Bringing Open Knowledge and Innovation to Higher Education

Event date
May 3-4, 2022
Bordeaux and online
Short description

The event is held on May 3-4 online and includes a general introduction to open and citizen science in HEIs, a knowledge cafe (in hybrid mode) and a discussion on the social and innovative role of HEIs through open and citizen science 



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3rd of May from 9am to 12pm: A general introduction to open and citizen science in HEIs

  • 9am to 10am: welcoming and keynote speaker introduction

  • 10am to 10.20am: TALK "Citizen science within and beyond universities: some inspiring examples" by Web2Learn

  • 10.20am to 12.00am: POSTER SESSION"Get inspired: presentation of open knowledge and open innovation use cases" by INOS partners

3rd of May from 2pm to 5pm- A practical approach on pedagogical tools and best practices developed through the INOS project. 

  • 2pm to 3.30pm: WORKSHOPS " Review and recommendations on the integration of OS in HE curricula » by University of Oulu OR " World café: Fostering open innovation in your HEI" by University of Bordeaux

  • 4pm to 4.45pm: DEMOS "The guide of best practices on open knowledge activities" / Tallinn University OR “Consolidating learning in Open Science : the INOS Learning Design Framework”  by Aalborg University

3rd of May from 6pm to 7.30pm: KNOWLEDGE CAFÉ “Open data in all its form: science, pedagogy and society” by the datactivists and University of Bordeaux Online mode and face-to-face mode in Bordeaux (Amphitheater 3 - Pôle universitaire des sciences de gestion, 31 rue Abadie in Bordeaux)

4th of May from 9am to 12.30am: the social and innovative role of HEIs through Open and Citizen Science 

  • 9am to 9.30am: TALK “Beyond open and citizen science: social innovation and open data: examples from the field” by Aalborg University

  • 9.30 to 10am: TALK “Learning from Citizen Science through several educational institutions” by Tallinn University

  • 10am to 10.20am: TALK “Co-creating a Shared Vision for Citizen Science in Higher Education: Pitfalls and Recommendations by LIBER

  • 10.30am to 12.30pm: CLOSING ROUND TABLE “How to integrate and structure Open and Citizen Science within institutions and European projects” Structuring a common vision of open and citizen science through Europe: sharing experiences and building projects 


Geographical focus
  • General/no specific focus
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary
  • General
Event type
  • Conference in EU/international
  • Webinar

Entry created by Elke Dall on April 26, 2022
Modified on April 26, 2022