Good practice guide for transdisciplinary research published
Involving stakeholders from administration, NGOs, business and civil society in research is not routine for many researchers. If you want to organise your research in a transdisciplinary way and make use of non-university expertise, you will find helpful recommendations in the newly published brochure.
The brochure is divided into five chapters: requirements, pitfalls, recommendations for scientists, recommendations for universities and collections of material collections and toolboxes. Case studies from several projects at European universities round off the publication.
The brochure brings together the many years of experience of transdisciplinary researchers from six European universities in Kiel, Brest, Cádiz, Gdansk, Malta and Split. It was compiled as part of the reSEArch-EU project, a project of SEA-EU of the European University of the Seas. Experts from Kiel University research focus Kiel Marine Science (KMS) were responsible for the Good Practice Guide "Involving Stakeholders: A Good Practice Guide For Transdisciplinarity", which was published in English. The implementation was carried out by the KMS coordinator for transdisciplinary research, Christian Wagner-Ahlfs, at the Centre for Ocean and Society and the research assistant Charlotte Rahmsdorf.
Download the brochure:
Wagner-Ahlfs, C., Rahmsdorf, C., Morawska-Jancelewicz, J., Pomade, A., Rioja del Rio, C., Vassallo, M. T., & Vuka, I. (2023, Dec). Involving Stakeholders: A Good Practice Guide For Transdisciplinarity. https://researcheu.sea-eu.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/D4.3.pdf