Info-session on the SISCODE MOOC webinar

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Info-session on the SISCODE MOOC webinar

On Wednesday 31st March, from 10:00 to 11:00 CET, the RRI project SISCODE is organising an info-session on their upcoming MOOC (Massively Open Online Course).

The SISCODE MOOC aims to increase awareness and understanding of the potential of co-creation in the field of RRI, support the acquisition of design methodologies and competencies, and disseminate project outputs. The free course runs for 5 weeks from March to April 2021 on the EU Academy and Polimi Open Knowledge (POK) platform. 

The webinar will look at specific topics which are addressed in the MOOC and their relevance to the real-life experiences of the SISCODE labs.  

SISCODE has developed a diverse set of co-creation tools and methodologies to spread the application of co-creation in policymaking, public engagement and RRI, one of which is the SISCODE Massive Online Open Course (MOOC). The FREE courses run for 5 weeks in which the participants learn the basics of how to collaborate directly with citizens to bridge the gap between society and policy through guidance with experts in the field.

For more information on the info-session please click here.

Click here if you are interested on the info-session and you would like to register.

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