November 2016

Newsletter 05

The art of inquiry

Problem Based Learning (PBL) for
teaching Responsible Research and Innovation

Based on the conducted RRI stock-taking inventory containing results of RRI projects, state-of-the-art cases and RRI practices as well as RRI learning initiatives, a set of RRI training programs (BA, MA, PhD., summer schools, MOOCs) has been designed. As a next step, formative materials for each of these training programs will be created. They will enhance students’ knowledge and skills to develop viable solutions to specific problems related to R&I, integrating theory and practice.

PBL is a student-centered pedagogical approach that will be used to develope these HEIRRI training programs. Get to know more about this methodology here.

Gathering RRI & RRI learning practices:
the HEIRRI database at the RRI-Tools blog

Discover the 23 exemplary cases related to RRI being taught, learnt and integrated into Higher Education Institutions!
 

Read more here
RRI at Universities and Brexit,
what’s next?

Post-Brexit uncertainty hits UK Higher Education Institutions and some reflexions and initiatives are being put on the table in order to protect universities after the referendum’s result.

Read more here
Reflections after the S.NET conference
in Bergen
RRI, education and public participation. This event was a great opportunity to discuss about new trends in emerging technologies, their policies and fields affected.
Read more here

Events

New research platform on RRI: “Responsible Research and Innovation in Academic Practice”

At the University of Vienna, currently 19 research platforms on a variety of interdisciplinary questions and topics exist. These research platforms are considered tools for fostering interdisciplinary research; consequently, a precondition for founding such a platform is a collaboration of research groups and academics of different disciplines and institutes.

The new research platform “Responsible Research and Innovation in Academic Practice” aims to investigate the conditions for responsibility in particularly the academic research context.

More info here.
HEIRRI meeting in Split:
current status and next steps
for the project

The 6th Consortium meeting of the HEIRRI project took place on the 3rd and 4th of November in Split (Croatia). During the 2 days of the gathering, the different HEIRRI partners discussed about the current status of the project and the next steps to take.

The meeting focused on the 10 training programs that have already been designed: 2 for bachelor degrees, 2 for master degrees, 2 for PhD programmes, 2 for HEI staff, 1 summer school and 1 MOOC.

Stay HEIRRI tuned and read more about this gathering here.

More Events

From the HEIRRI members

Videos on RRI & Education

Don't miss out the interviews recorded during the 1st HEIRRI conference, approaching benefits, pedagogies, students and challenges in Responsible Research and Innovation in Higher Education.
We would like to hear from you. Get in touch with us!

 
HEIRRI project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 666004
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