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The University as a common pool resource. A set of resources, moral and cultural values from the Academic Community of Universidad Politécnica Salesiana Universidad Politécnica Salesiana J., Herrán; et al.
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:21:17
Ente: Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
Autori: J., Herrán; et al.
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: The University as a common pool resource. A set of resources, moral and cultural values from the Academic Community of Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
Tipologia documento: Volume
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2019
Abstract: This book seeks to deepen as well as identify the implications and the possibilities of imagining the university as a “common pool resource”. Thus, multiple contributions alternatively examine the broad experience of the Salesian mission in Ecuador, in order to reflect upon themes of community and resources. Then, the volume focuses on the task of education in Andean and Amazonian territories, where knowledge constitutes a common good for autonomy and self-government.
Parole chiave: common good, knowledge society, intercultural education, social transparency, sustainability
Riferimenti bibliografici: Herrán, Javier et al. (2019) The University as a common pool resource. A set of resources, moral and cultural values from the Academic Community of Universidad Politécnica Salesiana. Quito: Universidad Politécnica Salesiana [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331970180_The_University_as_a_Common_Pool_Resource_A_set_of_resources_moral_and_cultural_values_from_the_Academic_Community_of_Universidad_Politecnica_Salesiana
Allegato Open: 2019_UniversidadPolitecnicaSalesiana_The University a common good.pdf
Strumenti di comunicazione digitale e Public Engagement. Il caso delle università europee Università degli Studi di Salerno V., Marino; L., Lo Presti;
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:23:06
Ente: Università degli Studi di Salerno
Autori: V., Marino; L., Lo Presti;
Contesto geografico: Italiano
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Strumenti di comunicazione digitale e Public Engagement. Il caso delle università europee
Tipologia documento: Articolo
Lingua: Italiano
Anno pubblicazione: 2017
Abstract: A partire dall’analisi di un campione di università europee, la ricerca indaga le tipologie di messaggi postati sui social network Twitter e Facebook e le categorie di stakeholders a cui tali messaggi sono diretti. Il contributo esamina, in particolare, l’efficacia nell’accrescere il coinvolgimento di potenziali portatori di interesse (studenti, staff, società civile, imprese, organizzazioni non-profit e reti universitarie). Obiettivo centrale dello studio è arricchire la ricerca sul ruolo dei social media nelle strategie di potenziamento delle attività di Public Engagement, evidenziando come il contenuto e l'individuazione del destinatario siano tra i principali fattori di efficacia.
Parole chiave: public engagement, terza missione, social media, disseminazione, stakeholder
Riferimenti bibliografici: Marino, Vittoria, Lo Presti, Letizia (2017) Strumenti di comunicazione digitale e Public Engagement. Il caso delle università europee Sinergie - italian journal of management, 35(103), pp. 153-173 [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/300001662_Strumenti_di_comunicazione_digitale_e_public_engagement_Il_caso_delle_universita_europee
Allegato Open: 2017_Sinergie_Marino-LoPresti.pdf
Engagement as a Core Value for the University: A Consultation Document The Association of Commonwealth Universities - Vancouver Island University
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:24:27
Ente: The Association of Commonwealth Universities - Vancouver Island University
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Engagement as a Core Value for the University: A Consultation Document
Tipologia documento: Documento strategico
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2001
Abstract: This paper aims at representing the mission of a university conscious of its role and roots in the community needs. In the first part, it shows four areas where to seek engagement: with stakeholders, with the working world, with a range of partners in research activities, with communities and regions. In the second part, the document provides a list of questions that institutional leaders might ask in order to gauge the institution’s level and location of engagement. More in general, it reflects upon how Commonwealth universities expect to engage with government, industry, commerce, health and education leaders, administrators, planners and student representatives about policy, science and technology to become engines of development for people, institutions and for democracy in general. Among the main goals claimed, the document sheds light on the concept of engagement - national, global, active - as a core value to share knowledge, but also to help societies tackle the problems and act as a central part in the community service.
