships
Allegato Open: 2012_Science_in_Society_04.pdf
A handbook for Live Projects University of Sheffield (Sheffield School of Archiitecture) C. Butterworth; et al.
Data Inserimento: 14/04/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-15 10:01:35
Ente: University of Sheffield (Sheffield School of Archiitecture)
Autori: C. Butterworth; et al.
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Casi studio
Titolo: A handbook for Live Projects
Tipologia documento: Manuale
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2013
Abstract: Live Projects are important in educating the architects of the future because, in contrast to more conventional teaching methods, Live Projects develop the collaborative and participatory skill that are essentilal to future practive. Live Projects establish an awareness of the social responsability of the architect and can empower students to produce work of exceptional quality that makes a difference to the communities they work with. Beyond the direct impact of the project on the communities involved, Live projects also make a wider impact by enriching the student learning experience, developing design, management and enterprise skill and significantly increasing employability. This handbook seeks to provide clear and accessible information on what Live Projects are, how they work and what to expect along the way.
Parole chiave: socially-engaged architectural education; live project
Riferimenti bibliografici: Butterworth, Carolyn et al. (2013) A handbook for Live Projects. University of Sheffield (Sheffield School of Archiitecture)
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/architecture/march/live-projects
Allegato Open: 2013_Handbook_UoS_Live_Projects.pdf
Public Engagement at the University of Nottingham University of Nottingham (Science, Technology and Society Research Priority Group) C. Lawson
Data Inserimento: 06/04/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-15 09:55:57
Ente: University of Nottingham (Science, Technology and Society Research Priority Group)
Autori: C. Lawson
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Casi studio
Titolo: Public Engagement at the University of Nottingham
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2013
Abstract: The role of universities and university researchers in fostering communities and regional developmnet has been discussed at the academic and policy level for the past 30 years. The involvement of universities with their region has been seen as a positive factor for economic development and widening participation in the region. At the same time, the need for a dialogue with the public and public participation in science have been seen as crucial for the public understanding, legitimisation and advancement of science. Accordingly, third mission, civil outreach or public engagement roles are increasingly being institutionalised. However, a successful model of public engagement is crucial for positive results, for both academics and communities. This document presents a case study of engagement activities at the University of Nottingham. It contends that successful engagement depends on the university's culture, organisation and policies as well as on the public's response to scientific research.
Parole chiave: public engagement, third mission, science communication, communities, regional development, citizen participation /
Riferimenti bibliografici: Lawson, Cornelia (2013) Public Engagement at the University of Nottingham. University of Nottingham, STS-PG/01.
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/
Allegato Open: 2013_Report_CLawson_Public Engagement at the Univ of Nottingham.pdf
The regional role of universities in technology transfer and economic development Queensland University of Technology C. S., Gunasekara;
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 09:45:16
Ente: Queensland University of Technology
Autori: C. S., Gunasekara;
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: The regional role of universities in technology transfer and economic development
Tipologia documento: Documento di lavoro
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2004
Abstract: This paper explores the state of the literature on the role that universities perform in the development of regional innovation systems with a predominant focus on institutional analysis of university-industry technology transfer. It is considered the role performed by universities in different regional settings by showing current approaches which have tended to concentrate on transactional and institutional analysis.
Parole chiave: universities, regional innovation, regional development, engagement, social cohesion
Riferimenti bibliografici: Gunasekara, Chris S. (2004) 'The regional role of universities in technology transfer and economic development', St. Andrews, British Academy of Management Conference [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://eprints.qut.edu.au/1008/
Allegato Open: 2004_Paper_CGunaskekara.pdf
Segmenting Publics NCCPE - National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement C., Barnett; N., Mahony;
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 09:49:10
Ente: NCCPE - National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement
Autori: C., Barnett; N., Mahony;
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Segmenting Publics
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2011
Abstract: This reports seeks to identify existing academic and professional literature on the use of segmentation methods in public engagement activities, but it also analyses emerging trends in academic and non-academic discussions on segmentation and public engagement, with the help of three organisational imperatives: accountability, efficiency, legitimacy. The document also aims at generating better understandings of informal learning processes, as much as showing methods that are instrumental to finding out about publics and making publics. Basically, this research synthesis provides an overview of the principles and imperatives behind the increasing use of market segmentation tools for public engagement purposes.
