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BLENDED LEARNING: Praktijkgids Blended Leren (VUB)

PARTNERSHIPS: Partnership Planning Cards (NCCPE)

PARTNERSHIPS: Partnership Purpose Cards (NCCPE)

REFLECTION: MSP Reflection Methods (WUR)

REFLECTION: Reflection Toolkit (University of Edinburgh)

ASSESSMENT: Evaluation Checklists (Living Knowledge)

COMPETENCIES: EnRRICH-tool for educators (Living Knowledge)

PLANNING & DESIGNING: Teacher Training Manual (University of Nebraska Omaha)

PREPARING: Toolkit for Preparing Students (Carolina Centre for Public Service)

LESSON PLANS: Community Engagement Workbook (RRI-toolkit)

ASSESSMENT: Self-Assessment rubric (Brown University)


DIVERSITY: Inclusion Worksheet

ASSESSMENT: Impact Wizard (Sociale Innovatie Fabriek)

ASSESSMENT: (Koppelingen naar een externe site.) EDGE-selfassessment tool (NCCPE)

BLENDED LEARNING: eGUIDE on Online Deliberative Dialogue (Bang the Table)





CIRCLET:  Building on the core activity of supporting the redesign of courses, CIRCLET will produce resources for academic staff in the digital era and will offer academics in each institution an opportunity to participate in (trans)national learning circles and in an online Continuing Professional Development (CPD) module. These resources, once developed and piloted, will be made available to the wider Living Knowledge community with a view to supporting Science Shop practice internationally. CIRCLET builds on a number of other projects, led by the Living Knowledge Network .

ENtRANCE: Van 2018 tot 2020 coördineert VUB-WTNSCHP het Erasmus+ project ENtRANCE: ENgaged ReseArch coNnecting Community with higher Education. Samen met 4 andere Europese hogeronderwijsinstellingen uit Portugal (Instituto Universitário da Maia), Finland (Lahti University of Applied Sciences), Nederland (Wageningen University) en Litouwen (Vilnius College of Technologies and Design) willen ze de sociale verantwoordelijkheid van studenten en docenten verhogen via maatschappelijk gebaseerd onderzoek i.s.m. non-profitorganisaties.stelt een flexibele, multidisciplinaire benadering voor die studenten en docenten betrekt in onderzoeksprojecten met non-profitorganisaties, bijvoorbeeld via Wetenschapswinkels. Zo zal het project een training ontwikkelen voor docenten en zullen er pilootprojecten lopen in elk land die studenten, docenten/onderzoekers en organisaties laat samenwerken in multidisciplinaire teams om zo onderzoeksvragen te beantwoorden van organisaties. Het project begint met een grootschalige behoefteanalyse bij organisaties en een impactstudie van Wetenschapswinkelonderzoek, wat de basis zal vormen voor de rest van het project. ENtRANCE is gecofinancierd door het Erasmus+ programma van de Europese Unie. Meer informatie vind je op

EnRRICH staat voor “Enhancing Responsible Research and Innovation through Curricula in Higher Education”. Van juli 2015 tot maart 2018 heeft het project maatschappijgebaseerd onderzoek verankerd in curricula van het hoger onderwijs, en zo maatschappelijk verantwoord onderzoek en innovatie, kortweg RR, ingeburgerd bij studenten, docenten en onderzoekers aan Europese hogescholen en universiteiten. Het Expertisecentrum Wetenschapscommunicatie Brussel coördineerde dit project met dertien Europese partners (11 hogeronderwijsinstellingen, een vzw en een onderzoeksinstelling) dat gesubsidieerd werd door de Europese Commissie in het Science With And For Society -programma van Horizon2020.
Wetenschapswinkel Brussel: Een mooi voorbeeld van RRI in curricula is de Brusselse Wetenschapswinkel, die onderzoeksvragen van non-profitorganisaties linkt met eindwerken van studenten. Op deze manier leren studenten niet enkel het werkveld en de daarbij horende problemen kennen, maar komen ze ook in aanraking met maatschappelijk verantwoord wetenschappelijk onderzoek. Want de studenten van vandaag zijn de onderzoekers van morgen!


EOSLHE | European Observatory of Service-LEarning in Higher Education

European Observatory of Service-Learning in Higher Education (EOSLHE):  space for cooperation and exchange among Service-Learning practicioners in Europe.



Europe Engage – Developing a Culture of Civic Engagement through Service-Learning within Higher Education in Europe: informatie over en inspirerende praktijkvoorbeelden van Service-Learning samengebracht in een online platform: Je vindt hier ook een Service-Learning MOOC.

UCITYLAB: The University-City Action Lab project aims to strengthen the links between HEIs and the city stakeholders by having students solve city issues through a series of challenge projects in Paris, Barcelona, Porto and Ljubljana. It will do so by facilitating knowledge exchange and flow of resources, enhancing societal relevance of HEI curriculum via civic engagement, helping develop relevant skills among students, empowering universities in increasing their knowledge and practice in establishing urban partnerships, and fostering adoption of city engagement models in European HEIs.


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