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In science, it has become widely accepted that inter-and transdisciplinary research approaches are crucial to address complex and multi-layered problems and issues. Environmental risks, natural hazards and climate change are examples of problems that require a plurality of views to be taken into account.
In co-production processes, different groups of stakeholders (i.e. research, practice) work together on specific topics and during the entire knowledge production process. This can increase the acceptance and usability of the results and at the same time enhance the sustainability of the project after its end. However, there are a number of challenges and pitfalls need to be considered in a co-production process. In this course, both the opportunities as well as the challenges of co-production in science will be addressed.
The course covers the following topics:
In the course we want to work on the topic “Co-production” interactively. Didactic elements are:
No special knowledge is required to be able to follow the course. Prerequisite is an interest in inter- and transdisciplinary research projects.