Parole chiave: segmentation, public engagement, responsibility, accountability, legitimacy
Riferimenti bibliografici: Barnett, Clive, Mahony, Nick (2011) Segmenting Publics, Bristol, National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/about-engagement/who-are-public
Allegato Open: 2011_NCCPE_Segmenting Publics.pdf
Developing a Public Engagement Strategy. Better Knowledge Better Society ADRN - Administrative Data Research Network C., Porteous; E., Mackey; M., Elliot; (eds.)
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 09:54:36
Ente: ADRN - Administrative Data Research Network
Autori: C., Porteous; E., Mackey; M., Elliot; (eds.)
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Developing a Public Engagement Strategy. Better Knowledge Better Society
Tipologia documento: Linee guida
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2018
Abstract: This guide is designed to help the researcher build a strategy and plan for public engagement in the research that is appropriate and meaningful. The focus is on PE - by exploring what is meant by the term public engagement and why it is important in the research process - for research that securely uses administrative data, although the principles may be applicable to other research areas and PE is considered just as important for research using administrative data as it is for research where based on questionnaires, focus groups or observation. The guide is split into two key parts: the first one explores some main questions, in order to create a public engagement strategy, the second one shows the practical issues needed in order to plan the type of public engagement activity to undertake.
Parole chiave: two-way engagement, policy impact, community benefit, dissemination, responsible research and innovation
Riferimenti bibliografici: Porteous, Carol, Mackey, Elaine, Elliot, Mark (eds.), (2018) Developing a Public Engagement Strategy. Better Knowledge Better Society, Swindon, Administrative Data Research Network.
Open Access: NO
Collegamento: https://www.adruk.org/
The Engaged Campus. Majors, Minors, and Certificates as the New Community Engagement Merrimack College D. W., Butin; S., Seider; (eds)
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 09:50:31
Ente: Merrimack College
Autori: D. W., Butin; S., Seider; (eds)
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: The Engaged Campus. Majors, Minors, and Certificates as the New Community Engagement
Tipologia documento: Volume
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2012
Abstract: This volume examines the limits and possibilities of the theory and practice of community engagement in higher education. It is basically grounded in the desire to analyse how to support efforts in higher education such that community engagement - an interrelated set of practices and philosophies including service-learning, civic engagement, experiential education, public scholarship, participatory action research, and community-based research - can be meaningful, sustainable, and impactful.
Parole chiave: civic engagement, community-based research, engaged education, service-learning, impact
Riferimenti bibliografici: Butin, Dan W., Seider, Scott (eds), (2012) The Engaged Campus. Majors, Minors, and Certificates as the New Community Engagement. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Open Access: NO
Collegamento: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9780230338814
Embedding public engagement in higher education: Final report of the national action research programme NCCPE - National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement D., Burns; H., Squires;
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 09:47:25
Ente: NCCPE - National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement
Autori: D., Burns; H., Squires;
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Embedding public engagement in higher education: Final report of the national action research programme
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2011
Abstract: This report aims to demonstrate that any university seeking to embed support for public engagement needs to go back to first principles, and to clarify the role public engagement can play in helping it achieve its overarching purposes. In general terms, this document runs a more systematic reflection upon the profound challenge on how to integrate a lasting cultural change in the sector that positioned public engagement as a valued and supported activity for staff and students. More in detail, the report relates to NCCPE UK wide action research programme to support the embedding of public engagement in higher education in Britain.
