Events

PATTERN 1st Mutual Learning Event

27th Feb 2023

The objective of the first Mutual Learning Event was to identify existing practices on Open and Responsible Research and Innovation (Open RRI), complementing the parallel PATTERN mapping activity of current materials, sources, trainings on Open RRI. The workshop was split into three parts:

Invited thematic leaders were asked to prepare an existing example (a case) of a training activity or resource in their field to be discussed with the respective working group and, subsequently, to extract main requirements, pros and cons of the case and important things to consider, while in the final session it was included a “data sprint” with the whole PATTERN Consortium.

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