How to move our community-engaged research online?, on 30 June

Now that many of us have to work from home, we may not be able to carry out our community-engaged research in the way we had originally envisioned. Can we move (parts of) our activities online, and if so, how?

Join our meeting on 30 June from 10.00 – 11.00 to discuss this question and exchange ideas on how to continue doing community-engaged research online. Register here.

During this online meeting, several UM researchers will give a short pitch of their community-engaged research project, and present a question on how to move a certain part of the research project online. Everyone else in the meeting will then engage in a short discussion to try and answer the question. Examples of questions could be:

“I want to do a study on the mental health of the elderly in the Netherlands during COVID-19, and I would like to involve a group of elderly in the research design. How do I get in touch with them online?”

“My study on the right to freedom of expression is almost finished. I wanted to travel back to the community in Algeria that I studied to discuss the results with relevant stakeholders. Now that this is not possible, how can I do this online?”

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