9.3.2 Panel Sessions II

Course subject(s) Module 9 – Synthesis: The Dynamics of Co-creation

Relevance for Learners and Practitioners

In this final panel discussion, we will look at the relevance of the MOOC. In the first place, for you the ‘learners’, but also to different groups of stakeholders. Many of you may be affiliated to a particular stakeholder group and may have attended the MOOC from the perspective of a (future) scientist, a member of an NGO, a government official, or as a company employee. With this in mind, we will reflect on the relevance of the contents of the MOOC for specific groups of practitioners.

In a way, we will change our perspective in this video: Were we continuously emphasized the role of citizens amongst other stakeholders in urban sustainability transitions, we will now look the other way around: from these other stakeholders to citizens and co-creation. What does the plethora of forms of co-creation that passed by imply for scientists, businesses, NGOs, and governments in cities around the world? We will discuss this topic with the same people who were involved in the previous panel: dr. Sigrid Wertheim-Heck, Erik Heijmans, Ilse Voskamp, dr. Bas van Vliet, Walter Fraanje, and prof. Gert Spaargaren.

Relevance for Learners and Practitioners

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