Parole chiave: public engagement strategy, civic responsibility, action research, communal benefit, knowledge exchange
Riferimenti bibliografici: Burns, Danny, Squires, Heather (2011) Embedding public engagement in higher education: Final report of the national action research programme, Bristol, National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/search?s=Embedding%20public%20engagement%20in%20higher%20education%3A%20Final%20report%20of%20the%20national%20action%20research%20programme
Allegato Open: 2011_NCCPE_Embedding public engagementc2.pdf
Responsible Research and innovation. Europe’s ability to respond to societal challenges Unione Europea Directorate-General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission
Data Inserimento: 2020-07-27 16:27:17
Data Modifica: 2020-07-27 16:27:17
Ente: Unione Europea
Autori: Directorate-General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Definizioni e riflessioni sul PE
Titolo: Responsible Research and innovation. Europe’s ability to respond to societal challenges
Tipologia documento: Contributo in volume
Lingua: Inglese
Abstract: This document arises from «Science in Society (SiS)» action plan launched in 2007 to set out a common strategy to make a better connection between science and European citizens, then to foster public engagement and a sustained two-way dialogue between science and civil society. Since 2010 the focus of SiS has been to develop a framework for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). The framework consists of 6 keys: engagement, to develop solutions to societal problems and opportunities, gender equality, to integrate gender dimensions in research and innovation content, science education, to enhance the education process to better equip future researchers and other societal actors, ethics, to ensure high quality results, open access, to be more transparent and accessible, governance, to prevent harmful or unethical developments in research and innovation.
Parole chiave: engagement, gender equality, open access, ethics, science education
Open Access: NO
Collegamento: https://ec.europa.eu/research/swafs/pdf/pub_rri/KI0214595ENC.pdf
Allegato Open: RRI.pdf
Reviewing public engagement in REF 2014: Reflections for shaping the second REF NCCPE & University of Bristol Duncan, S., Manners, P., Miller, K.
Data Inserimento: 2020-07-27 16:38:39
Data Modifica: 2020-07-27 16:38:39
Ente: NCCPE & University of Bristol
Autori: Duncan, S., Manners, P., Miller, K.
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Definizioni e riflessioni sul PE
Titolo: Reviewing public engagement in REF 2014: Reflections for shaping the second REF
Tipologia documento: Articolo
Lingua: Italiano
Abstract: Un documento informativo e di approfondimento del ruolo del PE in rapporto ai dati REF 2014 e allo studio analitico di 6000 casi studio, con l'obiettivo di fornire nuovi strumenti di elaborazione dati in vista del prossimo REF 2021; scopo generale è trasmettere un'indagine di contesto, finalizzata al potenziamento delle pratiche e delle modalità di relazione pervasiva tra pubblico e ricerca; peculiare attenzione è rivolta all'impatto in chiave comparativa e di definizione rapportata alle tipologie di pubblico in aperta riflessione su policy, standard e prassi di trasferimento e condivisione del sapere scientifico.
Parole chiave: impact; engagement; public; civil society; capacity building; policy; business
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/sites/default/files/publication/reviewing_pe_in_ref_2014_final.pdf
Allegato Open: reviewing_pe_in_ref_2014_final_1.pdf
Many Experts, Many Audiences:Public Engagement with Science and Informal Science Education Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE) E. McCallie; et al.
Data Inserimento: 16/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-08 14:23:06
Ente: Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE)
Autori: E. McCallie; et al.
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Definizioni e riflessioni sul PE
Titolo: Many Experts, Many Audiences:Public Engagement with Science and Informal Science Education
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2009
Abstract: This white paper is the product of the CAISE Public Engagement with Science Inquiry Group. It describes how public engagement with science (PES) in the context of informal science education can provide opportunities for public awareness of and participation in science and technology. The term engagement is characterized by mutual learning by publics and scientists rather than a one-way transmission of knowledge from experts to publics.
Parole chiave: public awareness, public engagement, participation;consapevolezza pubblica, public engagement, partecipazione;
Riferimenti bibliografici: McCallie, Ellen, et al. (2009), Many Experts, Many Audiences: Public Engagement with Science and Informal Science Education, (Report)
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.informalscience.org/many-experts-many-audiences-public-engagement-science
Allegato Open: 2009_Report_EMcCallieEtAl_Many Experts Many Audiences.pdf
Scientific society support for scientists working to build institutional capacity for public engagement:Examples from the AAAS Leshner Leadership Institute American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) E. T., Cloyd
Data Inserimento: 12/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-10 09:48:36
Ente: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Autori: E. T., Cloyd
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Impatto-Processi e Valutazione
Titolo: Scientific society support for scientists working to build institutional capacity for public engagement:Examples from the AAAS Leshner Leadership Institute
Tipologia documento: Altri materiali
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2018
Abstract: This poster describes the overall activity of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Center and points out purpose, processes and people involved in building institutional capacity for public engagement and institutional change with reference to examples from the AAAS Leshner Leadership Institute for Public Engagement with Science - one of the premier programs of the AAAS Center.