Parole chiave: higher education, engagement, democratic society, intellectual capital, community
Riferimenti bibliografici: The Association of Commonwealth Universities. (2001) 'Engagement as a Core Value for the University: A Consultation Document', London [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.acu.ac.uk/
Allegato Open: 2001_Commonwealth Universities_engagementasacorevalueoftheuniversity.pdf
Public Perceptions of Science, Research and Innovation (Special Eurobarometer 419) European Commission - Directorate General Communication DG COMM “Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer” Unit
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:26:17
Ente: European Commission - Directorate General Communication DG COMM “Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer” Unit
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Public Perceptions of Science, Research and Innovation (Special Eurobarometer 419)
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2014
Abstract: This report aims at providing insight on which areas European citizens would like scientific research to focus on and it provides information on the respondents’ own level of scientific education. More specifically, this document focuses upon the impact of people's actions and behaviour on the various issues under discussion (i.e. scientific background, job creation, science and technological innovation, reduction of inequalities, health care...) analysing the proportion of the population expecting a negative impact which is close to the proportion of those expecting a positive impact. It finally shows the relationship between three main areas: science and technological innovation, expected impact of people’s actions and behaviour, expected impact of science and technological innovations.
Parole chiave: science, technology, innovation, impact, education
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (2014) 'Public Perceptions of Science, Research and Innovation', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://data.europa.eu/euodp/it/data/dataset/S2047_81_5_419_ENG
Allegato Open: 2014_EBS_PublicPerceptionsOfScience-RRI.pdf
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 401) European Commission - Directorate General for Communication DG COMM “Research and Speechwriting” Unit
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:27:36
Ente: European Commission - Directorate General for Communication DG COMM “Research and Speechwriting” Unit
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 401)
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2013
Abstract: This report addresses European citizens’ general attitudes towards science and technology, innovation, interest and involvement in decisions about science and technology, role of ethics in research, gender issues, open access to research results. The findings have been analysed firstly at EU level and secondly by country, with a special focus on the impact of science and technology on society looking at the efforts to behave responsibly towards society of different groups of people or organisations in their science and technology related activities. This document goes also on investigating the role of the EU in addressing ethical issues of science, citizens' expectations, gender equalities in scientific research and benefits of science education on young people.
Parole chiave: science, technology, engagement, impact, open access
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (2013) 'Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), Science and Technology', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://data.europa.eu/euodp/it/data/dataset/S1096_79_2_401
Allegato Open: 2013_EBS_RRI-Science and Technology.pdf
Europeans, Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 224) European Commission - Directorate General Press and Communication
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:29:14
Ente: European Commission - Directorate General Press and Communication
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Europeans, Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 224)
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2005
Abstract: After the Lisbon European Council (2000), in order to structure and promote the concept of European research and co-operation, making the European Union become by 2010 more competitive and dynamic, this study seeks to assess Europeans’ general attitudes towards: interest, level of information, image and knowledge of science and technology, but also responsibilities of scientists and policymakers and public’s perception of European scientific research. More generally, the findings show that the opinion of Europeans ethics must play a crucial role in scientific research and citizens request a certain harmony between the methods as well as between the goals of scientific research and the moral and ethical principals.
Parole chiave: science, knowledge, technology, policy-makers, responsibility
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (2005) 'Europeans, Science and Technology', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://data.europa.eu/euodp/it/data/dataset/S447_63_1_EBS224
Allegato Open: 2005_EBS_EuropeansScienceAndTechnology.pdf
Europeans, Science and Technology - Public Understanding and Attitudes European Commission - Directorate General XII Science, Research and Development
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:30:31
Ente: European Commission - Directorate General XII Science, Research and Development
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Europeans, Science and Technology - Public Understanding and Attitudes
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 1993
Abstract: This report presents the results of a major community-wide opinion survey carried out in 1992, on behalf of the European Commission, concerning the public understanding of and attitudes towards science and technology. This study is a first presentation of the most significant indicators in the framework of Eurobarometer, in order to explore the status of European Research and levels of awareness of the European research policy, with special focuses on methodologies (questionnaires, socio-demographic variables, technical specifications...) and analyses on the importance of science and technology in general and more practical terms.
