Resources for Science Shops
- Guide on how to establish and run a Science Shop
- Case studies of Science Shops and best practices
- Tools to support responsible research and innovation (RRI) and stakeholder engagement
- What’s a Science Shop? FAQ
- Online training modules (6 topics: Basics of Science Shops; Operational models; CBPR (community-based participatory research) management; Stakeholder involvement; Communication and public awareness; Project evaluation and impact assessment)
- Scenarios collection (Options for Science Shops relating to Organisational model; Funding; Infrastructure; Coordination staff; Implementation staff; Project types; and Thematic scope)
- CBPR Practitioner’s Roadmap and Methodology toolkit
- Science Shop Tips & Tricks
- Strategy for Participatory Research
- Literature review on community-based participatory research
- Getting the most out of twinning and mentoring - top tips
- Stakeholder survey findings on awareness, experience and opinion about community-based participatory research in 34 countries
- SciShops Collaboration - a virtual meeting space for all stakeholders who are working in Community-Based Participatory Research, including discussions on CBPR-related Jobs, Partnerships, Funding, Staff Exchange, Twinning and Mentoring opportunities.
The SciShops project held two Summer Schools and a Symposium as well as dozens of local participatory events. It also ran the SciShops Pitch Challenge, in which contestants from across the world were invited to present a short video (maximum of 3 minutes) about a societal research project run together with partners in their local community. A factsheet providing an overview of the project’s activities is also available.
A factsheet providing an overview of the project’s activities is also available to download.