Contribute to the HubIT Good Practices!
Dear correspondent, thank you for your time.
We are asking you to fill the form and describe your initiative – we call it “good practice” – so to allow us to effectively share with other interested organisations and experts all over Europe.
What is a good practice for HubIT?
A good practice is “any initiative and procedure followed to implement it (e.g. projects, studies, policies, use cases, success stories, fact sheet, methodologies, on-field activities), that the experience has shown to work well producing optimal results in the implementation of ICT research and innovation informed by social and human sciences following one or more principles of responsibility”.
It will take from 10 to 15 minutes.
The HubIT team
Author (Name of the person, project, organisation)
Title of the initiative
Introduction of the Initiative (<400 characters)
Description of the Initiative
Free text, including: a)Description of the initiative; b)Description of the objectives; c)Use/Usefulness; d)Description of ICT used/produced; e)Organisations that benefit of the initiative; f) People that benefit of the initiative
Type of Output of Initiative
Events open to civic society
Joint events for ICT+SSH
Training/sharing information about RRI pillars
Training or sharing information about the integration of SSH advice into ICTs
Design of new SSH-inclusive ICTs
Define / outline policies for integration of SSH advice into ICTs
Define guidelines for inclusion of SSH into ICTs
Establishment of a Community of interest
Keywords of the Initiative
Bosnia and Herzegovina
United Kingdom (UK)
Vatican City (Holy See)
Geographic scale of the initiative
Status of the initiative
Users’ target group(s)
EC and H2020 programme
ICT developers / researchers
SSH scientists / researchers
RRI dimensions involved
It has been taken into account the ethical impact. (Ethics)
The requests of civil society have been evaluated. (Public Engagement)
It has been considered the gender and background balance when forming the working teams. (Gender Equality)
The representatives of civil society have been provided with the knowledge and skills to actively participate in the initiative. (Science Education)
The outcomes of the activities have been / are being published for free access. (Open Access)
Structures and procedures assuring the governance of one or more RRI pillars have been established. (Governance)
SSH disciplines involved
Languages and literature
ICT domain involved in the initiative, both for the activities and as for output
Components and systems, Cyber-Physical Systems, Miniaturised Electronic Systems, Thin, Organic Electronics
Advanced Computing, customised computing systems, low power, new computing paradigms
Future Internet, Smart networks, new usage scenarios, 5G, Web entrepreneurship, Cloud, Wireless
Content technologies and information management, big data, open data, languages learning and teaching technologies, creative technologies, gaming and new interactions technologies
Micro- and nano-electronic technologies, Photonics, new materials
Method used to exchange information and knowledge to include the RRI principles into the ICT research and innovation processes
External revision of SSH experts
Adaption of the (digital) content
Train on the best use of the solution
1-way communication (from SSH to ICT)
Participation and engagement of people and organizations in the implementation of the initiative
They all participate into a funded project/initiative
Fee-token / payment for participation
Through sectoral associations
As activity of their work
Number of people participating
Number of organisations participating
Number of events held
Number of women involved
Number of joint discussion themes
Who sustained the cost / effort
Only the owner/responsible
Shared among participants
Shared with target stakeholders
How it is / has been funded this initiative?
Co-funding (mixed private-public)
Number of researchers (ICT+SSH) involved
Name of the contact person
Any additional note
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