In this blog post, André Brasil reflects on the discussions of the Super MoRRI annual event of 2021 around metrics and peer-review in evaluation practices.
In this post published at the LSE Impact Blog, Wouter van de Klippe discusses findings from a case study of CSO organisations and explores their motivations for engaging (or not) with research funding and academic research.
In this blog post, Nhien Nguyen, Felicitas Schmittinger and Tjitske Holtrop talk about how questionnaires often seem simple and straightforward means of monitoring and assessment, while they can actually be a complex strategy to grasp ongoing changes and engage with people.
In this blog post, André Brasil discusses the Super MoRRI annual event of 2021 and brings a first impression of the discussions that took place over four webinars.
How is SUPER MoRRI going beyond Europe to reflect and develop a monitoring framework for RRI? Carolina Llorente approaches the subject in this interesting blog post.
Get to know a bit about the SUPER MoRRI's Country Correspondent Network in this blog post by Massimo Graae Losinno.
In this blog post, Paula Otero-Hermida reflects about frames, contextualisation, and indicator co-creation from a gender and innovation monitoring initiative in Spain.
Richard Woolley discusses, in this blog post, the design process of the Super MoRRI strategic plan for developing an RRI monitoring framework.
In this second blog post from the SUPER MoRRI annual event, Wouter van de Klippe summarizes some of the interesting citizen science discussions which took place in Leiden.
In this blog post, the first produced from the annual event organised in Leiden, Wouter van de Klippe talks about SUPER MoRRI's strategic plan and the institutional perspective from Paul Wouters and Wendy Reijmerink.
Roger Strand discusses RRI narratives with competing visions of the societal role of S&T. What are these narratives, and how does SUPER MoRRI deal with this plurality of desires?
This blog post discusses the transition from MoRRI to the new Super MoRRI project, emphasising monitoring as reflection and learning, not representation and control
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