These guidelines and tips are all about steering ICT research and innovation processes towards more responsible outcomes and meeting the values of society. They will help you reap all the benefits that an RRI* approach and collaboration between ICT and Social Sciences and Humanities have to offer.
This is a living document. Based on insights from the HubIT workshops and events the tips have been developed – and then based on the feedback we receive in our future workshops and events we will continuously update them. So please let us know what you think and co-create the tips with us. The 10 tips are part of the HubIT guidelines. The main target audience of these guidelines is ICT developers and researchers.
This is a living document. Based on insights from the HubIT workshops and events. So please let us know what you think and co-create the tips with us.
In this section, you will find methodology on how to set up practical collaborations between ICT-SSH experts with the goal of introducing the social aspects of ICT during the early stage of research and development. It provides practical guidelines for the organizers of various activities. If you want to organise an event, where ICT experts work together with social scientists to develop new ideas for responsible ICT products or services, you might want to have a look at the Designathon methodology that has been a powerful co-creation tool in the HubIT project.
If you want to go further from the ideas development phase that can be done at designathons/ inclusive hackathons and let your teams develop concrete protypes of their idea, then please have a look at the ICT MakerLab methodology. The methodology provides practical tips how ICT-SSH experts can jointly work on a prototype.