HEIRRI is present at the new RRI Toolkit from RRI Tools, launched online last 7th of March. The resources developed by HEIRRI will be available at this section of the RRI Toolkit: www.rri-tools.eu/-/heirri_project. These resources will include RRI training programs and formative materials designed for the different HEI educational levels (undergraduate, MD and PhD, summer courses and MOOCs), mainly based on problem based learning methodology and supported by multimedia materials.
Furthermore, within the RRI Forum there is a specific category labelled “HEIRRI”, where everyone can start different threads on the project and join the conversation. We encourage everyone to contribute to the Forum, for which you first have to sign up in the Community of Practice at
www.rri-tools.eu/en/registration. Join the RRI community now!
The RRI Toolkit is now live!
The Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) Toolkit is now online at www.rri-tools.eu. The EC-funded RRI Tools project has gathered and developed online resources – the RRI Toolkit – allowing closer interactions of the actors of research and innovation systems, and addressing topics such as open access, gender equality in science, ethics, science education, governance, or public engagement. The toolkit is designed for all stakeholders of the research system – researchers, policy-makers, business and industry members, educators, and civil society organizations – and for individuals as well as institutions.
What is in the RRI Toolkit?
As of today, the RRI Toolkit contains 356 resources that will help to design and bring projects to life, and to train on Responsible Research and Innovation. These resources include:
● inspiring practices;
● manuals, guidelines, how-to’s, catalogues and online databases of resources;
● background documents including presentations, reports, cross-analyses and pan-European surveys;
● other European projects that developed RRI resources; and,
● a self-reflection tool to assess professional practices.
The RRI Toolkit belongs to the RRI Community
The RRI Toolkit is a dynamic resource open to a growing European Community of Practice. By joining this community, you will be able to participate in discussions and get support from other practitioners. You will also be able to contribute to the further developments of the toolkit by uploading your own tools and resources: www.rri-tools.eu/registration
Get involved! Use the HEIRRI channels to communicate: Twitter account (www.twitter.com/HEIRRI_), Facebook page (www.facebook.com/HEIRRI), or LinkedIn group (www.linkedin.com/groups/8436874)