Parole chiave: science, technology, public understanding, knowledge, research policy
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (1993) 'Europeans, Science and Technology - Public Understanding and Attitudes', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://op.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/634eb2b8-aaab-4a35-b2be-772d4abb7e01
Allegato Open: 1993_EBS_EuropeansSCIENCE_TECHNOLOGYPublicUnderstanding_Attitudes_.pdf
Public opinion on future innovations, science and technology (Eurobarometer Qualitative Study) European Commission - Directorate General for Communication
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:32:15
Ente: European Commission - Directorate General for Communication
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Public opinion on future innovations, science and technology (Eurobarometer Qualitative Study)
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2015
Abstract: This report aims at getting a better understanding of Europeans’ opinion about the innovations brought about in society by science and technology. More specifically, it tests some innovations that could be applied 15 years from 2015 in the everyday life of citizens in Europe in four different areas, in order to understand participants’ preferences and reactions in this regard. The four areas include: home and living, health and healthcare, communication and interaction, environment. The first part deals with the general perceptions of scientific and technological innovations and spontaneous projections regarding tomorrow’s society, while the second part is about reactions and discussions on future scenarios. The fieldwork consists of a total of 96 focus groups conducted across 16 Member States.
Parole chiave: science, technology, innovation, environment, health
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (2015) 'Public opinion on future innovations, science and technology', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://ec.europa.eu/futurium/en/content/public-opinion-future-innovations-science-and-technology
Allegato Open: 2015_EBS_PublicOpinionOnFutureInnovations -Science_Technology.pdf
Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 340) European Commission - Directorate General for Communication “Research and Speechwriting" Unit
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:33:46
Ente: European Commission - Directorate General for Communication “Research and Speechwriting" Unit
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 340)
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2010
Abstract: This survey has been conceived after the Lisbon Strategy being revised in 2010, in order to investigate European citizens’ general attitudes towards science and technology, to see if this perception has changed significantly from 2005 and if it mirrors the effects of the Lisbon Strategy. More specifically, this report focuses on some points: European citizens’ interest and level of information, image and knowledge of science and technology, attitudes towards science and technology, responsibilities of scientists and policymakers, scientific studies and the role of women and young people, effectiveness of European scientific research. A variety of socio-demographic variables - such as respondents’ gender, age, education and occupation - have been used to provide additional analysis.
Parole chiave: science, technology, policy-makers, education, public involvement
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (2010) 'Science and Technology', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://data.europa.eu/euodp/it/data/dataset/S806_73_1_EBS340
Allegato Open: 2010_EBS_ScienceAndTechnology.pdf
Social values, Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 225) European Commission - Directorate General Press and Communication
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:35:08
Ente: European Commission - Directorate General Press and Communication
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Social values, Science and Technology (Special Eurobarometer 225)
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2005
Abstract: This analysis seeks to assess Europeans’ views on social values and ethics, citizens’ perceptions of actors involved in science and technology and the decision-making procedure. More specifically, it looks at the European Union as a whole, but with individual countries, socio-demographic and other variables that are systematically cross-tabulated with the results for each question including: religious/spiritual beliefs, attitudes towards politics and current affairs, level of information, views on the environment, protection of animal rights, gender equality, use of genetics, impact of new technologies...). The findings show a recognition of what science and technology have done for society until now.
