Co-Producing Public Engagement and Knowledge Exchange
March 3 @ 2:00 pm - 4:15 pm
3 March 2021
14:00 – 16:15 GMT
About this Event
In this workshop we will define ‘co-production’, look at different approaches to co-producing public engagement and knowledge exchange, and consider how to maximise the potential of your co-produced research outcomes.
KE is the transfer of ideas, research, expertise or skills between higher education and the private, public or third sector or communities. PE describes the ways in which higher education activity can be shared with the public and generate mutual benefit.
Co-production needs a whole-life equal relationship between provider, researcher or professional and user throughout a project lifecycle to create or improve products, services or knowledge. We’ll look at the benefits that come with co-producing KE and PE.
Using graphic glucard™ tools and working individually and in small groups, you will identify opportunities for KE or PE relating to your own research and identify shared outcomes, potential partners and beneficiaries. We’ll look at a range of co-production approaches and possibilities, share experiences/thoughts and resolve common issues.
Sabina will illustrate concepts, share her own experiences and demonstrate tools by sharing live visualisations and respond to your particular questions and objectives.
To register for this event, please request a ticket here.
Please note, different ticket options are available for both NINE DTP students and non-NINE DTP students. A waiting list is available and, if there is a significant amount of interest in this course, we will rerun it at a later date.
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