Community Engaged Research Seminars
Workshop #1 : Community Engaged Research Methods: Opportunities and Challenges, Wed 1 Jul 2020
Case Study: Participatory Arts Based Inquiry as a Method of Community Engaged Research
Dr Briege Casey, School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health (ppt file)
Case Study: Citizen science and public engagement at ADAPT Centre
Laura Grehan, ADAPT Centre, School of Computing (ppt file)
Community-Based Research Methods - An Introduction (pdf file)
Prof Ronnie Munck
Workshop #2 : Engaged Research in Europe: the Science Shop Experience, Wed 7 Oct 2020
Engaged Research in Europe: the Science Shop Experience slides (pdf) from Henk Mulder:
Workshop #3 : Metrics for Engagement and Impact, Thursday 19 Nov 2020
Workshop slides (pdf file): https://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/2020-11/centre-for-engaged-research_metrics-workshop19thnov2020.pdf
Workshop #4: Engaged Research and COVID-19
From rapid response to creative and ethical collaboration , Thursday 17th Dec 2020
Workshop slides (pdf file) with links to the Rapid Responses books:https://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/inline-files/dcu-from-rapid-response-to-creative-ethical-collaboration-su-ming-khoo_0.pdf
Jamboards we used during the session:
What can YOU do to ensure care for research participants, care for researchers or mutual care
Or share an experience of a lack or loss of care
Research participants’ care or resilience
Researcher care or resilience
Shared care and resilience for researchers and participants
Higher education’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Building a more sustainable and democratic future.
The book describes the various ways in which higher education is facing the COVID-19 pandemic. It is designed to help universities, specifically their staff, students, and partners – including public authorities - contribute to a more sustainable and democratic future.
Higher Education and Civic Engagement: Comparative Perspectives
View Sample Chapter: Civic Engagement in a Cold Climate: A Glocal Perspective
Higher Education and Community-Based Research - Creating a Global Vision
The DCU in the Community Papers series addresses issues of concern to the community where a research perspective can be translated into practical action. It seeks to engage with critical thinking- from wherever it might emerge- and promote empowerment through research. The views expressed here are purely those of the authors.
- The Value of Civic Enagement in Higher Educaton: An Irish Case Study. ISBN: 978-1-873769-35-5
- Community Safety in Ballymun. Shangan, Coultry and Whiteacre Crescent. ISBN: 978-1-873769-36-2
- Student Volunteering in the Community:Results and Prospects. ISBN: 978-1-873769-37-9
- Community Organisations in the Ballymun Whitehall Area. ISBN: 978-1-873769-74-4
- Service Users in the Ballymun Area. ISBN:978-1-873769-75-1
DCU President's Awards for Engagement 2018
DCU Volunteer Guide 2017-2018
At DCU we have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities on and off campus. Whatever your interests, skills or abilities – there is something for you!
DCU President's Awards for Engagement 2017
Capturing the Economic and Social Value of Higher Education: A Pilot Study of Dublin City University
This report presents some of the key results arising from a pilot study of Dublin City University aimed at measuring the social and economic impact of the university.
If you would like to receive a hardcopy of this report please send an email with your address to Natalja.Matease@dcu.ie
DCU President's Awards for Engagement 2016