Parole chiave: social value, ethics, science, impact, technology
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (2005) 'Social values, Science and Technology', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://data.europa.eu/euodp/it/data/dataset/S448_63_1_EBS225
Allegato Open: 2005_EBS_Social valuesScienceAndTechnology.pdf
Europeans, science and technology (Eurobarometer 55.2) European Commission - Directorate-General for Press and Communication, Public Opinion Sector
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:36:37
Ente: European Commission - Directorate-General for Press and Communication, Public Opinion Sector
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Europeans, science and technology (Eurobarometer 55.2)
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2001
Abstract: This report has been carried out in the fifteen Member States between 10 May and 15 June 2001 as Eurobarometer 55.2 and it looks at Europeans' experience and perception of science and technology covering several issues such as information, interest, knowledge, values, science, technology, responsibilities and accountability of scientists, levels of confidence, genetics, european scientific research. The findings show that the European public perceives the consequences of scientific and technical development in a highly diverse way with scientific activities being credited for combating diseases, improving daily life and being of general interest.
Parole chiave: scientific research, science, technology, knowledge, accountability
Riferimenti bibliografici: European Commission. (2001) 'Europeans, science and technology ', Brussels [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://ec.europa.eu/info/index_en
Allegato Open: 2001_EBS_EuropeansScienceAndTechnology.pdf
Les Europeens, la Science et la Technologie Commission des Commonautés européennes - Direction Générale pour la Science, la Recherche et le Développement
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:37:39
Ente: Commission des Commonautés européennes - Direction Générale pour la Science, la Recherche et le Développement
Contesto geografico: EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Les Europeens, la Science et la Technologie
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Francese
Anno pubblicazione: 1990
Abstract: This study is focused on two main fields: on the one hand, it explores the relationship between European citizens and science, on the other hand, it investigates the perceptions about European scientific research and the public recognition of the so called 'scientific method'. Different variables have been considered from socio-demographic features to more distinctive social roles that are connected with shifting levels of interest on science. The findings show multiple degrees of scientific knowledge, fluctuating opinions and attitudes towards science and technology, as well as towards scientific methods and their quality or application contexts.
Parole chiave: science, technologie, étude scientifique, méthode expérimentale, public connaissaince
Riferimenti bibliografici: Commission des Commonautés européennes. (1990) 'Les Europeens, la Science et la Technologie', Bruxelles [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: NO
Collegamento: https://ec.europa.eu/info/index_fr
Public Engagement Framework The Praxis Group for the City of Fort Saskatchewan
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:39:17
Ente: The Praxis Group for the City of Fort Saskatchewan
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Public Engagement Framework
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2012
Abstract: This report is intended to provide an ovierview of Public Engagement efforts, strategies and processes in the city of Fort Saskatchewan. In the first section, it defines Public Engagement by describing the levels of engagement and their relationship to decision-making. The last section is meant to develop and implement engagement processes for a variety of urban situations. This framework aims at generating new discussions about Public Engagement, with a common basis for understanding and approaching it, including clarification of needs and goals, as well as more desired outcomes.
Parole chiave: public engagement, democratic process, community, inclusiveness, commitment
Riferimenti bibliografici: The Praxis Group for the City of Fort Saskatchewan. (2012) 'Public Engagement Framework', Fort Saskatchewan [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.fortsask.ca/en/your-city-hall/public-engagement.aspx
Allegato Open: 2012_City of Fort Saskatchewan_Public Engagement_framework.pdf
SFU Community Engagement Strategy: Draft for Discussion Simon Fraser University K., Magnusson;
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:40:09
Ente: Simon Fraser University
Autori: K., Magnusson;
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: SFU Community Engagement Strategy: Draft for Discussion
Tipologia documento: Documento strategico
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2013
Abstract: This three-year strategy is intended to show SFU in its evolution to become “Canada’s most community-engaged research university” and to maximize its contribution to the local, provincial, national and global economy and society. The same vision as an “engaged university” is considered the precondition for the first institutional community engagement strategy whose goals and objectives are meant as specific as an integral part of the academic mission, creating opportunities for practical and experiential learning, informing and inspiring research, but also contributing to its relevance and success. This strategy is finally intended to facilitate community access to knowledge and resources, by connecting, embedding and communicating SFU’s engagement efforts.
