SISCODE: case studies on co-creation labs
In the SISCODE project we strive to learn more about co-creation and it’s potential to be a leading maxim for policy and in RRI. In doing so, case studies with a strong emphasis on co-creation, design, policy and/or RRI are collected for analysis. These case studies have the opportunity to be included in the final selection of cases that will serve as leading examples of co-creation labs in Europe.
Previously, a joint Lego workshop was conducted during OLLD18 in the framework of iSCAPE and SISCODE projects to learn more about co-creation across Living Labs (see the debrief here). Now, a set of main principles of co-creation have been set for the selection of the case studies. Does your lab follow the “main principles of co-creation” as set by the SISCODE project?
- Does your lab follow a non-linear process that involves multiple stakeholders from different backgrounds?
- Does your co-creation take place in the ideation, implementation and assessment of products, services, policies or systems with the aim of improving their efficiency and effectiveness, and the satisfaction of those who take part in the process?
If so, we invite you to apply to be considered as a case study in the SISCODE project! For more information & to apply as a best practice case in co-creation in Europe, see the dedicated news article here.