Document / search engine: Innovative open dialog format trainings and webinars
Framework project: Boosting European citizens’ knowledge and awareness of bioeconomy re-search and innovation
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Website link: https://bloom-bioeconomy.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Deliverable-3.4-Innovative-open-dialog-format-trainings-1.pdf
CORDIS link if relevant: https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/documents/downloadPublic?documentIds=080166e5bfe6d388&appId=PPGMS
The main objective of the BLOOM project is to establish open and informed dialogues, co-created by European citizens, the civil society, bioeconomy innovation networks, local research centres, business and industry stakeholders, and various levels of government.BLOOM will elaborate five hubs (communities of practice) that allow for an iterative process that involves all stakeholders through various cycles of value development, enabling cross-fertilization and idea generation through shared knowledge and experiences. In cocreated workshops outreach activities will be designed, explored, and validated that will be exactly adapted to the regional needs.
To support the adaption and the creation of open innovative dialog formats (which are a key goal of the WP3 “Dialogue and outreach activities – Co-creation and stakeholder involvement”), hub coordinators will be trained towards media practice as well as sound upstream engagement of community and participatory methods during the hub cross-fertilization meetings. Moreover, additional training will be offered each year through a webinar. The training workshops and webinars will provide the hub coordinators with tools to lead hub members through co-creation process, to select appropriate outreach formats and to perform them accordingly.
The training sessions will be targeted internally (to the hub coordinators) While the webinars will fulfil a variety of goals. Including the aims mentioned above, the online seminars will also be: used in co-creation processes; a tool to deliver trainings for hub members; an outreach format; a part of teachers trainings and an element of the Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) for educators on bio-economy and its applications in teaching.
Countries/regions described/represented: Austrian & German Hub - Vienna & Bonn, Dutch Hub - Wageningen, Nordic Hub- Stockholm & Jyväskylä, Polish Hub - Krakow & Warsaw, Spanish Hub - Cordoba