19 June – Join the InSPIRES webinar: Impact Evaluation of Science Shops
Tuesday, 19th of June at 11 am: InSPIRES webinar dedicated to Impact Evaluation of Science Shops with David Rojas, researcher specialized in Health Impact Assessment, Risk Assessment and Burden of Disease at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGobal).
The InSPIRES EU project is delighted to welcome you to join the Webinar on Impact Evaluation of Science Shops on the 19th of June at 11h (CEST time).
Within the framework of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and Open Science and Innovation, Science Shops (SS) are evolving towards a higher collaboration between researchers and different stakeholders through inclusive and participatory methodologies during the different phases of the R&I process (i.e. during the research agenda setting, design and execution of projects, implementation, evaluation and dissemination). However, the impact evaluation methodologies have been not systematically implemented and harmonized between SS yet.
The InSPIRES project is exploring how SS can act as an interface for RRI implementation and is also developing, validating and integrating a new impact evaluation methodology for SS. In this webinar, the researcher reponsible for the impact evaluation of INSPIRES David Rojas, who is specialized in Health Impact Assessment, Risk Assessment and Burden of Disease at Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), will share with us an overview of the impact evaluation methods, the available tools and the future of impact evaluation for SS.”
We invite you to join this Inspires webinar and to participate in an interactive discussion. If you are interested, please send an email to email@example.com and you will receive access to the online platform to join the webinar.
We also invite you to share your local best practices&ideas on Science Shops in a digital ideation challenge with the help of Be-novative software. Register and catch up with all the info on the Transformative Potential of Science Shops page or share your ideas right now!