From the InSPIRES project have established a collaboration with the Living Knowledge Network to facilitate the first webinar in a series based on curriculum-based engagement with communities, scheduled for the 1st April 4-5 CEST (1 hour duration).
The webinar will explore the practicalities of setting up and running community engaged research projects within the higher education curriculum, through two case studies, both in the area of spatial planning, and both with a health theme. These will be of interest to Higher Education Staff, Students and Civil Society Organizations interested in curriculum-based engaged research, and of particular interest to those working in Science Shops, those interested in implementing engaged research projects.
The two case studies will be presented by David O’Connor, TU Dublin and Neil Galway and Helen McGuinness (lecturer and student respectively), Queen’s University Belfast, followed by a Q&A. The webinar will be facilitated by Catherine Bates, TU Dublin, and Emma McKenna, Queen’s University Belfast.
Please register for the webinar here.