Parole chiave: engagement, outreach, lifelong learning, community-engaged research, integration
Riferimenti bibliografici: Magnusson, Karl (2013) SFU Community Engagement Strategy: Draft for Discussion, Burnaby, Simon Fraser University [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.sfu.ca/vpexternal/vice-president-external-relations/strategy.html
Allegato Open: 2013_SFU_Community Engagement Strategy.pdf
Three Orientations of Local Government to Public Engagement: Passive – Active – Sustaining Institute for Local Government
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:41:43
Ente: Institute for Local Government
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Three Orientations of Local Government to Public Engagement: Passive – Active – Sustaining
Tipologia documento: Linee guida
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2016
Abstract: This tip sheet is intended to clarify and promote “sustaining” commitment to public engagement, to help local officials and civic leaders throughout California to be more aware of efforts to involve the public and also suggest approaches that embed public participation into local decision-making. Considering public engagement from “passive” to “active” to “sustaining” aims at helping a community consider where its own perspectives and practices on these matters presently fall, and to assess whether more needs to be done. More generally, the report shows how a community with a “sustaining orientation” to public engagement may build on the practices of an “active orientation,” adding those additional practices and capacities that help support and maintain the effective and strategic use of public engagement over time as appropriate.
Parole chiave: public engagement, decision-making, democratic governance, capacity building, community
Riferimenti bibliografici: Institute for Local Government. (2016) 'Three Orientations of Local Government to Public Engagement: Passive – Active – Sustaining', Sacramento [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.ca-ilg.org/document/three-orientations-local-government-public-engagement-passive-active-sustaining
Allegato Open: 2016_Orientations_Institute for local government_California.pdf
How to develop a public engagement strategy. Examples of how universities are developing strategies for public engagement NCCPE - National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:42:37
Ente: NCCPE - National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: How to develop a public engagement strategy. Examples of how universities are developing strategies for public engagement
Tipologia documento: Report
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2017
Abstract: This brief presents some examples of current university public engagement strategies to provide with some models to build on. Each of these strategies goes to define what is meant by public engagement, and what is in and out of scope. In each case, there are distinctive differences in how they express what public engagement means in their institution, in order to deliver value to core areas of university activity, to cross references to key goals and objectives for the institution and to gain secure long term support. The same examples have been selected to show how the process of involving people for across the university and beyond can deliver a lot of ‘buy in’ to the result, and ensure that the strategy draws on a variety of perspectives and expertise.
Parole chiave: public engagement, strategy, benefit, impact, outreach
Riferimenti bibliografici: National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement. (2017) 'How to develop a public engagement strategy. Examples of how universities are developing strategies for public engagement', Bristol [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/support-engagement/engagement-professionals/develop-strategy
Allegato Open: 2017_NCCPE_Developing_a_public_engagement_strategy.pdf
UCL Public Engagement Strategy UCL - University College London
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:43:51
Ente: UCL - University College London
Contesto geografico: Extra EU - UK
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: UCL Public Engagement Strategy
Tipologia documento: Documento strategico
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2017
Abstract: This strategic report presents Public Engagement as a core mission and a key pathway to enhance the UCL’s impact in society, in order to inform and influence public discourse. Basically, with regard to the academic vision, it describes some approaches enacted by the university from creating and sharing knowledge to collaborative models of engagement to involve diverse public groups. Then, the report concentrates upon four strategic aims: to become a global leader in listening to communities and engaging with public groups, to champion a culture of public engagement across UCL, to enable the UCL community to be effective in public engagement activities, to create a London-wide impact and being a good neighbour.
