Publications


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)
https://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/community/docs/participatory_arts_based_inquiry_b_casey.pptx

Case Study: Citizen science and public engagement at ADAPT Centre
Laura Grehan, ADAPT Centre, School of Computing (ppt file)
https://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/community/docs/adapt_citizens_thinkins_lauragrehan.pptx

Community-Based Research Methods - An Introduction (pdf file)
Prof Ronnie Munck
https://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/community/pdfs/cbr_methods_an_introduction_prof_munck.pdf

 

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:
https://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/2020-10/henk-mulder-dcu-7-oct-2020_0.pdf

 

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:

Jamboard 1
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
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1eV4EjzOYvUVsR3HuJPOc1gMNngp45KzPBFA_a-14…

Jamboard 2
Research participants’ care or resilience
Researcher care or resilience
Shared care and resilience for researchers and participants
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1eFIPK9nQMoztyQXLLUBVRQjz_67ufD2a_3wRjLue…

DCU Centre for Engaged Research Introduction


Books

Higher education’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Building a more sustainable and democratic future.

The Council of Europe book edited by Sjur Bergan, Tony Gallagher, Ira Harkavy, Ronaldo Munck and Hilligje van’t Land

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.

Download here a PDF of the DCU Office of Civic Engagement contribution entitled "Higher Education, Civic Engagement, the Coronavirus and the ‘New Normal'"

Higher Education and Civic Engagement-Comparative Perspectives

Higher Education and Civic Engagement-Comparative Perspectives

Higher Education and Civic Engagement: Comparative Perspectives

by Lorraine McIlrath (Editor), Ann Lyons (Editor), Ronaldo Munck (Editor)

View Sample Chapter: Civic Engagement in a Cold Climate: A Glocal Perspective

Higher Education and Civic Engagement: Comparative Perspectives is available on Palgrave

The Local Mission of Higher Education- Principles and Practice

The Local Mission of Higher Education: Principles and Practice

The Local Mission of Higher Education: Principles and Practice

edited by:  Sjur Bergan, Ira Harkavy and Ronaldo Munck.

The Local Mission of Higher Education is available on Amazon

Higher Education and Community-Based Research - Creating a Global Vision

Higher Education and Community-Based Research - Creating a Global Vision

Higher Education and Community-Based Research - Creating a Global Vision

by Ronaldo Munck (Editor), Lorraine McIlrath (Editor), Budd Hall (Editor), Rajesh Tandon (Editor)

Higher Education and Community-Based Researh-Creating a Global Vision is available on Palgrave

View Sample Chapter: Emerging Policy and Practices on Community-Based Research - Perspectives from the Island of Ireland


Papers

DCU in the Community Papers

DCU in the Community Papers

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.

  1. The Value of Civic Enagement in Higher Educaton: An Irish Case Study. ISBN: 978-1-873769-35-5
  2. Community Safety in Ballymun. Shangan, Coultry and Whiteacre Crescent. ISBN: 978-1-873769-36-2
  3. Student Volunteering in the Community:Results and Prospects. ISBN: 978-1-873769-37-9
  4. Community Organisations in the Ballymun Whitehall Area. ISBN: 978-1-873769-74-4
  5. Service Users in the Ballymun Area. ISBN:978-1-873769-75-1

Other

DCU Volunteer Strategy 2020/2021

DCU Volunteer Strategy 2020/2021

DCU Volunteer Strategy

DCU Volunteer Strategy

DCU Volunteer Strategy

Download PDF: https://bit.ly/DCU_Volunteer_Strategy

DCU President's Awards for Engagement 2018

DCU President's Awards for Engagement 2018

DCU Volunteer Guide 2017-2018

DCU Volunteer Guide 2017-2018

DCU Volunteer Guide 2017-2018

Download PDF: https://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/community/pdfs/dcu_volunteerguidea5_2.pdf

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

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

DCU President's Awards for Engagement 2016


Reports