There are many ways to engage members of the public in research and innovation activities. Many policy makers, researchers or administrators are either carrying out public engagement or considering engaging the public in their work around a scientific or technological issue. While engaging society in research and innovation can bring many benefits, it can also be a daunting prospect for those without previous experience.
This anthology is designed to help those who are interested in engagement, but do not have much direct experience yet. This interactive document provides the perfect entry point into the Engage2020 project. The Anthology contains chapters by leading engagement practitioners in Europe and also provides summaries and links to relevant documents and tools, including Engage2020’s Action Catalogue.
Download the e-Anthology here