Innovative INOS: Bringing Open Knowledge and Innovation to Higher Education
Open Science and Citizen Science are growing exponentially. Each one plays a key role in shaping research and society in the European Union, especially in universities. Since 2019, the INOS project (Integrating open and citizen science into active learning approaches in higher education) has developed activities, experiences and tools to encourage HEIs to be part of this growing movement through teaching, learning, training and taking part in open innovation and knowledge activities.
This two-day online event, co-organized by the University of Bordeaux and Aalborg University, will present the results and outputs of the INOS project.
The event will be split into three areas:
- General introduction to the main concepts of open knowledge and open innovation (3rd May AM)
- Workshops on pedagogical tools and best practices developed through the INOS project (3rd May PM)
- Discussion on the social role of universities through talks, a Knowledge Café and a round table. (4th May AM)
See the event page for a detailed programme and more information regarding speakers and sessions.
Please note: the Knowledge Café will be held in hybrid mode in Bordeaux on the 3rd of May at 6pm. Local and online participants will together participate in an interactive discussion on open data use and its social impacts.
Who can attend?
Anyone who is interested in open knowledge and open innovation, especially those who work in university communities; staff and faculty of universities and libraries (including academic and administrative staff) and students.
Register for individual sessions here.