Parole chiave: Public engagement; institutional change; (self)assessment
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.aaas.org/
Allegato Open: 2018_AAAS Scientific society support for scientists.pdf
Un'analisi degli indicatori di impatto sociale Università di Brescia E., Chiaf
Data Inserimento: 12/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-11 13:24:10
Ente: Università di Brescia
Altri enti partner: Unione Europea
Autori: E., Chiaf
Contesto geografico: Italiano
Tema: Impatto-Processi e Valutazione
Titolo: Un'analisi degli indicatori di impatto sociale
Tipologia documento: Articolo
Lingua: Italiano
Anno pubblicazione: 2018
Abstract: La ricerca intende fornire una pratica guida operativa in tema di strumenti e metodi di misurazione dell’impatto, con particolare riferimento alle imprese sociali; si avvale di una rassegna teorica introduttiva sul tema della definizione d’impatto sociale e sui processi di misurazione, seguiti dall'approfondimento dei principali metodi di misurazione dell’impatto.
Parole chiave: Impatto; impresa sociale; sostenibilità; risorse
Riferimenti bibliografici: E., Chiaf (2018) 'Un'analisi degli indicatori di impatto sociale', Act Social
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://centrostudisocialis.it/attivita/valutazione-e-misurazione-dimpatto/
Allegato Open: 2018_Social impact indicators identification.pdf
Connecting the European Higher Education Agenda with Open Science and Responsible Research and Innovation EnRRICH - Living Knowledge Network E., McKenna; A., Vargiu; (eds.)
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:02:21
Ente: EnRRICH - Living Knowledge Network
Autori: E., McKenna; A., Vargiu; (eds.)
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Connecting the European Higher Education Agenda with Open Science and Responsible Research and Innovation
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2018
Abstract: This document is aimed at those working in higher education policy internationally, though it may also be of use to national and institutional level policymakers. The report summarizes the findings of the project ‘Enhancing Responsible Research and Innovation through Curricula in Higher Education (EnRRICH)’ in the context of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. More in detail, the brief is structured around the four main policy priorities: tackling future skills mismatches and promoting excellence in skills development, building inclusive and connected higher education systems, ensuring higher education institutions contribute to innovation, supporting effective and efficient higher education systems.
Parole chiave: open science, responsible research and innovation, higher education, policy makers, civil society
Riferimenti bibliografici: McKenna, Emma, Vargiu, Andrea (eds.), (2018) Connecting the European Higher Education Agenda with Open Science and Responsible Research and Innovation, Bonn, EnRRICH-Living Knowledge Network [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.livingknowledge.org/projects/enrrich/
Allegato Open: 2018_EnRRICH_Policy_brief_3_final_policy_recommendations.pdf
Engaged Research. Society and Higher Education. Adressing Grand Societal Challenges Together Campus Engage Engaged Research Working Group
Data Inserimento: 09/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-10 08:19:33
Ente: Campus Engage
Altri enti partner: Irish Universities Association (IUA) & Irish Research Council
Autori: Engaged Research Working Group
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Impatto-Processi e Valutazione
Titolo: Engaged Research. Society and Higher Education. Adressing Grand Societal Challenges Together
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2017
Abstract: This report seeks to showcase the range and the depth of engaged research practices in Ireland and sets out recommendations to collaboratively advance these practices for maximum societal impact. The core aims of this report are as follows: to develop an agreed national understanding of what engaged research is, the method by which it might be implemented, and how it is designed, delivered and assessed to meet the needs and desires of all collaborating partners; to develop greater awareness of the strategic opportunities and enablers for engaged research, and enhance the profile and recognition of engaged research in Ireland, both nationally and internationally.
Parole chiave: Engaged research; societal impact of research; engaged research practices; impact assessment
Riferimenti bibliografici: Campus Engage (2017) Engaged Research. Society and Higher Education. Adressing Grand Societal Challenges Together, Dublin, Campus Engage.
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: http://www.campusengage.ie/what-we-do/publications/?cat=community-based-research&cat-type=
Allegato Open: 2017_CAMPUS ENGAGED_Engaged Research.pdf