Engaged Research Projects at DCU
This is a partnership between citizens and technology researchers to learn the accessibility of Irish footpaths.
ADAPT utilise Citizen Think-ins to engage public stakeholders in conversation about the use of AI in our lives.
This project solicits children’s feedback to co-design mechanisms to cyberbullying.
Research exploring conditions for educators/families to create supportive play environments in home & community contexts.
This project engages Nordic police-makers and practice and with EU policy on Early Education.
ISAG is a multidisciplinary group advocating for an all-Ireland SARS-CoV-2 strategy.
The Recovery College uses co-production with people with experience of recovery to co-design all aspects of the college.
This project is a smart city education programme to accelerate sustainable and inclusive smart city development.
PROVENANCE develops an intermediary-free solution that gives greater control to users of social media.
SmartYoutHome enables older adults to understand smart home tech, helping them remain autonomous at home.
A social justice game which promotes gender equality and tackles gender-based harassment online