Parole chiave: public engagement, vision, community, impact, capacity building
Riferimenti bibliografici: University College London. (2017) 'UCL Public Engagement Strategy', London [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/culture/public-engagement/public-engagement-strategy
Allegato Open: 2017_UCL_public_engagement_strategy_2017.pdf
Effective Public Engagement through Strategic Communication Institute for Local Government
Data Inserimento: 03/07/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-14 10:44:55
Ente: Institute for Local Government
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Vision: strategie e orientamenti
Titolo: Effective Public Engagement through Strategic Communication
Tipologia documento: Linee guida
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2015
Abstract: This tip sheet seeks to demonstrate how strategic communication is an essential tool for effective public engagement. It offers advices on communication strategies before, during and after the agency’s public engagement effort, in order to effectively communicate about a public process or program and understand who the agency seeks to engage. The same report is aimed at facilitating to articulate a message for a policy or project, to create a media plan that integrates both traditional (print, radio and television) and online outlets, to create opportunities for sustaining communication, to maximize strategic communication and Public Engagement, to measure and evaluate the engagement.
Parole chiave: public engagement, communication, stakeholder, audience, policy
Riferimenti bibliografici: Institute for Local Government. (2015) 'Effective Public Engagement through Strategic Communication', Sacramento [Accessed 3 July 2020].
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://www.ca-ilg.org/EffectivePE-Strategic-Communication
Allegato Open: 2015_Institute for local government_Effective_public_engagement_strategic_communication.pdf
The Talloires Network:A Global Coalition of Engaged Universities The Talloires Network R. M., Hollister;J. P., Pollock;M., Gearan;S., Stroud;J., Reid;E., Babcock;
Data Inserimento: 16/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-08 14:17:33
Ente: The Talloires Network
Autori: R. M., Hollister;J. P., Pollock;M., Gearan;S., Stroud;J., Reid;E., Babcock;
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Definizioni e riflessioni sul PE
Titolo: The Talloires Network:A Global Coalition of Engaged Universities
Tipologia documento: Articolo
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2012
Abstract: The article describes and analyzes the origins, work to date, and future of the Talloires Network. Included are reflections on the network’s strategies for advancing civic engagement in higher education globally, with particular attention to both the successes and the limitations of these strategies.
Parole chiave: civic engagement in HE, strategies;impegno civico nelle Università, strategie
Riferimenti bibliografici: Hollister, Robert M.; Pollock, John P.; Gearan, Mark; Stroud, Susan; Reid, Janice; Babcock, Elizabeth, (2012), The Talloires Network: A Global Coalition of Engaged Universities, in Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, Volume 16, Number 4, p. 81
Open Access: SI
Collegamento: https://openjournals.libs.uga.edu/jheoe/article/view/984/983
Allegato Open: 2012_The Talloires Network_A Global Coalition of Engaged Universities.pdf
Engaged scholarship. The Politics of Engagement and Disengagement University of Alberta, Canada L., Shultz; T., Kajner (eds)
Data Inserimento: 16/06/2020
Data Modifica: 2020-09-16 17:18:34
Ente: University of Alberta, Canada
Autori: L., Shultz; T., Kajner (eds)
Contesto geografico: Extra EU
Tema: Definizioni e riflessioni sul PE
Titolo: Engaged scholarship. The Politics of Engagement and Disengagement
Tipologia documento: Volume
Lingua: Inglese
Anno pubblicazione: 2013
Abstract: This book was motivated by a desire to contribute to in-depth, critical discussions about engaged scholarship and education. Recognizing that, although some theorizing is underway, much of the published literature on community-engaged scholarship focuses on practice-based stories and pragmatic concerns relating to encouraging, supporting, rewarding and institutionalizing engagement in a variety of educational settings, we sought to shift the discourse and create space for a more broad discussion.
Parole chiave: engaged scholarship, community engagement, citizenship of knowledge;educazione e impegno sociale, coinvolgimento delle comunità, società della conoscenza;
Riferimenti bibliografici: Shultz, Lynette; Kajner, Tania (Eds.), (2013), Engaged scholarship: The politics of engagement and disengagement, Rotterdam, NL: Sense Publishers.
Open Access: NO
Collegamento: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789462092907